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Hello and welcome to Mt. Albert United Church on-line!

 

Because our hospitals are at over-capacity, and because the flu season is upon us, we highly recommend that you wear a mask whenever you are with groups of people, including while here in our Sunday morning services at 10:30!

Acknowledgement of the Land

Weddings & Rentals

We gather on the traditional territories of many Indigenous nations who have called, and continue to call, this area home.  We acknowledge the Huron-Wendat, the Haudenosaunee, and the Anishinabewaki Peoples who cared for, and lived in harmony with, this land long before our ancestors arrived from Europe.  We confess that our ancestors were often neither fair nor ethical in their dealings with the Indigenous Peoples of this land.  We pray that we may better learn to walk a path of reconciliation; we pray that we may better learn to live in harmony with the land in, and around, Mt. Albert (rev. 210921).

We have a beautiful traditional sanctuary and modern kitchen facilities.  Our space works well for weddings, classes, yoga, karate or youth groups.

 

At present, unfortunately, we are not able to rent our space, due to COVID restrictions.  When this changes, please contact the Church office for charges and details.

Words from Warren

January 11, 2023

 

Dear Friends of Mt. Albert United Church,

  Happy New Year!

 

The great British novelist, George Eliot once quipped, “It is never too late to be what you might have been.”  Don’t you just love the joyful wit in this choice of words and the way it holds a deep truth?  Of course, if you’ve much to do with novels from the Victorian era, then you might recall that ‘George Eliot’ is actually the pen-name that Mary Ann Evans used in order to get her work published, and understood, without the stigmas that accompanied a woman’s name in that patriarchal era.

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Indeed, things are sometimes (often?) not what they seem, don’t you find?  So, to this New Year of 2023, for the 24-hour passage from December 31 to January 1 is not just the span of another day.  Oh, no; it is a great opportunity to become what we haven’t been, and it is a great opportunity to strengthen our spiritual connection to a reality that will never let us go!

 

May you have health and great joy this year, and may you find God’s blessings at every turn, Warren

Minister: the Rev. Warren Ball
Email:  warrenpeterball@gmail.com

Office Administrator: Nancy Pickering
Church phone:  905-473-2562

41 Alice St., Mt. Albert, ON L0G 1M0

Email: maunited@rogers.com

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