Toronto Welsh Male Voice Choir Topsail United Church is pleased to present the Toronto Welsh Male Voice Choir (TWMVC) on Saturday, July 7th @ 7:00 p.m. Tickets are $20 each and children under 12 are free. Proceeds to be split between the Mission & Service Fund and the CBS/Paradise Community Food Bank. You can call the office to purchase a ticket in advance or they will be available at the door. If you would like further information about the TWMVC please visit their website at .
BURRY HEIGHTS Day is Sept. 15th. A day of fun, food, friendship and song. Reminisce with old friends and meet some new ones. Enjoy lunch and/or supper and this year, for the first time, a Dinner Theatre. Visit or call 709-229-7883 for further information.
ANNOUNCEMENTS: Please remember to read the Other Church and Community Announcements for information on other events and activities you may be interested in. Also read the Week's Activities page for information on events taking place in the church in the upcoming week.
PLEASE NOTE: Announcements on this page are those concerning Topsail United Church only. For information about what is happening at other churches, please go to Other Church Announcements and for information about activities in the Community, go to Community Announcements
CHURCH GROUPS: For more information on the different groups and when they meet, CLICK HERE
USHERS: Looking for ushers, for Sunday services . Please consider contributing to our church family in this way . We are looking for both female and male ushers . Age is not a factor , all are welcome . If you can help out here , please contact the office or Doreen Cave @ 834 5464
THE UNITED CHURCH OBSERVER: The magazine connects you to congregations across the country and informs you of United Church news locally, nationally and around the world. FOR ONLY $25 a year (May to May) you receive 11 issues full of wonderful articles about our church and current topics. To renew or take out a subscription, please put $25 in an envelope marked "Observer" and your name and place it in the Offering plate. To find out more and receive a sample of the magazine, please see Gillian Corbett or Mildred Coles after service.
PRE-AUTHORIZED REMITTANCE (PAR): Currently we have 124 families on PAR. If you would like to have your offerings automatically deducted from your bank or visa/MasterCard monthly, please pick up a “sign-up form” from the vestibule or contact the church office @ 834-4567 for more information.
WEEKLY BULLETIN DEDICATIONS: If you would like to dedicate a bulletin in 2018 in memory of a loved one or in celebration of a special event; please fill your name & phone number on the Bulletin Dedication Poster located in the vestibule or call the church office @ 834-4567.
are available in the vestibule to collect coins for the Mission &
Service Fund. Please return banks to the church when they are
filled and add your name to the bank so you will be credited for the
GIFTS WITH VISION: A GIVING CATALOGUE FROM THE UNITED CHURCH: The United Church is providing a catalogue in response to people’s requests to be able to give gifts to family, friends, and loved ones that are in direct support of the church’s Mission and Service partners across Canada and around the world.
Everyone will find something to share with the special people in their lives. Gifts are available in a range of dollar amounts, as well as for many areas of need: hunger, shelter, education, health, safety, mobility, and more.
A gift from the catalogue is a celebration of faith, the United Church, and the special events that give our lives meaning. We hope the options offered will allow all of us to help change the world through our gift-giving. Catalogues are available in the vestibule.
IN MEMORIAM CARDS EAST DISTRICT CHAPLANCY: East District Executive has given permission for the use of these cards within our Pastoral Charges as a fundraiser for our Chaplaincy ministry. Expressing condolences through memorial gifts has become a very meaningful way of remembering departed loved ones and friends. Most obituaries these days either name a charity or give the option of donating to the charity of one's choice. This practice provides a double benefit. It gives friends a meaningful way of remembering and helps charitable organizations fulfill their mission in challenging times. The New are available in the vestibule.
SCENT FREE ENVIRONMENT: Please be advised that our Church building is a scent free environment and we ask when attending service or any functions here at the Church please refrain from wearing perfumes, colognes, strong scented body washes etc. Thank you.
HEARING IMPAIRED: The Board of Topsail United Church wishes to advise members of the congregation that consideration will be given to purchasing for hearing impaired members portable hearing aids for their use during church service at Topsail United Church. Any hearing impaired member of the Congregation wishing to avail of this potential service please advise the Church Office or any member of the Board."
MORE CHURCH ANNOUNCEMENTS... See General Church Information for more information about activities at Topsail United Church.
THE BOARD CARES ABOUT WHAT YOU THINK! If you have a question or comment about an aspect of the operation of the Church that the Board is responsible, do not hesitate to speak to a Board member or to contact the Chair of the Board, by leaving a message at the Church Office 834-4567
SEVERE ALLERGIES: there are persons in our congregation who have a severe allergy to Lilies. Please consider another type of flower if you wish to place flowers in the Church.
SUNDAY SCHOOL NICKELS: The penny is being phased out of Canadian currency. As a result, our Sunday School children will be collecting nickels from the congregation to donate to the 'Nickel Bucket.' There is a bucket available in the vestibule and also one in the Sunday School! Each year, monies collected from the Buckets are donated to a variety of global social justice initiatives.
PARENTS WITH CHILDREN: There is a nursery corner for toddlers available downstairs in the Church Hall during our worship service. The nursery corner features a rocking chair, toy box, and children's furniture. A washroom with a change table is available in the Church Hall. The Conference Room is also available if a private nursing area is required. The Conference Room can be accessed through the side doors at the front of the sanctuary. There is a washroom located within the Conference Room. Our children's program, Godly Play, is available most Sundays and is primarily designed for children ages 4 - 11. The Godly Play room is adjacent to the Church Hall and is supervised by two adults, the storyteller and the door person.
FOOD ALLERGIES: During our Sunday morning children’s ministry, Godly Play, we often share a small meal, “the feast”, consisting of fruit juice, water, cookies, and/or fruit. Please notify our Godly Play leaders if your child has any food allergies or special requirements.
LARGE PRINT BULLETINS: We have available in the front Vestibule some large print bulletins for anyone who may need one, just ask the ushers
OVERFLOW PARKING: The S.U.F. have kindly offered the use of their parking to us for Sunday mornings when our own car park is full.
CHURCH ACTIVITIES & GROUPS: You will find on the various pages of this web site information about the activities for all the Church Groups. Plan to become an active member of your church. Information on most programs can be found by Clicking Here