Welcome to East Plains United Church

We consider ourselves a friendly church, open to all and we would very much like the opportunity to meet you and celebrate together in Christian Worship.

Please be advised that our church building is temporarily closed due to COVID-19. Our staff is now working from home.

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Wesley Christmas.
Because of COVID-19, Wesley will be packing Christmas gifts in hampers to go out to community organizations. Recipients will not come to pick up their own gifts. The need is great but a little different this year.   Below is a list of suggested gifts organized by where they should be dropped off.
Drop off at, or mail to church:
Cheques to EPUC, memo line “Wesley Christmas”

Gift cards – favourites include Shoppers Drug Mart, Canadian Tire, and Giant Tiger

Drop off other gift items:

In a box on the covered porch of Bob and Inse Panabaker (593 Deborah Crescent, Burlington, L7T 2N2 [just off King Rd]  phone: 905-681-9234):

New items that will fit in a hamper, such as socks, underwear, toiletries, cosmetics, games, etc.

First Sunday of Advent November 29, 2020.
Advent 1.

Advent, a four week time of preparation before Christmas, begins the Church year. The first Sunday in Advent ofter has a focus of Hope.
Please join us for our Sunday worship service at 10:30am on Zoom. Go to our Event page for the link.

Christmas Day Dinner.
15th Annual Community Dinner Dec.25

This is the 15th Annual Christmas Day dinner organized by Mary Dilly with the help of community and church volunteers. Wellington Square will host the dinner this year, 11:00am-2:00pm. The format this year is different so please see the flyer for more information.

A letter from Brenda Casey.

A letter from Brenda Casey, president of the Tekera Foundation.
Our church has just received a letter from Brenda Casey dated September 30, 2020. It's a thank you letter for the donations our church sent to the Tekera Foundation in Uganda.  As a show of gratitude for these donations, the Women's Craft Group at the TRC made 120 angels by hand and mailed them to Pat Vollick, our liaison with the TRC. An image of three of the angels appears on this page. Please take the time to read the letter which is posted on our website on the Tekera page under Ministries/ Wider Work. It's a lovely letter and it makes us at EP proud to be a part of this very important program.

Welcome to East Plains UC

We are so glad you found us. East Plains UC is a positive, practical, progressive approach to Christianity based on the teachings of Jesus and the power of prayer.

Land Acknowledgment

EPUC is on traditional territory of the Haudenosaunee, Anishinaabe, and Neutral peoples, which is part of the Dish with One Spoon and Upper Canada Treaties.