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Please stay home, stay safe, and stay connected as we do all we can to help everyone through this COVID-19 time. In the mean time, ministry continues and so do our worship services.

All are Welcome!

And we really mean it!

Please find all our past services below, or on our YouTube Channel.

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Here is the link for the Mother’s Day service – May 9, 2021.

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Here is the link to the service for Sunday May 2, 2021 – Battle of the Atlantic Sunday and Communion Sunday.

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Here is the link to the service for Sunday April 25, 2021.

If our feel you need help getting by in these challenging times, please don’t hesitate to reach out. There are people who care and who are ready to help. Contact the minister, the Rev. Doug Kendall and he will get you connected with someone who has the training to help you. The church phone number is 613-831-1256.

Here are some resources through the city of Ottawa that I mentioned in the sermon.

Counselling Connect

Counselling Connect provides quick access to a free phone or video counselling session, available in English and French. You choose a convenient date and time. This service is for everyone: children, youth, adults and families in Ottawa and the surrounding area. There is no waiting list. You, your partner or your children may be concerned about:
              • Sleep issues
              • Anxiety and depression
              • Bullying
              • Behavioural issues
              • Separation
              • Relationships
              • Grief and loss
              • Drugs and alcohol
              • Gender and sexuality
              • Adjusting to life in Canada
              • Problem gambling
              • Isolation and loneliness
https://www.counsellingconnect.org/

Unsafe at Home

Unsafe at Home is a secure text and online chat service for women and members of LGBTQ2S+ communities in Ottawa and Lanark County who may be living through increased violence and abuse at home during the COVID-19 pandemic. Our personnel provides emotional support, practical advice and referrals using encrypted technology so conversations are confidential and secure.
We can help you:
              • Talk about how you’re feeling
              • Create a safety plan to reduce your risk of harm
              • Get you the services you need for support
              • Cope with your situation during this period of physical distancing
https://unsafeathomeottawa.ca/#about

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Here are the links for our previous services:

Sunday April 18, 2021

 Sunday April 11, 2021.

 Easter Sunday Service

Good Friday Community Procession of the Cross

Sunday Service for March 28, 2021 – Palm Sunday

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Please find all our past services on our YouTube Channel.