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Christmas Eve Service at the Greenbank Church led by Juli Conard-Myers. Join us for a reflective and candlelight celebration of the gifts we both receive and give at Christmastime. Expect to enjoy special musical guest Erin Clark and the Greenbank Choir.

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This is the highly awaited performance by our talented Sunday School kids in their Christmas concert. As well the blacklight puppets will be performing and if everyone is good, we may have a very special visitor!

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This is a chance for those who couldn’t attend the Friday performance of our famous blacklight puppeteers to see 21 local youth perform 15 songs with over 400 costumes and props !

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This is your first opportunity to see our famous Blacklight puppets with 21 local youth performing 15 songs with over 400 costumes and props!

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Choir rehearsal is every Thursday at 7:30 p.m. in the church. All voices are welcome! The choir helps lead worship music and sings an anthem at each Sunday service. The choir has begun rehearsals for the December 17 evening Christmas concert. The first part of the rehearsal (about an hour) is devoted to the Christmas […]

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Join Greenbank on Oct 29 for the Greenbank Anniversary with music by choir and “Add Water and Stir” and our guest speaker Gordon Taylor!

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A sacrament is a symbolic action, or ritual, by which people of faith encounter the presence and goodness of God. In a sacrament, ordinary things like water, bread, and wine are used to point us to God and God’s love, reminding us of the sacred in life. In the United Church, we celebrate two sacraments: […]

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The national day to remember those who died in military service, and honour those who served in wartime, is observed across Canada each year on 11 November – the anniversary of the Armistice agreement, on 11 November 1918, that ended the First World War. On 6 November 1919, almost a year after the end of […]

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The origins of Canadian Thanksgiving are more closely connected to the traditions of Europe than of the United States. Long before Europeans settled in North America, festivals of thanks and celebrations of harvest took place in Europe in the month of October. The very first Thanksgiving celebration in North America took place in Canada when […]

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