What to Expect on Sunday Morning
Join us for worship on Sunday mornings in the sanctuary, when public health regulations allow us to meet again in-person. In the meantime, worship is being offered by livestream each Sunday at 10:30 hr and recorded for viewing at other times on the SSUC YouTube channel. Bulletins are available here
If you are new to SSUC we invite you to make yourself known to us by sending a note to: firstname.lastname@example.org. Please contact us at this same e-address, if you wish to receive the weekly News from SSUC.
Where can I park and where can I enter the church?
Parking is available along both sides of William and Clergy streets on Sunday. Three spaces are available along the church laneway, off Sydenham Street for anyone with an accessible parking permit with accessible entry to the sanctuary from the laneway entrance.
You may also enter the sanctuary from the front door on Sydenham Street or the main entrance on William Street. The latter has a ramp with barrier-free access to the sanctuary.
Everyone is welcome.
Worship is central to our being an inclusive community of faith. Like many Christian communities we gather to worship on Sunday morning. Everyone is welcome.
Our service begins at 10:30 am in the sanctuary and ends approximately one hour later. When it is safe to be together, worship is followed by a time for informal conversation, with light refreshments, in the lower hall. Read More
What do I wear?
Come as you are! On Sunday mornings you will see worshippers dressed comfortably, mostly in casual attire.
Growing Spirits – The Children’s Program
Children are welcome at Sydenham Street United Church. They are invited to attend the first part of the service and then join an adult lay volunteer for age-appropriate stories drawn from The Bible and other sources, conversation, crafts and other activities in the lower hall.
In the children’s program named Growing Spirits, the focus is to explore the mystery of God, share the teachings of Jesus, and encourage creative expression.
Children may remain in the service with their parents or caregivers.
Connecting After Worship
Coffee and Refreshments
Everyone is invited for light refreshments and informal conversation in the lower hall, when we can meet safely in-person again. A small number of tables, with chairs, are set up in the lower hall.
This is where newcomers and congregational members gather for casual conversation and fellowship. After-worship “coffee hour” is a great time to meet others and learn more about congregational life, upcoming events and strengthen personal relationships.
Personal donations are invited near the end of the service to support the operations and outreach offered by Sydenham Street United Church. They are not required . Sharing with others represents a theological and social commitment. Read More
All are Welcome!
Updated 2021 07 07