Lambeth United Church

From the United Church Observer:  10 Easy Ways to Kick our Nasty Plastic Habit

Mark your calendars for July 25th – Summer BBQ from 5:00 – 6:30.  By donation only.

“Where the feeling of Being a community is very strong.”

4268 Colonel Talbot Road, London, Ontario N6P 1A2
10:30 Morning Worship & Sunday School
Staffed Nursery available during Worship

Minister: Rev. Matthew Penny
Youth Co-ordinator: Rebecca Allen
Church Secretary: Judy King
Organist: Alan Davidson
Parish Nurse: Jan Linner                                                                                                      Accessibility – Please enter at the south side of the church off of Beattie Street to access our lift.


Great News – we are full.  Members of the congregation can help by donating empty coffee cans, freezies or juice boxes.  If you can volunteer your time for a day or two – contact Becky Allen.


       We Sing Thanksgiving!  From Moderator, Jordan Cantwell – Listen.

Rt. Rev. Jordan Cantwell is the 42nd moderator of The United Church of Canada

Hope under Occupation

Our gifts for Mission & Service support Palestinians in Gaza. About 1,300 Christian Palestinians live in the Gaza Strip, enduring three wars in five years along with their Muslim neighbours. Israel controls the land, sea, and air around Gaza, with one crossing into Egypt through Rafah controlled by Egypt and monitored by the European Union in coordination with Israel. The Near East Council of Churches (NECC) works in Gaza with both communities, focusing on providing education and health care to a population under blockade.

In Gaza City, the NECC operates apprenticeship programs for young men and women to develop skills such as fashion design and aluminium engineering. Yet even these programs are adversely affected by the blockade. For example, not all the materials needed for aluminium housing are allowed into Gaza.

The NECC also operates three primary health care clinics in Gaza, serving over 150,000 people. The clinic in Shijaia (built with contributions from Canadian churches and CIDA, among others) was destroyed in 2008 during Israel’s Operation Cast Lead and has since been rebuilt. At these clinics, patients receive primary health care, antenatal and postnatal care, malnutrition and anemia treatment, psychosocial support particularly for children, family planning services, and dermatological care. The latter was recently introduced due to the high prevalence of skin diseases as a result of the effects of war and the poor water quality in Gaza.

Through these programs, the NECC gives hope to a civilian population facing blockade, unemployment, poverty, and frequent wars.

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.

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Perfect Little Thing”:  Our heart & Soul is Mission & Service.

         Watch the ‘Bells’ practise for our Sunday Service.

                  Sunday, June 24th service – Listen/Follow along in the bulletin.

                  Sunday, July 1st service – Listen/Follow along in the bulletin.  Matthew references a Canada 150 video in the service and you will hear the music.  See the video – pictures and all. 

                  Sunday, July 8th – Listen/Follow along in the bulletin.

                  Sunday, July 15th – Listen/Follow along in the bulletin.