Blackstock-Nestleton United Church

Enthusiastic congregation of The United Church Of Canada

BNUC Choir

Singing in church is once again allowed without a mask,

but if you feel more comfortable wearing one, your wishes will be respected.

We have an excellent organist and choir director in Linda Kyte.

Her piano/organ duets are especially enjoyed and listened to with awe

by those who have never known one person to play both instruments at the same time.

Oh, the wonder of technology!

On Dec. 15, 2019 the choir presented the Cantata “Dream a Dream“.

The choir practices after the worship service on Sunday mornings.

They usually sing an anthem each week to highlight the theme of the service

and have presented an annual Cantata at Christmas time.

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Michelle leads a hand drumming group in the church

and each Sunday she is often joined by Shirley as they accompany the hymns.

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Find Us in Blackstock

905-986-4235
Sunday Worship 9:45 am

NOTICES

COVID PROTOCOLS

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.

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FRIDAY, OCT. 28, 2022

7:00 P.M. – PREVIEW

7:30 P.M. – START TIME

CARL PHOENIX – AUCTIONEER

STAFF

MINISTER
Rev. Jennifer Uhryniw

Secretary: Jean Ferguson

Organist – Linda Kyte

Caretakers
– David & Michelle Adams

Bookings – Kelly Gatchell

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ACKNOWLEDGEMENT

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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