Blackstock-Nestleton United Church

Enthusiastic congregation of The United Church Of Canada

Church Life

June 29:       1:30 p.m.        ZOOM BIBLE STUDY

There will be no services held at Blackstock-Nestleton United Church on the 5 Sundays in July, 2022.

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The August 7th service will be held outdoors at 10:30 am at Ingrid and Dave Larmer’s farm.
We will have lunch afterwards and each person is asked to bring their own food and lawn chair.
Coffee and ice cream will be provided.   There will be no Zoom available on August 7.


Vacation Bible School will take place Aug 8-12, 2022 9:00 a.m. to noon for children ages 4-8 years at Blackstock United Church in Blackstock. There will music, games, crafts and stories all related to faith and the bible. Snacks will be served as well. Please contact Jennifer at or 705-957-0495 to register your child or children.


At a recent meeting of the Blackstock-Nestleton United Church Council,

the COVID protocols for the church were reviewed as provincial guidelines have been changed.

All people attending worship must have a vaccine certificate.

Going forward, masking will not be a requirement to enter the church.
We would urge everyone to continue masking.
We also urge everyone to be respectful of everyone, whatever their preference.

Please try to social distance where possible when worshiping. Not required but a courtesy.

Singing. The Durham Health Board recommends that singing only be done when wearing a mask.

Socializing after the service is allowed, masked or unmasked, but please try to be courteous of other  people’s space. This applies both inside and outside. No refreshments will be available at this time but people can use the downstairs space.

Groups renting the church can determine their own requirements, but need to follow provincial guidelines.

Stay safe;
BNUC Council


Find Us in Blackstock

Sunday Worship 9:45 am


In June our church is asked to make a special effort to fill the coffers at the local Food Bank. Non perishable food is always needed in our area for those less fortunate than ourselves.






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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