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"For where two or three gather in my name, there am I with them."

— Matthew 18:20

Our Ministry

Pastoral Care

The minister works with the Pastoral Care Committee in order to enable a network of mutual caring and support.  Committee members have taken a training course in pastoral care and they have provided vulnerable sector reports.  Once every month they meet with the minister to talk about concerns in the congregation.  They endeavour to be good listeners, to be non-judgemental and to keep sensitive

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Fonthill United Church has an excellent choir of about 18 voices to lead congregational singing and to sing anthems for Sunday worship. The choir normally practices on Thursdays at the church.  If you are interested in joining the choir, feel free to come to one of the practices.  You will be welcomed right away!

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Friendship Group

This group normally meets twice a year: Once to attend the annual Port Colborne Operatic Society production ( and once to have a Christmas dinner together.  Everyone who wants to join them is invited to come.

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United Church Women (UCW)

“The purpose of the UCW is to unite the women of the congregation to the total mission of our church and to provide a medium through which we may express our loyalty and devotion to Jesus Christ in Christian witness, study, fellowship and service.”  All the women of the congregation automatically become members of the UCW a

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House Tour

The annual “Homes for the Holidays” Christmas House Tour is a local legend. Professional designers decorate six or seven local homes for the holidays. People go around visiting the homes, admiring the decorations, and then come to the church for the bake sale and to enjoy homemade scones.  The house tour typically draws over 400 people and lots of church volunteers.  By the end of the

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On most Tuesday mornings a small group meets in the church to quilt and then have lunch together.  We often hear their laughter echoing through the church!  An extra pair of hands will always be put to good work.

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