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London Community Chaplaincy

Volunteer Profile:

Betty Poole has been a faithful volunteer at the Chaplaincy for decades.  We have been blessed by her leadership as Chair of the Board for the past 10 years.  Throughout these years, Betty could be found in a number of places-driving residents to the food bank, helping a child during an art class, serving a meal in youth program, as well as skillfully chairing all our meetings.  A humble, gifted and faithful servant, we want to thank Betty for her many years of service and her example of love and compassion to others.  While we will miss Betty, we are grateful for all her investment and her continued willingness to be part of the Chaplaincy in new ways.  Thank you Betty-you are a true blessing. (From the Spring 2019 Chaplaincy Newsletter).  

Congratulations, Betty, on also receiving the Helen Keller Fellowship Award presented by the Lambeth Lions this past winter.

Parish Nurse

We’re delighted to announce that our own, Jan Linner, took on the responsibilities of being LUC’s parish advocate as of September 1st, 2016 and she is now officially our Parish Nurse having completed her full certification.  In this role her email is [email protected]  Jan’s lecture on stress and managing stress can be seen here.

Calendar of Events

See the Bulletin Board on the east wall of the auditorium for full details plus lots of print materials on topics of both physical and mental health and…more.

Marilyn’s latest project

Collecting for children of London Community Chaplaincy (Limberlost and Southdale) who will be going to camp this summer.  Their needs are as follows: sunscreen, bug spray, flip flops, caps and hats, flash lights, ponchos, toothbrush and toothpaste (all things pertaining to camping).  Please place in Woman’s Community House Box (outside south auditorium door) and mark “Camping”.

Line Dancing Classes

Come out on Thursdays between 1:00 p.m. and 2:30 p.m. – cost $5.00.

Evening Speaker Series

On Wednesday, May 29th John Hammel,  spoke on “Living with Alzheimer’s and Dementia”

Watch for details on our next speaker.

Breakfast Presentations

On Sunday, April 28th, our speaker was Mary Anne Hodge who updated us on the fundraising efforts at Camp KeeMoKee and their upcoming summer events.  Stay tuned for info on our next breakfast.

If you missed Doris Bond Montgomery’s talk about the dark day in our church’s history when fire destroyed our previous church building and the way that was quickly turned around as the community came together to quickly build the church building that we enjoy today.  View this great talk on Youtube.

From the United Church of Canada

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

‘We Are Still Here’

Three elders from Aamjiwnaang First Nation in Sarnia, and the Bjekwanong First Nation on Walpole Island, share their memories of surviving residential schools. Produced by the Right Relations Group of Lambton Presbytery, United Church of Canada.  Watch.

Pray and Act for Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women & Girls

Learn more about this important issue.

The Wattville Daycare Project is now complete – read the story behind its completion.

For the Beauty of Those Lost, for Healing Founded on Justice

A prayer for missing and murdered Indigenous women, girls, and two-spirited people, their families, and the public inquiry into what happened to them.  Read…

A Song of Faith

adopted in 2006, seeks to provide a verbal picture of what The United Church of Canada understands its faith to be in the historical, political, social, and theological context of the early 21st century. It is also a means of ongoing reflection and an invitation for the church to live out its convictions in relation to the world in which we live.  Read…

“Ageless Grace” Exercise Program

This is a seated fitness and wellness routine for people aged 55 and over.  It will not only provide you with a good but not too strenuous exercise routine but will be lots of fun as well. The cost is $2.00 per person per session to defray our costs.  Remember – our audiorium is air conditioned for the summer months.

Movie Nights

Check back for news of our next movie night.

Community Activity Board & Upcoming Events

LUC’s Communications & Marketing Committee is pleased to offer the use of our non-digital outdoor sign for use by local not-for-profit groups to assist is advertising their upcoming events.  Click here to learn more.

June FundScrip Promotions:

Check out all the June Promotions including Staples, Golftown and Stokes.

Our  next order date will be June 9th.

FundScrip Program

FundScrip is a fundraising program here at the Lambeth United. It encompasses the purchase of gift cards for major retailers and a rebate is paid back to the church. In a nutshell, by using pre-bought gift cards for some of your regular purchases, the program will give money back to Lambeth United Church!  How effective is FundScrip?  Collectively we have earned $15,206.57 since we joined the program.  We thank everyone who has participated and recognize the Mayo, Sullivan, Polgar, King/LUC and Pickering families who have each topped the $1,000.00 figure that their collective 300+ orders have earned totalling just over $6,808.40.  Every card helps – think of those ‘prayer miles’ you are earning.

There are two order forms available:

Check out the FundSrcip website for more information: FundScrip

United Church Charitable Gift Annuities

United Church Charitable Gift Annuities allow you to dream a hopeful dream of surprising things. Below is a document with more information and some examples based on today’s rates.

United Church Charitable Gift Annuities