Blackstock-Nestleton United Church

Enthusiastic congregation of The United Church Of Canada


Unfortunately, we no longer have an active Sunday School or Jr. choir.

NUC History

On June 25, 2017 Nestelton United Church held their last worship service in this lovely country church which was built in 1900. The building was full and the beautiful service was appreciated by all in attendance. Rev. Jennifer Uhryniw led the service and Rob Mairs told many stories about the congregation over the years. Scripture was read by Dennis Yellowlees and several brought their own memories and thoughts. Sharon Goulding extended a very warm and sincere welcome to all their members and adherents to Blackstock United Church. A delicious finger-food Pot Luck and more reminiscing while viewing the memorabilia, arranged by Janice MacKenzie, followed.


Blackstock and Nestleton United Churches amalgamated,

becoming one congregation, effective March 18, 2018!

The former Blackstock United Church is now known as Blackstock-Nestleton United Church.


At the present time the former Nestleton United Church building is being used by the local Roman Catholic congregation for services.

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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