February is Black History or African Heritage Month in Canada. It is a time to honour the contributions and struggles of peoples of African descent. In February we will be including some special stories each week from our United Church of Canada which we hope will help you to understand more about Black History Month in Canada and appreciate better the struggles of our black siblings then and now.
Due to provincial regulations, we are closed
for in-person Worship until further notice.
Due to COVID-19, office hours are currently remote only.
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We are an exciting mix of both the old and the new, honouring tradition while welcoming the challenge of fresh opportunities. Being faithful in these times of transition is extremely challenging. In a very profound way, God is reinventing the church for life and witness in a new age. We look forward to sharing with you on Sunday or throughout the week.
Siloam United Church seeks to be an inclusive, welcoming community. Our baptism, communion, membership and marriage rites are open to all who seek to walk in the way of Christ regardless of age, gender, race and sexual orientation. … more