Sunday September 25th

Never Give Up

Jesus tells the story of a persistent widow and a corrupt judge. She refuses to give up seeking justice until the judge finally relents. Persistence in seeking justice. We'll mark Orange Shirt Day on Sunday and remember the persistence of Indigenous peoples seeking justice after years of oppression.

 Watch Sunday's Service Online, Live @ 9:00 AM EDT

Join us in live, online worship this Sunday at 9:00 am. 

You can find the service on Facebook Live or on our YouTube channel.

The service will be saved at both locations through the week.

 Join us for In-Person Worship @ 10:00 AM

Email Jenny Morrison if you would like to join our volunteer team and

help us provide a safe and warm welcome to all who gather.

Youth & Young Familes

A youth series for youth in Gr 8-12. Sunday Sept 25- Oct 23 @11:30AM.

Dive deep into our shared faith story, and your own faith experience. This series is designed especially for youth considering Confirmation or wondering what it means to be a Christian in todays' world.

Register here to let Jen know you will be attending: 

The Georgetown Breadbasket and its clients are in need of community support this fall season! Over the weeks leading up to Thanksgiving we are making an intentional push to collect items to help refill the shelves at the Breadbasket. A donation bin is located outside the church office during the week for food item drop off. Kids and youth are also encouraged to bring food items to Kids Church on Sundays to help us fill up our bin!

Sunday, Oct 16th. 11:30AM-2:00PM

Come and create a FAMILY* ART PROJECT celebrating Thanksgiving and the fall season. Lunch will be provided after church, then an art workshop led by Aditee Goswami of Tullika Creations. Babysitting will be available.

Cost: By Donation (costs of supplies are $50/family). If you would like to financially support a family participating in this event, please make a donation to the church through our regular channels and mark "Art Event" in the memo. Register here by Oct 10th.  You define your "family", but we encourage at least 1 adult and 1 young person in each "family". 

We require 3 families minimum to run this event.


Friday Sept 23rd @ 6:30 PM

Our monthly free movie night.

This month we will be watching:

Monsters' University 

marking the milestone of another year in school and the sometimes complicated ups and downs of friendships and figuring out who we are.PJs, blankies, stuffies and friends are welcome!

Starts Saturday Sept 24th

Come and make music with us! 

Singing, Drumming, Joy! For ages 3-18 on Saturday mornings from 9:30-10:30.

No Experience Needed!

Contact Deb Hopper for more information  

Watch out for more activities for youth this fall.

Click Here for More Info

You can look forward to:

Jr. Youth Group for Grades 4-8

Wellness Xplored for Grades 8-12

Justice Xplored for Grades 8-12

Art of Gratitude- a family art event


Sunday Sept 25th

Please wear an orange shirt to church this Sunday. To understand why, read this message from the United Church of Canada. 

"On September 30, people all across Canada will wear orange shirts to remember and honour Indigenous children who were taken from their communities and families to residential institutions. 

This year, Indigenous communities across the country continue to share the truth they have always known: that many of the children who never returned home remain on the grounds of those institutions in unmarked burial sites. These communities are now seeking to honour the missing children.

On Orange Shirt Day we also observe the National Day for Truth and Reconciliation. For non-Indigenous Christians in particular, this is a time to reflect on their role in colonialism and the ongoing responsibility to make reparations." 

We begin our remembering by wearing orange shirts this Sunday.

It's Not Too Late!

Here is your opportunity to sing in person for Thanksgiving Sunday. We had our first practice this past Sunday and made a joyful noise. If you missed last week, you are still welcome to join us. Rehearsals are after church in the sanctuary September 25th and October 2nd. We will be singing in the service on Thanksgiving Sunday. 

Watch out for future "pop up" choirs as we approach Christmas and Easter.

For more details, contact Matt or Amy

Wednesdays @ 8PM

Thirty minutes of fresh air for your soul. Join us on Zoom and enjoy a reading, a prayer, some music and a guided meditation.

Email the office here to get the link to join us

Tuesdays @ 7PM

This group is for those dealing with the death of a child. It could be a young child or an adult child, a recent loss or a loss from years ago. The grief of a parent is unique. Coming together with those who know what you are going through can be healing.

The group meets the last Tuesday of the month from 7:00PM-8:30PM.  

Click Here to Contact Grief Group Leaders

A note about Food Truck Friday

Due to an issue with the availability of trucks that were booked, we need to cancel the final event. A big thank goes out to Trudy Watson-Leung for her hard work at coordinating these events. We can't wait to bring back the Food Trucks next year!

Curious about Community Gardening?

Providing fresh produce to community members in need, growing and learning about healing plants, connecting with our spiritual selves through the outdoors?

Drop a line to Jen to connect into the dreaming and conversation about creating abundance from the land we've been gifted.

Sunday October 2nd

It will be a busy Sunday. We will be dedicating the Cowan window. A newly installed stained-glass window, placed in memory and in honour of Dorothy and Lorne Cowan, tireless workers at Norval United in recent years. 

We will also mark the closure of the UCW (United Church Women) at Norval United. This women's group has been a backbone of Norval United for decades but the time has come to close the UCW and see what new form of ministry springs up.

Ways to Serve

We are looking for folks who can help provide treats for Sunday morning's in person service. You can bake, pick up treats from the store, we even love the last minute run to Tim's for Tim Bits.  

We love sharing coffee and treats on Sunday morning before and after the service. If you would like to help provide treats for a Sunday morning, you can email Jenny in the office. You can bring them for a specific week or drop them off at the church to be stored in the freezer.

Volunteers Wanted

A big thank you to all the people who have signed up to help out with serving coffee, tea and treats on Sunday mornings. We are looking for volunteers for October 9th and for the month of November. It is a great way to get to know the community. Don't worry if you don't know what to do, we have folks who can walk you through it the first time. If you can help, contact Jenny in the office to sign up for a Sunday. 

In The Community

The people of Knox Presbyterian Church are preparing to start an Out of the Cold program beginning in November and running until April.

They are looking for volunteers in three areas: Prep, Overnight, and Clean up. If you have a couple hours to give or a whole night once or twice a week, they have a spot for you to volunteer!

Information sessions will be held for those interested in volunteering on the following dates.

Thurs Sept 22 @ 3PM and Sat Sept 24 @ 10AM.

Donations to help cover start up and ongoing costs can be directed to Knox Presbyterian Church. For more information about the program contact the church during office hours at 905 877 7585

Cancer Assistance Services Halton Hills invites you to connect with your community as we learn a little more about cancer and some of the tools we have to deal with it. 

Where: Norval United Church

When: Oct 4th 7PM-8:30PM

Find more information and register here.

Saturday October 1 @ 7PM

Join the GFORCe3 team for an evening of live music, food and fundraising!

Cash Bar, Snacks, Food

Live Auction

Freewill offering upon entry

 St. Alban's Church Hall

537 Main St., Glen Williams

Contact Don at (905) 703 0043 or

Pauline (905) 873 6760 for more information.

A prayer for Orange Shirt Day from the

United Church of Canada.

"We mourn the children who never made it home, the communities that were destroyed, the broken hearts, the stories never shared, and the shattered relationships.

We pray for healing, so that we who live together in this country can also work together to build a better future"

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