In-person activities cancelled at Edith Rankin Memorial United Church

In-person worship services and gatherings will be cancelled for the next few weeks in deference to the health of our members and visitors, and in respect for the governments at all levels attempting to get ahead of the Coronavirus.  We will re-assess at the end of March and post an update. “Virtual Worship Services” will be offered on Sunday mornings at 10 am, including small breakout groups for check in and conversation. A recording of parts of the service will be posted here each week. 

View Virtual Service from Mar 15 – click here

View Virtual Service from Mar 22 – click here
View Virtual Service from Mar 29 – click here

All are welcome to participate in a virtual worship service. You will require a computer or tablet with a microphone and camera, and the RingCentral Meetings application. See this news bulletin for more information about how to participate:


Please take all precautions for yourself and those close to you.  Be kind, be generous, and pray for one another.

Edith Rankin Memorial United Church is a congregation located in the west end of the city of Kingston, Ontario. We are an active, caring, friendly and open United Church. As a congregation, we seek to discover and live out the “Good News” of Christ in our community of faith, our neighbourhood and our world. Here we share our insights, skills and experience as together we journey on the path toward the wholeness to which God is calling us all. Through the wide variety of programs we offer, we seek to nurture and celebrate each other at every stage of our lives, from young children to elderly seniors. If you are seeking a congregational home, we invite you to the Edith Rankin Memorial congregation!

We are searching for new ministry leadership!

After many happy years with Edith Rankin Memorial, our previous Ministers have retired. This brings us to the process of searching for a new Minister. If you are an interested candidate, click the button for more information.



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