Lambeth United Church
“Where the feeling of being a community is very strong.”
4268 Colonel Talbot Road, London, Ontario
(519)652-2093 10:30 Morning Worship & Sunday School
Staffed Nursery available during Worship
|Minister: Rev. Matthew Penny
Youth and Family Co-ordinator: Louise Dodd
Church Secretary: Judy King
Organist: Alan Davidson
Parish Advocate: Jan Linner
We believe that it is important for people to be a community and to have a sense of belonging. Therefore, it is the missional object of our Church to offer help and hope to people in our congregation, neighbourhood and far away, as exemplified in the gospel of Jesus Christ.
Be sure to visit our bazaar on November 12th – 11:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m.
You shouldn’t talk about autumn.
Autumn should be done.
Shuffling through dry leaves
Wading through the mud with your boots
Avoiding falling acorns
Autumn should be smelt
The drizzly sweet smell of soggy moss.
The dirty-but-yet-delicious smell of wet, rotting leaves.
The almost tasty odor of leaking, drooly mushrooms
Autumn should be seen
Magnificent gradients, simply created by leaves, perfectly overflowing from fresh spring green to almost winter brown.
That beautiful soft light, which makes these leaves shine through the trees like early Christmas lights.
Countless mushrooms in shapes that you wouldn’t even imagine.
Some of them looking like candy, as if the candy-man discharged its stock in the forest.
And of course all these creatures, even the ugliest birds, look like top models in an autumn decor!
Autumn should be heard
The restless fluttering of leaves and imminent crunching of branches during a storm.
Only to be interrupted by the thud of a pine cone or broken branch.
Relieved birdsong, when the autumn storms have dried.
And especially this very silent silence, just before an autumn storm blows away this years fall.
Autumn should be felt
I love all seasons, but autumn has this je ne sais quoi,
Autumn has atmosphere….
From Huffington Post