A “Family Breakfast” will be served with all of the usual breakfast items as well as diabetic and gluten-free items. The cost is a free-will donation. Hope to see you there!
Sunday, June 5th will be Rev. Dr. Mark’s last Sunday with us here at Kirk McColl United Church. Several things are planned for the day both during worship and following the service. A pot luck meal will be shared. The Christian Education Committee has prepared a “box of memories” for him. They are asking everyone […]
Come out and join the church family at Kirk McColl United Church for a Deluxe Family Breakfast that will satisfy all your culinary tastes! Diabetic and gluten-free items will be available.
Following worship on March 20th, the Christian Education Committee will be hosting another “Souper Sunday” with the choice of Squash Soup or Hamburger Vegetable with all the fixings! Come out and support this fundraiser in support of youth and family events sponsored by our church community! Hope to see you there!
Are you tired of being hungry during worship? Are you tired of getting breakfast on Sunday morning? Solution – Come out to the Church Family Breakfast! Diabetic and gluten-free items will be available. Hope to see you there!
Come out and enjoy a ‘Church Family Swim” followed by a pot luck meal back at Kirk McColl. There will be board games and general fellowship to follow. Please come and bring a friend!
The congregation of the Kirk McColl United Church will be sharing worship at the Ganong Nature Park. Following worship, there will be lunch and activities for all ages. Come and enjoy! Registration for our upcoming Sunday School year will also be held.
Come out for a family swim and BBQ. Fun for all ages! Hot dogs and hamburgers will be provided and salads and sweets are pot luck. Hope to see you there!
Our guest speaker is Robert Witmer. Robert and his wife, Keiko, have been working in northerm Japan for more than four decades. Robert arrived in Japan in 1969. For five years, he taught English at a church-related college in Sapporo. He then moved to Nayoro, a small rural community in Japan’s far north. In 1973 […]