United Churches of Langley

United Churches of Langley

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Is there any Churches in the Langley area that have an outreach service to help seniors with home repairs etc.? I am searching for some help with painting my low ceiling in my home. I am on disability and cannot afford to pay. I cannot look up for any length of time or I would tackle it myself, I can supply everything needed just need some help thank you and God Bless
Thanks to the many hundreds of believers and churches that have prayed and been praying for my son-in-law RUI. FELICIANA his WIFE is my daughter she had surgery too they removed cancer a few months after her husband was treated for limphoma . For the love of Jesus continue to pray for them both until God is going to give us a complete victory. Thank you and I love you all for your thoughts and prayers God bless you very much.
Home Yoga Practice Workshop *2 DAYS AWAY! Email registration required [email protected] Practicing with an experienced Certified Yoga Teacher (like me!) is a highly valuable tool to add to your toolbox of health and wellness practices. Continuing your practice at home (even 10 minutes a day) can be life altering. Learn how to get started and trust in your ability to practice Yoga at home (or anywhere) in the upcoming Home Yoga Practice Workshop. A personal practice addresses your unique current state of wellness. We will cover how to create your own practice from Pranayama (breathing) to Shavasana (relaxation). We’ll delve deep into the alignment of basic postures and learn to modify them with props from around your home. WHEN Friday Oct 12th 6:00-8:00pm FEE $25 WHERE: The Sharon Chapel United Churches of Langley 21562 Old Yale Rd. Murrayville
This is so cute particularly on a Sunday.
The first day of school is sometimes a happy, excited time for some students. For others, it can be a very anxious and trying time. Check in with your kids. Honour what they are feeling. Get help from resources in your local community.
At First United, we are so grateful for the ongoing support from the United Churches of Langley Community. From donations during our #GivingTuesday campaign in November to additional cash donations from individual congregation members; regular donations of clothing and other community member needs to the annual sock and mitten Christmas tree, the United Churches of Langley are helping us build a stronger community of care where everyone can feel welcome and well-taken care of. For many years now, UCoL has supported First United out of a strong determination to make life a little easier for those accessing our shelter and support services. They recognize the importance of giving as a way to build a community where everyone is valued. From all of us at First United, we say THANK YOU to the United Churches of Langley. First United Church Community Ministry Society is a shelter and service centre located on Vancouver’s Downtown Eastside. At First United, we uphold the values of dignity, trust, justice, empowerment, and respect through all of our programming which includes shelter, meals, storage, advocacy, spirit programs, and more. Please visit our website, www.firstunited.ca, to learn more.
Santa at a church event?! I've heard this question asked. Santa is just one of many cultural stories of gift-givers at Christmas time. Some think the origin of the Christmas-time gift-givers came from the 3 Magi who traveled with gifts to the Christ child. Others have differing views of the origin of the mystical, magical, generous beings. What we know is that most cultures have someone bringing gifts to children. What's not to love about a tradition of generosity?! as we remember the One who so generously gave his love to us all. Check out these two links to read more about these myths and stories from around the world, Giftbringer Customs (https://www.whychristmas.com/customs/giftbringers.shtml) and Beyond Santa (http://www.patheos.com/blogs/panmankey/2013/12/beyond-santa-claus-the-other-gift-givers/) AND Come on December 2, 4:00pm, to the Mistletoe FREE Concert to hear Santa's favourite Christmas story, and enjoy the cultural story of Babuska. See you there!
Dear friends at United Churches of Langley, I’m writing as the Executive Director of First United Church Community Ministry Society, to ask you a favour. Would you please take a few minutes between October 10 and 19 to vote for First United’s entry in an online contest, and share my request with your congregation? If we win, we could be awarded up to $50,000 which we will use to buy a vehicle to take folks out of the urban core and into nature. The people we work with are deeply-entrenched in the street life of Vancouver, and seldom have the resources or opportunity to find and enjoy nature. When we are able to bring them into a natural setting – a beach, community or indigenous herbal gardens, a park – the transformation is remarkable. Tremendous healing takes place when folk connect – or in many instances, re-connect – with the natural world. If you are not already supporting another project (through the AVIVA Community Fund Campaign), would you please take a few minutes between October 10 and 19 to vote for us? It would mean so much to me, and all of us! VOTING IS EASY! Start by emailing me, and I’ll send you the voting link. [email protected] THANK YOU! The Rev. Dr. Carmen Lansdowne PS: Check out the video we created in support of our campaign:

A congregation of The United Church of Canada. *** WEAVING A FAITH THAT MATTERS *** Sunday services are taking place ONLINE during the pandemic!

Mission: THRIVING congregation VITAL to the community ALIVE as followers of Jesus Christ SUSTAINABLE for the future

Online services available

Join us this Sunday, November 15 at 10:30am for worship service led by Jayne Slawson: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oC-VQo82baQ
Awake! We are people of the light, prepared and ready to encourage each other to live in faith, love and hope, as Jesus did.

Our November Jazz Vespers is taking place this Sunday, with Linda Szentes and Jazzlinks performing.
In this time of isolation, the Jazz Vespers is an opportunity to connect with friends for an enjoyable afternoon of jazz music and spiritual readings, coming from your computer screens.
Follow the above links for more information. Access the live stream from www.ucol.ca

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UCoL Worship Online - 2020-11-08 - Remembrance Sunday

This Sunday we will be honouring the Remembrance Day, led by Rev. Gabrielle Suedfeld. Join us at 10:30 am at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dLOdu16sZdY&feature=youtu.be

On this Remembrance Day Sunday, we take time to remember those who fought for our freedom. Offerings during the service are accepted online at https://givepo...

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Discussing the Anti-Diet Movement, Fat Acceptance, & Body Positivity with Stacey

Join us for a conversation between our Social Justice Program Facilitator and Stacey, as she shares her passion about the Anti-Diet Movement, Fat Acceptance, & Body Positivity

Join me as I have an open conversation with Stacey about the Anti-Diet Movement, Fat Acceptance, & Body Positivity #unitedchurchesoflangley #socialjusticelan...

This Sunday is All Saints Sunday! Join us at 10:30am for livestream worship at https://youtu.be/jr6N7mydw1g

The Vancouver Sun

Vancouver Sun published a beautiful story about Les Clay, member of our congregation, plants he collected and grew over many years and his plan to donate many of them to the Derek Doubleday Arboretum in Langley.

A Langley gardener and horticulturalist is donating Japanese maples, rhododendrons, azaleas and other plants to the community's arboretum.

This Sunday, October 25, we will be looking towards the Promised Land with Rev. Gabrielle Suedfeld.
Join us at 10:30 am at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EDeyPCQQQTE&feature=youtu.be

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UCoL Jazz Vespers - 2020-10-18

We have been receiving fantastic feedback for our Jazz Vespers that took place last Sunday, with Gabriel Mark Hasselbach on trumpet and Miles Black on piano. If you missed it, follow the link to see and hear the recording: https://youtu.be/k9ZzZDq0x4A. and share this link with friends!

Offerings during the service are accepted online at https://givepoint.com/unitedchurchesoflangley Gabriel Mark Hasselbach is a well-known award-winning jazz ...

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UCoL Jazz Vespers - 2020-10-18

On Sunday, October 18, at 4 pm, we will be holding a JAZZ Vespers in Murrayville - Online Church! The vespers will feature two amazing local jazz musicians: Gabriel Mark Hasselbach - trumpet/flute/flugelhorn - and Miles Black, piano. Rev Sophia Ducey will be sharing readings and prayers. More details at https://www.unitedchurchesoflangley.ca/events/jazz-vespers-in-murrayville--289/2020-10-18

Go to https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k9ZzZDq0x4A&t=3s to watch!

Offerings during the service are accepted online at https://givepoint.com/unitedchurchesoflangley Gabriel Mark Hasselbach is a well-known award-winning jazz ...

During Worship this Sunday, October 18, we will honour International World Food Day. We will reflect on the Theology of Food Justice and how we are called to help the world work towards food sovereignty and security for all. Join us at 10:30 am at https://youtu.be/T-VnwQyaKCo

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This is Thanksgiving Sunday!
Join us at 10:30 am at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ywig3PAIapk&feature=youtu.be

This Sunday is World Wide Communion Sunday. Churches all over the world will be joining to celebrate the sacrament, the story and the gifts of God as we hear the familiar words.
Join us online, and together we will be filled with God's grace. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X6uXWhXHkTo&feature=youtu.be

This Sunday at 10:30am join us as we are continuing our Season of Oasis ~ Nourishment in the Wilderness! with Jayne Slawson.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dcY7Cnb1DUc&feature=youtu.be

New United Property Resource Corporation: unique opportunity to reimagine Canada’s neighbourhoods of the future...

Today marks the launch of United Property Resource Corporation (UPRC), established by The United Church of Canada.

With the help of a $20 million line of credit from the Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation (CMHC) (through the Affordable Housing Innovation Fund), UPRC is committed to building a minimum of 5,000 new affordable housing units across the country over the next 15 years.

Read the full news piece: http://ow.ly/7gjV50Bv1kt

#UCCan #UPRC

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Sunday Worship - Exploring Imagination

This Sunday at 10:30 am, we will be launching our Shift Podcast ministry! Listen in on a conversation between Rev. Dr. Richard Topping, President of Vancouver School of Theology, and Brad Jarvis, one of the ministry leaders of the Shift Podcast ministry. They will explore Imagination as a way of journeying through this "wilderness" time with a sense of grounding and grace.

unitedchurchesoflangley.ca This Sunday, we are continuing our journey in the Season of Oasis ~ Nourishment in the Wilderness!with an exploration of "Imagination" Go to LiveStream Sunday Service This week you will participate in the launch of our Shift Podcast ministry! You will have the opportunity to listen in on a...

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"God is merciful and gracious, slow to anger and abounding in steadfast love." - Psalm 103:8

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[Image: Christ Cares for All, from Art in the Christian Tradition, a project of the Vanderbilt Divinity Library, Nashville, TN]

The overall message of all the Exodus readings during our Season of Oasis (September 13 - October 18) is God’s ever-present offering of nourishment in the wilderness: bringing manna to the hungry, pouring forth water for the thirsty, providing guidance for how to be in community. Contemplating these themes, a Season of Oasis emerged!

Come journey with Moses and all of us, opening up to God’s nurturance in the wilderness. New Life is being nourished. And God is always present with and for us, whatever wilderness surrounds us.
Join us this Sunday at 10:30 am at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zV9vzRxVRr0&feature=youtu.be

Our Starfish Pack volunteers have already purchased "Choose Kindness" and "Be KIND" t-shirts in support of Langley School District Foundation's Food for Thought program. The t-shirts are on sale for $20 each. For more info and shirt purchases go to https://bit.ly/30MDmlm

Celebrating Questioning with the Skeptics! This Sunday, at 10:30 am at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mbjYQ8f-Ve8&feature=youtu.be

The United Church of Canada is asking for letters to the Canadian Government regarding Universal Basic Income. Please read the article on their website and consider taking action.

The Canada Emergency Response Benefit (CERB) is set to end this fall. Help make history and call on our government to roll out a universal basic income program that would ensure a guaranteed annual income for everyone adequate to meet basic needs, allowing all people to live with dignity regardless of work status. E-mail our prime minister and deputy prime minister today. Take action! https://www.united-church.ca/social-action/act-now/create-universal-basic-income-program

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#UCCan #UBI #basicincome #dignity

Join us this Sunday in Celebrating Hospitality! Jayne Slawson will be leading this worship. Sunday at 10:30 am: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wXAPREXewoI&feature=youtu.be

The Langley School District Foundation is selling t-shirts with Be Kind, or Choose Kindness printed on them for $20. Please support the program that helps feed our school children from struggling families.

The Langley School District Foundation has witnessed a “pandemic of kindness” during the COVID-19 crisis and we are so grateful. We want kindness to be contagious and now we can wear it for all to see!

The Langley School District Foundation has designed two beautiful cotton t-shirts for all to wear at your stores, restaurants, businesses, schools and associations. Our message is clear - Choose Kindness and Be KIND. The t-shirts are on sale for $20 each. For more info and shirt purchases go to https://bit.ly/30MDmlm

All proceeds go to support the Langley School District Foundation's Pandemic of Kindness Campaign, to provide $50 gift cards to more than 650 struggling families each week for as long as the COVID-19 crisis persists.

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Roots & Wings Book Cooperative Reopens

Did you know that we have a bookstore at our Murrayville location? It connects readers with the best of the new Christian literature, magazines and other publications.
Roots & Wings Book Cooperative is open on Tuesdays 10am-2:30pm, currently BY appointment only.
https://www.unitedchurchesoflangley.ca/news/roots-wings-book-cooperative-reopens

unitedchurchesoflangley.ca Roots & Wings Books Cooperative is open to serve all in our faith communities who get spiritual nourishment from reading. The bookstore is located in the basement of United Churches of Langley's Murrayville site with the entrance on 48th Avenue. There are stairs or a ramp to the door, where you...

This Sunday United Churches of Langley will be Celebrating Diversity with Rev Gabrielle Suedfeld. Join us at 10:30 am here:https://youtu.be/d1huAtWwA2o

Here is a lovely Camp Spirit moment yesterday morning!

This Sunday, we are celebrating Peace with Rev Sophia Ducey and participants of the first week of our Camp Spirit! Livestream, as usual, starts at 10:30am here: https://youtu.be/GWqJEOwT230

Getting ready to welcome children next week for our Covid-safe outdoor camp! We have been meticulous in creating SAFE and fun activities. Space is still available for children (and their bubble of friends!) to join in this outdoor week of Practicing Peace! Gardening, peace poles, meditation jars, outdoor fun with pool noodles as our way of keeping our physical distance from each other. For more info and connection to registration: https://www.unitedchurchesoflangley.ca/news/camp-spirit-in-langley

This was in May...

The support we have received from United Churches of Langley has been AMAZING! We are so grateful for the $17,000 donated to the Food for Thought Program. Langley students and their families will be given the help they need thanks to your generosity. https://bit.ly/3cMP3vD

On this rainy day Camp Spirit crew, led by Rev Sophia Ducey is setting up the tents and preparing everything for three weeks of children's day camp, starting next Monday. There are still some spaces available. Register your children at www.campspirit.ca.

This Sunday, we are celebrating Endings and Beginnings!
This will be a very special worship service, as it will be the last Sunday with Rev. Hilde Seal as a minister with United Churches of Langley. Livestream starts at 10:30am here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AAynxPHMpN0&feature=youtu.be

This Sunday - Celebrating Ritual!
Join us for live-streaming at 10:30am, and have some bread ready for breaking and grape juice, so everyone can share in Communion together this Sunday! You will find a link at www.ucol.ca.

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UCoL Jazz Vespers - 2020-07-19

We had a lovely Jazz Vespers last Sunday, with Jennifer Scott and Rene Worst. You can watch the recording.

Offerings during the service are accepted online at https://givepoint.com/unitedchurcheso... Permission to podcast/stream the music obtained from ONE LICENSE...

Our Story

At United Churches of Langley, we are bringing generations together, in a faith community that communicates a message of hope, faith and God’s unconditional welcome. We strive to be a place of belonging, spiritual growth and learning for all ages. We reach out and express our values of compassion, social justice and respect for creation in the wider society.

As expressed in our Principles, we strive to:


  • Engage with the wider community

  • Listen for the Spirit ‘pored out’ on God’s people
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    21562 Old Yale Road
    Langley, BC
    V3A 4M8

    General information

    Church Office: 604-530-2929, [email protected] 21562 Old Yale Road, Langley, BC V3A 4M8 Worship Locations: Murrayville site: 21562 Old Yale Road, Langley Fort Langley site: 9025 Glover Road, Fort Langley

    Opening Hours

    Monday 09:00 - 14:00
    Tuesday 09:00 - 14:00
    Wednesday 09:00 - 14:00
    Thursday 09:00 - 14:00
    Friday 09:00 - 14:00
    Sunday 10:00 - 13:00
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