Friday File (weekly update)

Friday File – KFF July 3, 2020 (Click this link to read the Friday File)

Sunday morning worship will continue online via the Livestreaming that Rideau Park United does every Sunday.   You can find that at – click on Watch Live at 10 am on Sunday!  

Archived Kitchissippi Friday Files

KFF June 26, 2020

KFF June 19, 2020

KFF June 12, 2020

KFF June 5, 2020

KFF May 29, 2020

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UPDATED – Monday, March 16, 2020

Monday Greetings,

KUC Council and I wish to update you on recent decisions concerning the church.

During this time of COVID-19 physical distancing, as per public health advisories, Kitchissippi United Church will close for until further notice. All events will be cancelled. (This includes the Book Study, Men’s Breakfast, the Rummage Sale and any other meeting that was scheduled.) Most, if not all, rentals will be cancelled. We have taken these actions to contribute to the broader public health efforts to contain the spread of COVID-19 within our church and the community, and note that most churches and other religious organizations are doing the same. The church office will be closed however email and phone messages will be monitored regularly but remotely.

When thinking about how we might continue to worship together, I contacted the Ministers at Rideau Park United Church and they have graciously allowed me to join their livestream services on Sunday mornings. This Sunday, March 22nd, the Rev. Steve Clifton will be preaching and the Rev. Elizabeth Bryce and I will lead worship. We will do this at a good physical distance from one another.

I encourage you to join the service via livestream by clicking on WATCH NOW from their website: at 10 am on Sunday mornings. If you miss it during that time, you can watch it later that day or anytime by looking for the archives on their site.

We will be reviewing the situation on an ongoing basis and will provide regular updates to you. Do keep well.

Rev. Jenni