Exploring Faith and Building Relationships with God, People, and the Earth

Sunday services start at 10:30am.

Special children’s activities and nursery care provided

March 6 ,   Adventures of the Spirit  Theme – Trust


Upcoming Events

Art of the Spirit – explore your spiritual path through art.  Workshops on Monday Mar 6, 13, 20, 27, from  7-8 pm.  Register with  Brett at

Prayers for Lentfrom the community of Taize

Children’s Peace Theatre Sunday, Feb. 19, 26, March 5, March 19, March 26 from 10:30-11:30 am. This free program, for children aged 6-12 years, explores peace and justice-making through the arts.

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Information from the March 5, 2017 Congregational Meeting

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Beach United Church
140 Wineva Avenue
Toronto, ON M4E 2T4

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Beach United Church is a congregation of the United Church of Canada, located in the Beaches neighbourhood of Toronto. Our Sunday services start at 10:30am and there are lots of other things happening throughout the week. All are welcome. We strive to be a community where people of all ages and circumstances can enrich their spiritual lives.
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Beach United ChurchThursday, March 23rd, 2017 at 2:39am
Wise words from Brother Roger of Taize: "I say to myself, go on seeking, be glad for being sensitive, be glad you're able to go beyond the resistance inside you. It is our resistance to what we experience that makes creativity possible. So don't get rid of resistance like that by going around it or trying to eliminate it. Our own limitations put up strong resistance, but it's because of that that we are creators."
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Beach United ChurchTuesday, March 21st, 2017 at 2:00am
Monday Meditation: If it doesn't add to your life, it doesn't belong in your life.
A stone found on a Toronto beach carried this message. What do these words suggest to you?
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Beach United ChurchMonday, March 20th, 2017 at 4:39am
Today in church we learned that, at any one time, around 130 First Nations across Canada have to cope with water that is unsafe to drink. For many, these problems have gone on for years, even decades. Amnesty International has a petition calling for the Canadian government to ensure that everyone has access to clean water. Click the link here to learn more and sign the petition:
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Beach United ChurchSaturday, March 18th, 2017 at 2:04am
From Karen's eSpirit message this week: Water is fluid, there is nothing fixed or rigid about it. Many of us are drawn to water, as it can be a place of spiritual renewal. Rituals and festivals often include water. There is sense that as water flows, people are freed to reflect, grow and be. Joy Mead’s poem, “Woman at the Well,” also gives a sense of renewal and hope:

Thirsty people, wanting
containers for their needs
and their longings ;
women with the means
to draw fresh water;
colour, activity
fertile wetness,
bodies of hope –
gather around a possibility
of blossoming deserts
and flourishing people;
growing food
and healthy children.

A well is a telling place
where perceptions are changed
and tomorrow welcomed;
where hidden stories
bubble up joyfully
to heal and enliven
every part
of our shared being.

[Photo by Yulia Sobel]
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Beach United ChurchThursday, March 16th, 2017 at 2:21am
Wise words from Matthew Fox: "To connect with the great river we all need a path, but when you get down there there's only one river."
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