Sunday December 11th

Advent 4

From Generation to Generation - We see God in each other.

Newly pregnant Mary visits her pregnant cousin, Elizabeth, and they see and feel God in each other. We find God in each other. The way we see the divine in each other impacts how we live and move in the world. When we view every

human being as a child of God, we generate a different world. 

This Sunday we light the candle of Love.

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


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

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.


Helping on Christmas Eve

 For the first time since 2019 we are aiming to have our in-person Christmas Eve services. We want to do all we can to create a meaningful experience for all who attend on Christmas Eve and we need your help. We need help at our 4:00 Kids PJ Celebration (greeting) and at our two Candlelight services (greeting, reading, serving Communion) If you can help at 4:00 please email Jen. If you can help at 7:30 and/or 9:00 please email Paul. It is so exciting to be welcoming people back to these services.

Offering Envelopes for 2023

It is hard to believe that it will be a new year very soon. In the past few years, because we spent a lot of time worshiping from home, we have been reusing old envelopes. This year we have new offering envelopes available.

If you have envelopes left over from previous years please recycle them or use them for crafts! Your new envelopes will be ready to pick up on Sunday morning at the welcome table.

If you do not currently have envelopes but would like some, please contact Jenny in the office or check in with a greeter on Sunday morning.

Can You Help?

We have signed a contract with Guelph Solar to install solar panels on the church.  Solar energy is better for the environment and it is better for the church bank account. It is estimated we will save up to $10,000 a year in hydro costs.  The panels will cost more than $100,000 for purchase and installation.  Are you able to help with a special donation for this project? Donations received by December 31st will be included on your 2022 Charitable donation receipt. Thank you for helping us to care for the environment and reduce our future hydro costs!

Volunteers needed!

For many of us, Norval United Church’s warm welcome is one of the main reasons we came back after our first visit. 

You can help carry on this fine tradition!

Join Jen Stinson and George Smith as we live out our faith in God’s radical hospitality by welcoming all who attend on Sunday.

If you can smile and say “welcome” you are qualified! Volunteer 1, 2 (or more!) Sundays a month on this great team! Or if you prefer short term commitment why not help out during Advent/Christmas or Lent/Easter? Contact Jen Stinson: or call/text 416-706-5050.  

Christmas at Norval United

At our Midweek Breath on the longest night of the year we'll be sharing in Communion. Wed Dec 21st, at 8:00 pm. Bring your elements to the service. Click here for the zoom link.

Come share in the Christmas story of Hope and Wonder. Family friendly. PJs optional.

Our traditional 7:30PM and 9PM Candlelight services. So quiet. So calm. So peaceful. So holy. You will feel the Christmas Story.

God dwells in us. Come for a relaxing Christmas Day service. We'll have coffee, tea, and cookies as we share in the service

around the

fireplace together.

Christmas Giving Season

Sunday December 18th

Advent 3

On this Sunday you are invited to bring food items toiletries and other donations for the Georgetown Breadbasket. We will still accept mittens, scarves and toques but agencies tell us they appreciate the gifts cards we have sent in recent years.

In the service we'll place the items under the Giving Tree on the stage. The Outreach Team will send $25 gift cards to Halton Women's Place, Links2Care, and the Georgetown Breadbasket. Mark your financial donations as Giving Tree or Outreach and we'll ensure the gift cards get to the various agencies. 

Thank you for giving to the Giving Tree.


Christmas is coming soon! Order your gift cards from FundScrip and a percentage is donated to NUC. Make sure you get your orders in early as it takes about two weeks to process and deliver.  

Place your order here and use code S2MV7N to get to the NUC page.

Georgetown Breadbasket

The Breadbasket has issued a 30 day challenge and we encourage you to join in! There is a list of 30 items for 30 days that can be found on their Facebook page. Add the corresponding item each day to a box over the next 30 days and then drop off your box at time for the Holiday Season! We've got a bin at the church ready to collect!

Don't think you can commit to getting all these items..... no problem! Instead, set aside the amount of each item on a daily basis and at the end of the 30 days donate the cost of one of these boxes to us!

In The Community

Sunday Dec 18th @ 2PM

The NUC choir has been invited to participate in an afternoon of Christmas music at St. Andrews United

89 Mountainview Road South.

Come out and sing your favourite Christmas carols and hear special music from 5 local choirs.

Free will offering

Join us for refreshments after the event

Have You Heard?

Knox Presbyterian Church in downtown Georgetown has started an Out of the Cold program to help folks find shelter during the coldest time of the year.

They are looking for volunteers to help in various capacities including an evening team (7-9PM) to make supper and prepare for the night, an overnight team (9PM-6AM) and a morning team (6-8AM) to make breakfast and clean up. Connect with them here if you have any questions or would like to volunteer. 

Check out the article below from Halton Hills Today for more information

Out of the Cold 

I urge you, first of all, to pray for all people. Ask God to help them; speak up on their behalf and give thanks for them.

1 Timothy 2:1

Cathy Kingscott asks us to pray for all who are struggling at this time of year.

Roy Bartlett wants us to keep praying for Fred Paul on his cancer journey.

Trudy Watson-Leung asked for prayers for her neice.

Heather Phair asks for prayer for Dean, dealing with brain cancer, and Patti, dealing with cancer as well.

Vicki Richardson is praying for her sister, Heide, as she faces cancer surgery this week.

Eleanor Dickey asks for prayers for her niece and nephew, whose father passed away with cancer.

Beth Laidlaw encouraged us to pray for the Christie family after Peter's father, also named Peter, passed away after a long battle with cancer.

Fay Baxter asked for prayers for her parents, Al and Marie, recovering from sickness.

Beverley Wilson is praying for her daughter Nancy as she continues to struggle with the death of her father, a year ago now.

We remember Beth Hawley and Amy Bolton on the death of their dear friend, Christy Trask.

We also remember Karen Seunarine after the death of her dear friend, Beth Deen.

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