Upcoming Events

Upcoming Events:

Wed. 23 Jan: Epiphany Study Series: 3/8, "The Perils and Possibilities of Being Church" provides the theme for an 8-week Wednesday evening adult bible study beginning Wednesday, January 9 at 7 p.m. in the Upper Room, led by Rev. Dr. Wayne Soble. When it comes to the Apostle Paul, people either love him or hate him but his letters have shaped the church for over 2000 years and they may still contain important clues for how to be church in our time and place. This series will rummage through Paul’s old pile of correspondence looking for insights that might be useful as we undergo a time of transition down by the Bay. It’s too early for hockey playoffs. The baseball season hasn’t started yet. Dancing with the Stars is on Monday nights. So, shucks, don’t sit home alone and bored on Wednesday evenings when you could be hanging out with friends discussing neat stuff. Hey, you never know what you might discover!   WEEK 3: "Who Can You Trust These Days? Leading and following among the saints of God" on Wednesday, January 23, 2019 19:00
in 15:18 hours.
Duration: No duration!

Fri. 1 Feb: PA Day Program for Kids, Kids from JK to grade 8 are invited to attend a program entitled "Love, Love, Love" at the church from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. For the program and the registration form, please click on the Heading. An additional Child Care Program is available from 3-5 pm (pick-up by 5:15 pm). The registration form, signed along with the fee, must be dropped off at the church no later than Fri, 25 January to give Jean and her crew time to prepare.   "Love, Love, Love" Friday, February 1, 2019, 9:00 – 3:00 pm Additional Child Care Program: 3-5 pm (pick-up by 5:15 pm) Lower Hall, Edith Rankin Memorial United Church Please return completed forms and registration fees to Rev Jean Stairs by Friday, Jan 25   on Friday, January 25, 2019 12:00
in 2 days and 08:18 hours.
Duration: No duration!
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Fri. 25 Jan: Next TGIF, from 5 to 7 p.m. The theme is "I'm Me: Made in God's Image!" The menu is individual pizzas, salad and brownies. For young families with a parent or parents, a grandparent or grandparents. on Friday, January 25, 2019 17:00
in 2 days and 13:18 hours.
Duration: No duration!

Sun. 27 Jan: Fellowship Breakfast, Breakfast begins at 8 a.m. for a nominal cost of $3. Please let Craig Pettis know if you intend to attend; we need a rough count for the food preparation. Because our numbers can vary between 30 and 45, this count is important. Dr. Bill James will be our speaker: "Keeping the Faith in Kingston: Religious Diversity in the Limestone City"   on Sunday, January 27, 2019 08:00
in 4 days and 04:18 hours.
Duration: 01:20 hours.

Tue. 29 Jan: Dine out at Boston Pizza (Dalton Ave), PLUS raise money for our twin church in San Salvador. Dine between 5 and 8 pm and 10% of your dining bill will go toward the purchase of new laptops for the school operated by our twin church. Youth going on the trip will be there to assist Boston Pizza servers. Let's pack the place. AND why not pay for your meal with a Fundscrip card from Boston Pizza: order by 20 Jan, receive on 27 Jan, enjoy a "free meal" on 29 Jan!  AND do it all again on 26 Feb! on Tuesday, January 29, 2019 17:00
in 6 days and 13:18 hours.
Duration: 03:00 hours.

Wed. 30 Jan: Epiphany Study Series: 4/8, "The Perils and Possibilities of Being Church" provides the theme for an 8-week Wednesday evening adult bible study beginning Wednesday, January 9 at 7 p.m. in the Upper Room, led by Rev. Dr. Wayne Soble. When it comes to the Apostle Paul, people either love him or hate him but his letters have shaped the church for over 2000 years and they may still contain important clues for how to be church in our time and place. This series will rummage through Paul’s old pile of correspondence looking for insights that might be useful as we undergo a time of transition down by the Bay. It’s too early for hockey playoffs. The baseball season hasn’t started yet. Dancing with the Stars is on Monday nights. So, shucks, don’t sit home alone and bored on Wednesday evenings when you could be hanging out with friends discussing neat stuff. Hey, you never know what you might discover!   WEEK 4: Trouble in River City: Dealing with diversity and difficulties with folks who don't see things our way." on Wednesday, January 30, 2019 19:00
in 7 days and 15:18 hours.
Duration: No duration!

Wed. 6 Feb: Epiphany Study Series: 5/8, "The Perils and Possibilities of Being Church" provides the theme for an 8-week Wednesday evening adult bible study beginning Wednesday, January 9 at 7 p.m. in the Upper Room, led by Rev. Dr. Wayne Soble. When it comes to the Apostle Paul, people either love him or hate him but his letters have shaped the church for over 2000 years and they may still contain important clues for how to be church in our time and place. This series will rummage through Paul’s old pile of correspondence looking for insights that might be useful as we undergo a time of transition down by the Bay. It’s too early for hockey playoffs. The baseball season hasn’t started yet. Dancing with the Stars is on Monday nights. So, shucks, don’t sit home alone and bored on Wednesday evenings when you could be hanging out with friends discussing neat stuff. Hey, you never know what you might discover!   WEEK 5: "Everyday Ethics: Sex, money, power and , oh yeah, all that stuff about eating meat offered to idols". on Wednesday, February 6, 2019 19:00
in 14 days and 15:18 hours.
Duration: No duration!

Sat. 9 Feb: CANTAR - Songs for El Salvador at 7 p.m., Margaret Moncrieff and David Melhorn-Boe will present, in our sanctuary. 7:00 p.m., a musical celebration of Latin America in support of Education and Peace-Building Projects of United Church of Canada Global Partner Iglésia Bautista Emmanuel  A freewill offering will be gratefully received. All proceeds go to peace and education projects in El Salvador. Click on the title for the flyer. on Saturday, February 9, 2019 19:00
in 17 days and 15:18 hours.
Duration: No duration!
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Wed. 13 Feb: Epiphany Study Series: 6/8, "The Perils and Possibilities of Being Church" provides the theme for an 8-week Wednesday evening adult bible study beginning Wednesday, January 9 at 7 p.m. in the Upper Room, led by Rev. Dr. Wayne Soble. When it comes to the Apostle Paul, people either love him or hate him but his letters have shaped the church for over 2000 years and they may still contain important clues for how to be church in our time and place. This series will rummage through Paul’s old pile of correspondence looking for insights that might be useful as we undergo a time of transition down by the Bay. It’s too early for hockey playoffs. The baseball season hasn’t started yet. Dancing with the Stars is on Monday nights. So, shucks, don’t sit home alone and bored on Wednesday evenings when you could be hanging out with friends discussing neat stuff. Hey, you never know what you might discover!   WEEK 6: "Politics and Religion: speaking truth to power while praying for God to keep our land glorious and free". on Wednesday, February 13, 2019 19:00
in 21 days and 15:18 hours.
Duration: No duration!

Wed. 20 Feb: Epiphany Study Series: 7/8, "The Perils and Possibilities of Being Church" provides the theme for an 8-week Wednesday evening adult bible study beginning Wednesday, January 9 at 7 p.m. in the Upper Room, led by Rev. Dr. Wayne Soble. When it comes to the Apostle Paul, people either love him or hate him but his letters have shaped the church for over 2000 years and they may still contain important clues for how to be church in our time and place. This series will rummage through Paul’s old pile of correspondence looking for insights that might be useful as we undergo a time of transition down by the Bay. It’s too early for hockey playoffs. The baseball season hasn’t started yet. Dancing with the Stars is on Monday nights. So, shucks, don’t sit home alone and bored on Wednesday evenings when you could be hanging out with friends discussing neat stuff. Hey, you never know what you might discover!   WEEK 7: "The Foolishness of the Cross: Paul's take on the Good Friday guy". on Wednesday, February 20, 2019 19:00
in 28 days and 15:18 hours.
Duration: No duration!

Sun. 24 Feb: Fellowship Breakfast, Breakfast begins at 8 a.m. for a nominal cost of $3. Please let Craig Pettis know if you intend to attend; we need a rough count for the food preparation. Because our numbers can vary between 30 and 45, this count is really important. Peter Merkley will speak on the topic of "Compassionate Kingston", care for the end of life.   on Sunday, February 24, 2019 08:00
in 32 days and 04:18 hours.
Duration: No duration!

Tue. 26 Feb: Dine out at Boston Pizza (Dalton Ave), PLUS raise money for our twin church in San Salvador. Dine between 5 and 8 pm and 10% of your dining bill will go toward the purchase of new laptops for the school operated by our twin church. Youth going on the trip will be there to assist Boston Pizza servers. Let's pack the place. AND why not pay for your meal with a Fundscrip card from Boston Pizza: order by 16 Feb, receive on 23 Feb, then enjoy a "free meal" on 26 Feb! on Tuesday, February 26, 2019 17:00
in 34 days and 13:18 hours.
Duration: 03:00 hours.

Wed. 27 Feb: Epiphany Study Series: 8/8, "The Perils and Possibilities of Being Church" provides the theme for an 8-week Wednesday evening adult bible study beginning Wednesday, January 9 at 7 p.m. in the Upper Room, led by Rev. Dr. Wayne Soble. When it comes to the Apostle Paul, people either love him or hate him but his letters have shaped the church for over 2000 years and they may still contain important clues for how to be church in our time and place. This series will rummage through Paul’s old pile of correspondence looking for insights that might be useful as we undergo a time of transition down by the Bay. It’s too early for hockey playoffs. The baseball season hasn’t started yet. Dancing with the Stars is on Monday nights. So, shucks, don’t sit home alone and bored on Wednesday evenings when you could be hanging out with friends discussing neat stuff. Hey, you never know what you might discover!   WEEK 8: "When in Doubt... : Holding on and pressing forward to the rhythm of the Spirit". on Wednesday, February 27, 2019 19:00
in 35 days and 15:18 hours.
Duration: No duration!

Sun. 24 Mar: Fellowship Breakfast, Breakfast begins at 8 a.m. for a nominal cost of $3. Please let Craig Pettis know if you intend to attend; we need a rough count for the food preparation. Because our numbers can vary between 30 and 45, this count is really important. Mara Shaw from Loving Spoonful will speak on Enhancing Access to Healthy Food   on Sunday, March 24, 2019 08:00
in 60 days and 04:18 hours.
Duration: No duration!

Sun. 5 May: Classics Birthday Party, Details will follow but hold the later afternoon for our annual Classics Birthday Party with dinner and entertainment, and one of Craig Pettis' famous group photographs. Our numbers are growing which is good news at the top end and bad news at the bottom end (the new 80's!). on Sunday, May 5, 2019 16:30
in 102 days and 12:48 hours.
Duration: No duration!

Mid-May: ERM Garage Sale, Mark your calendars NOW and start saving your good junk! ERMUC Garage Sale will be held in mid-May. Details are coming. Contact Tom Kerr or phone 613 634 1990 for more details. on Saturday, May 18, 2019 08:00
in 115 days and 04:18 hours.
Duration: No duration!

Wed. 21 Aug: "Come From Away", Elgin Theatre, Toronto, Come with us to see the smash Broadway hit on Wednesday, August 21, 2019 at the Elgin Theatre, Toronto. Cost of $225 includes:ticket to the show

  • 56-passenger deluxe highway coach, with wi-fi
  • Dinner at Mandarin in Pickering
  • Charitable receipt for $75
7:30 am Departure from ERMUC parking lot 8:30 pm return. Contact: Sandra Sinclair or telephone 613 531 9413. This is an Edith Rankin fund-raiser.   on Wednesday, August 21, 2019 07:30
in 210 days and 03:48 hours.
Duration: 13:00 hours.

Mission Statement

 

“We seek to be a welcoming community, anchored in God’s love,
challenged to sail on the winds of the Spirit, sharing the
Good News of Christ with each other and the world.”

 

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