Sundays at Scarboro – June 28, 2020

Worship Start Time: 10:30am - Virtual Service
Theme: 4th Sunday after Pentecost

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To access the Virtual Worship Service, on Sunday, click here. Alternatively, you can participate via telephone by calling 587-328-1099 and enter the Meeting ID: 826 9983 3851 when prompted. In order to avoid disruptions to our service and to maintain our standard of care for this community, participants' video and audio will be disabled during the service. In order to get the most familiar Sunday experience, you are encouraged to use the "Speaker View" rather than the "Gallery View" during the service. There will be an opportunity to catch up and see your church family at our regular coffee time. (If you are struggling with the online meetings, this resource may be helpful. You can also reach out to [email protected] if you need additional assistance.)

Decisions about the use of our physical building will continue to be made with the health and safety of our church family, visitors, tenants and wider community as our top priority. Find the latest updates about access to our building here. Worship services will continue to be shared online throughout the summer. We are confident in our ability to provide accessible, meaningful worship while keeping folks safe and engaged.

View our at-home art workshops for Fruits of the Spirit. We will share our creations when we are together again.

Click here to read a thank you letter from the United Church of Canada for our continued support of Mission & Service.

June is Indigenous History Month | June is Pride Month | Black Lives Matter

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Sundays at Scarboro – June 14, 2020

Worship Start Time: 10:30am - Virtual Service
Theme: 2nd Sunday after Pentecost

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To access the Virtual Worship Service, on Sunday, click here. Alternatively, you can participate via telephone by calling 587-328-1099 and enter the Meeting ID: 826 9983 3851 when prompted. In order to avoid disruptions to our service and to maintain our standard of care for this community, participants' video and audio will be disabled during the service. In order to get the most familiar Sunday experience, you are encouraged to use the "Speaker View" rather than the "Gallery View" during the service. There will be an opportunity to catch up and see your church family at our regular coffee time. (If you are struggling with the online meetings, this resource may be helpful. You can also reach out to [email protected] if you need additional assistance.)

Decisions about the use of our physical building will continue to be made with the health and safety of our church family, visitors, tenants and wider community as our top priority. Find the latest updates about access to our building here. Currently we feel that the worship service we are able to provide online is more accessible, familiar and meaningful than the alternatives available at this time.

This year's Fruits of the Spirit celebration contiunes beyond just one weekend! Take a look at our at-home art workshops. We will share our creations in person when we are together again.

June is Pride Month | June is Indigenous History Month | Black Lives Matter

Explore the ways that we are staying connected, listen to a previous week's sermon, or check out the latest ScarboroNews by clicking on the buttons below:

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Update: Floods of June

Friends – So far, Scarboro United Church is high and dry.  We will monitor the power situation.

As it stands, all planned activities are set to go ahead this weekend, including worship on Sunday. We will post here and on the Facebook page if there are changes.

We are continuing to be alert for opportunities to help our neighbours.  We will pass along information on our Facebook page, and if we have a project in which we all can be involved, we’ll post it on our church website.

The enormity of what has happened takes one’s breath away – but let us remember we are not alone.   We continue to pray for all who have been affected by this situation, and look for ways in which we can put our love into action.

From Romans 8: “Who will separate us from the love of Christ? Will hardship, or distress, or persecution, or famine, or nakedness, or peril, or sword?   No, in all these things we are more than conquerors through him who loved us. For I am convinced that neither death, nor life, nor angels, nor rulers, nor things present, nor things to come, nor powers, nor height, nor depth, nor anything else in all creation, will be able to separate us from the love of God in Christ Jesus our Lord.”

Stay safe, all.  God bless.                                                         —Lee