THERE’S A PLACE FOR YOU
Due to the Covid-19 pandemic we have had to amend how we do our worship services. Sunday morning worship will not take place at Symons Valley United Church, but please always remember that there is a place here for you even though we cannot get together physically we are still together in community. Please visit our social media feeds and feel free to contribute and comment on everything you see. You can see what we are up to by going:
Please visit these social media links often, and check for any changes and updates regarding our worship services.
On a Sunday morning, you can expect to find:
- Our worship service broadcast via Livestreaming by clicking:
- An engaging worship service that is usually an hour long – with excellent music, choir anthem, a time of prayer for ourselves and our community and a message offered by one of our two ministers – Vicki or Stephen
Please keep in mind that SVUC is an active congregation with multiple programs like:
- The Good Food Box Program
- The Grocery Card Order Program
- Helping Clients of the Drop-In Centre
- Inn From the Cold
- Sandwich Making
- Children’s Programs
- Junior Youth Programs
- Youth Events
- Adult Programs and Faith Formation
and like you, they are impacted by the new changes and at home isolation. You will find in the coming weeks ways we can connect online, resources for you and your family and much more coming so please stay tuned.
Even though the current situation with Covid-19 is making things difficult, we have systems in place so you can continue to show your financial support for our church community.
All gifts to Symons Valley are graciously accepted and sincerely appreciated. Please click on either of the links below to make an online donation. The one is for regular donations through Tithely and the other is to donate securities through Canada helps. To sign up for our Pre-Authorized Remittance program, please click the first button and select that option from the drop-down menu. Thank you for supporting the work and ministry of Symons Valley United.