Blackstock-Nestleton United Church

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Blackstock-Nestleton United Church

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Welcome to the web site for Blackstock-Nestleton Pastoral Charge! We are a warm and friendly congregation in Blackstock and would like to meet you.

3 comments on “Blackstock-Nestleton United Church

  1. John and Carey Dolan
    October 11, 2020

    Hello we are town. We moved here from Frankford and were members of Frankford United. My wife also.sang in the quire and is tenor and alto and plays Violin and guitar

    • We would love to have you come to Blackstock-Nestleton UC! Our choir is always open to new members, although with Covid, we aren’t presently active. I will email you with some information about our re-opening on the 18th of October.

    • Linda Kyte
      October 13, 2020

      I am the choir director/organist at BUC. Because of Covid-19 we cannot have the choir sing at present. However perhaps I could arrange for a violin or guitar solo? Come and see me the next time you are at church.

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Find Us in Blackstock

Sunday Worship 9:45 am



It will be up to each individual as to whether they mask or not.  Although there will not be a requirement to mask, we would urge anyone who wishes to do so to mask up and for everyone to respect each individual’s decision.  Sanitizer and masks will be available.

Singing without a mask will be allowed.










Rev. Jennifer Uhryniw

Secretary: Jean Ferguson

Organist – Linda Kyte

– David & Michelle Adams

Bookings – Kelly Gatchell




We acknowledge that we are on Williams Treaty Territory and the traditional land of the Mississauga of Scugog Island. We are located in different ways in this history and place; we pay our respect to the First Nations ancestors of this place and remember the history of colonization. We acknowledge that we are all Treaty people.

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