East Plains United Church
Cemetery at East Plains United Church

CHURCH NEWS

East Plains VBS 2017
 To register for our VBS 2017 click the link. East Plains VBS 2017

STEM
 East Plains will be hosting STEM students during the months of July and August. For more info on STEM click here. STEM

Sunday bulletin for July 23 2017
 Josephine Braun preaching.  PDF

Vista Orders.
 Future order due dates are September 3 + 17.   PDF

Joseph Wasswa 9yrs
 Joseph is the brother of Agnes and both attend the Tekera Mission in Uganda. Our church donates funding to help with their education. View Joseph's latest term results; he is doing quite well. PDF

Tekera Mission, Uganda.
 East Plains UC is sponsoring a young Ugandan girl by the name of Nanyonga Agnes who attends a vocational school in Masaka Uganda. View the letter she sent us dated October 2016. You can also view a video of her; go to our Wider Work page and click Tekera Mission. PDF

Hamilton Conference.
 Click the link for the latest news from Hamilton Conference. Hamilton Conference website.

Partnership West Family Support Network.
 Our Vision: "To expand our outreach to meet the changing needs of our  community as it responds to hungar."   Partnership West Family Support Network.

A complete list of activities is available on the Calendar page.

CEMETERY

In 1793, Harcar Lyons and his wife, Marcy Peers, widow of Thomas Roseborough came from Warren, Sussex County, New Jersey. They petitioned Governor Simcoe for a grant of land and settled in East Flamborough.

In 1838 Joseph Lyons, a son of Harcar, inherited Lot 3 in Concession 1, East Flamborough, when his father died. The East Flamborough map in the Wentworth County Atlas of 1875 shows a church on Lot 3, Concession 1. This is East Plains United Church, 375 Plains Road East, Aldershot.

The memorial stone for Joseph Lyons in this cemetery reads: "Joseph Lyons gave this land in 1843 and built the first church on it mostly at his own expense - died April 1872 aged 72 years" (he died in Minnesota).

For more information from the Ontario Genealogical Society, click here