Lambeth United Church
“Where the feeling of Being a community is very strong.”
4268 Colonel Talbot Road, London, Ontario N6P 1A2
(519)652-2093 10:30 Morning Worship & Sunday School
Staffed Nursery available during Worship
Minister: Rev. Matthew Penny
Accessibility – Please enter at the north side of the church off of Beattie Street to access our lift.
Many people think that the song, “One Pair of Hands,” is a lost Elvis song. It is not. It was recorded by the Elvis Impersonator,Carroll Roberson. Here is Mr. Roberson’s version as posted on YouTube..
Not that we are not good…but we all might enjoy this professional rendition of our beloved benediction, May the Road Rise to Meet You, by Celtic Thunder – enjoy.
We will be posting Weekly Meditations on our YouTube Channel. Please subscribe to YouTube and then to the LUC channel so you know when new ones are posted. Alternatively, you can reach the LUC channel on our ‘Links’ page.
We will be posting a new Sunday Worship service each week at about 10 AM on Sundays. You will find it here on our website under the Youtube link. The bulletin, so you can follow along and participate, will be posted here as a PDF file.
Minute for Mission –
At Toronto Conference’s annual meeting in 2011, youth delegates presented a vision for the future of their church and their place in it. The result of those first ideas was a song that has since inspired many people. Thanks to a Mission & Service Vision Fund grant, the group was able to record it, and that amazing and inspirational song—“Our Generation”—has become the theme song for the Mission & Service music video.
Seven youth delegates came together one Friday evening to practise their instruments and vocals for a Saturday recording session at Black Earth Music’s Area 51 recording studio in Shelburne, Ontario. When they arrived at the studio the nervous excitement was thick in the air, especially when they were introduced to their producer, Michael Jack, who has produced records for Rush and Pink Floyd. But as the recording sessions went on, thanks to Michael’s encouragement, the group became more confident in the process, creating space for the creativity of voices and instruments to become part of the song. The group supported and encouraged each other to experiment vocally and add guitar riffs.
If Mission & Service giving is already a regular part of your life, thank you so much! If you have not given, please join me in making Mission & Service giving a regular part of your life of faith. Loving our neighbour is at the heart of our Mission & Service.
[Companion video available. View or download at www.youtube.com/unitedchurchofcanada.]