KLUC continues to serve the community with our weekly virtual "Kingsway-Lambton Worships at Home" service at 10:00 am (Fresh Start will be back on Sun. Sept. 12). We also continue to offer other online opportunities to connect with each other, such as Bible Study and Teen Drop-in, all via Zoom. Please return to our HOME page for links to the videos to worship at home with Rev. Hugh.
We continue to be “open” as a church, it’s just our building that will be closed a little longer. The staff continue to work and be available by email or phone.
Being a Christian community, we recognize the importance of caring for our members, especially those who may feel very isolated at this time. If you are aware of an individual who needs pastoral care, please contact our ministers through the church office at 416-234-8224.
We continue to pray for the well-being of our members and our neighbours. “No one is ever alone.”
We welcome you as we worship and serve in joy. It is a joy that comes from gratitude - a gratitude that comes from knowing the depth of God's love for each one of us, our neighbours, and our world, in the Good News of Jesus Christ.
We strive to accept each other as we are and welcome the ministry and participation of all persons regardless of age, gender identity, gender expression, health, race, sexual orientation, differing abilities, religious or ethnic background or economic circumstance. We hope that in all that we do, including our worship and community life, God's unconditional love is experienced.
We're so glad you've come here and we hope you are easily able to find everything you're looking for. Perhaps you're trying to find answer to some common questions, you want to find out about our worship services, or learn more about our life and work at the church and in our community. No matter what it is you're looking for, we want you to know that you are welcome here and we look forward to the opportunity of getting to know you.
We acknowledge the land we are meeting on is the gift and trust of our Creator and is the traditional territory of many nations including the Mississaugas of the Credit, the Anishnabeg, the Chippewa, the Haudenosaunee and the Wendat peoples and is now home to many diverse First Nations, Inuit and Métis peoples. We also acknowledge that this land has been the object of the Dish With One Spoon treaty calling on all dwelling here to share, in peace, the resources of lake and land and is covered by Treaty 13 with the Mississaugas of the New Credit.
We will make our written public documentation and other forms of communication accessible to staff and members of the public in a timely manner upon request.
If there's anything you can't find, just ask! We'd love to help you.