Blackstock-Nestleton United Church

Enthusiastic congregation of The United Church Of Canada

Church Life

An important message from
The Official Board of Blackstock-Nestleton United Church

We continue to worship each Sunday
both in person in the Sanctuary and simultaneously on Zoom.
We welcome you to join us in either of these ways of gathering together.
To ensure the safety of all who attend in person the executive of the Official Board, following upon meetings of both the Board of Stewards and the Worship/Session Committee, passed the following motion at a meeting held September 28, 2021, at 7pm:
Effective immediately, all persons entering Blackstock-Nestleton United Church, located at 3483 Church Street, Blackstock, Ontario L0B 1B0, shall show proof of full vaccination status, (except those with a valid medical exemption or those not eligible due to age) and shall agree to follow all the COVID 19 protocols as directed by the Durham Region Health Department.
If you are able to let Michelle and David Adams (905-986-4817) know before Saturday that you might be attending in person, that would be appreciated. BUT please note: you are welcome to arrive on Sunday morning without contacting them and, if there are seats available, you will be very welcome.
Should you wish to join the Zoom worship, please contact Jean Ferguson at
and Jean will send you the link.


“Office Hours”
Please do not hesitate to contact me by:
– calling or texting at 705-957-0495
– emailing at
– We can even video chat on Messenger or Zoom


Tuesdays:     1:30 p.m.           ZOOM BIBLE STUDY
Sundays:     9:45 a.m.   ZOOM WORSHIP SERVICE


Find Us in Blackstock

Sunday Worship 9:45 am



SERVICES – contact

David & Michelle Adams

to register



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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