Hello and welcome to Mt. Albert United Church on-line!
Because our hospitals are still stretched for capacity, and because the flu season is still 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 - they're 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
March 7, 2023
These Lenten days are surely getting longer as Mother Earth goes through her timeless pattern of hemisphere tilting to and from the sun. Thank heavens we’re on the ‘tilting to’ side of that! And, though it’s not yet much warmer – I write this on Tuesday, March 7/23 as we are still recovering from last Friday’s winter storm!), God would nevertheless lengthen our days with meaning as we once again prepare to receive the Easter’s gift of new life.
You know something? New life is much like faith. We can’t see it, but with it we can see all that we need to! It is my prayer that you and yours experience – all over again! – God’s Easter gift this spring. And, as the flower even now prepares to leave its winter bulb-bound hibernation, may God’s love blossom in your hearts and minds, in your relationships, in your sense of belonging at Mt. Albert United Church. And may we all carry that new life to the world with gentle courage!
Peace, light and joy, Warren (a.k.a. Rev. Ball!)