Adults and Seniors

There are many opportunities to share in the exciting activities at Central United!IMG_0098

Central’s Super Sale!

Every October we host the largest sale around!  With Silent Auction items, Garage Sale, Jewellery, Linens, Clothing, Books, Baking and Deli, there’s something for everyone.

Harvest Kitchen

As a host for Harvest Kitchen, we provide meals every Sunday night. Central provides one of our congregation members to liaise with outside churches to ensure that the dinners run smoothly.  Every 4th and 5th Sunday, the congregation does the cooking and we can always use an extra set of hands!  Contact the Office if you’re interested in helping!

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Lots of food and fun to be had!

Church Family Ministry Events

After church, once a month, we have a church family ministry event with everyone welcome as we celebrate meaningful activities (usually with food!)  Activities include an Un-Birthday Party, Ladies Tea, Halloween Party, Advent Festival and so much more!

Unit 9

Our women meet each month for study, fellowship and service:
Unit 9 meets the first Tuesday of the month at 9:30 a.m.  They hold two fundraisers during the year called our Soup and Sandwich luncheon in the fall and spring.IMG_1247

Pastoral Care

There’s nothing like connecting over tea and goodies, and our Pastoral Care committee ensures that our seniors, shut ins, friends, and neighbours still feel connected the life of our congregation.  We also hold worship services at St. Charles Village and Lookout Ridge so that no one is excluded.

Choir

Our Choir meets every Thursday night at 7:30pm to add to worship, share our gifts, and have fun singing.  No experience necessary!

This isn't our choir - but we are blessed to host several musical groups that share their gifts with our community.
This isn’t our choir – but we are blessed to host several musical groups that share their gifts with our community.

Refugees

Central United Church, in partnership with Mountainview United Church in St. Catharines, as well as local partners, have sponsored a family from the Myanmar region to resettle here in Welland.  Our committee is committed to ensuring that their transition to life in Canada is as smooth as possible.  Contact the Office if you’re interested in helping!

We are always looking for new ways to connect with one another…look for more information soon about the Writing Club and the Quilting Group here at Central United.