Congregational Life

Nelson United Church is a vibrant congregation with many things on the go.

In this section of our website are links to our activities and information about Nelson United Church.

We offer two academic scholarships

We are an affirming congregation

Youth Programs

the Mustard Seed, our church newsletter

NUC Marriage Policy

To do our work of our church we have dedicated people offering their time and talents when and where they are able.

Some of these people are named below:

 

Youth Minister:   Robin Murray 

New Team Working for You

Nominations Team
Lois Berg, Leah Gray, Joe Woodward, and Nancy Jones as members and David as consultant is an ad hoc team that will meet when the need arises to fill vacancies. you have an interest in serving a term as a Staff Team Representative or as a Presbytery Representative, please talk to one of the nominating team members.

 

2015 Annual Report

For the Week of October 15

Nineteenth Sunday after Pentecost read on

For the Week of October 8

Eighteenth Sunday after Pentecost        Thanksgiving Sunday read on

World Communion Sunday

World Communion Sunday is celebrated on the first Sunday in October. Congregations around the globe will celebrate World Communion Sunday. Most of us have heard about World Communion Sunday but may not know much about where the celebration originated. According to the website of the National Council of Churches, World Communion Sunday began in 1936 read on

For the Week of October 1

Sixteenth Sunday after Pentecost        World Communion Sunday read on

For the Week of September 24

Sixteenth Sunday after Pentecost         Season of Creation: River Sunday read on

For the Week of June 18

Second Sunday after Pentecost              “Welcoming God In” read on

For the Week of June 11

Sunday School and             Graduation Recognition read on

For the Week of June 4

A Celebration of the Spirit:            Pentecost:  A Hunger for Spirit read on

Pentecost

What does the word “Pentecost” mean?      The English word “Pentecost” is a transliteration of the Greek word pentekostos, which means “fifty.” It comes from the ancient Christian expression pentekoste hemera, which means “fiftieth day.”  read on

For the Week of May 28

Seventh Sunday in Easter                          UCW 55th Anniversary read on