What’s on?

Please join us any Sunday
Worship is @ 10 a.m. weekly

Sunday morning for kids

Sunday School, is available for kids, in Junior-Kindergarten through Grade 6. Everyone begins worship in the sanctuary with his or her family. After “The Gospel with kids”, they’re welcome to head to the hall for classes.

Nursery Care is available, for babies & pre-schoolers, after the Gospel with kids.
Please do not leave children in the nursery until caregivers arrive.

Youth Group,for those in grades 7-12, meets weekly, after beginning
worship in the sanctuary.
Parents and youth are encouraged to contact Prince Owusu, Family & Youth Outreach Leader if they have questions or need assistance.

Coming up:

Teen Depression and Suicide Prevention: Help for Parents and other adults
Gloucester Presbyterian Church (91 Pike Street) will be hosting a “Teen Depression and Suicide Prevention” evening workshop on Tuesday November 26, 7-9 p.m.

This workshop is not for teens. The workshop will offer clear and practical advice for parents and adults who work with teens. A professional counsellor will help attendees better understand:

  • the difference between normal adolescent development
    and depression or suicidality
  • risk and protective factors
  • warning signs and symptoms
  • internal and external messages
  • helpful support strategies for family, friends and community partners.
  • Cost: $10/person. Tea/coffee/snacks will be provided.

For more information, contact the church office: 613-737-3820.


CBC’s Tom Allen presents
a fun, inspiring reading & fabulous music:
Charles Dickens’
A Christmas Carol

Saturday, November 30,
, Gloucester Church

Special guests: Solomon Azoh-Mbi, Denise Allen-Macartney, Melissa Allen, & Kellylee Evans. Musicians: Tom Allen (trombone), Wes Allen (bass), Kellylee Evans (voice), Lori Gemmell (harp), Peter Gemmell (winds), Valeriy Nehovora (drums), Sabrina Tang (piano), & Hanna Williamson (violin).

$10 per person / $20 per family at the door.

Proceeds support Roberta Bondar School Breakfast Program, for students who would otherwise come to school hungry. A Music In Greenboro Production

Did you know…Probus Club of Alta-Vista, meets at the church on the 4th Wednesday of the month, (except December). Volunteer run & non-profit, their goal, “is to provide Fellowship, Friendship and Fun for men and women in their retirement and semi-retirement years”. A social time begins with coffee @ 9:30 am, followed by an interesting presentation by a guest speaker. Probus welcomes new members and encourages you and those you know to join them as a visitor. Regular attendance requires a small membership fee, which supports the activities of the club. The next meeting will be Wednesday November 27. For more information, visit the Probus Canada website: https://www.probus.org/welcome.html

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