Everyone is invited – especially those who like to sing! Taizé at Northlea is an informal service of prayer that combines candlelight, silence and Scripture with simple chants to help build awareness of God’s presence in ourselves, and in community.
The Northlea United Church Refugee Support Group plans to launch a Summer Clothing Drive. Clothing will be collected at the church between now and Sunday, April 30th and will be given to New Circles who operate GLOW (Gently Loved Outfits to Wear). This is a free clothing service that ensures that thousands of newcomers and other families who are economically vulnerable can meet their basic need for clothing. New Circles ask that clothing be:
✓ Selected; Quality items, Clothing, Shoes, Accessories.
✓ Washed; should be clean and odorless.
✓ Sorted; Mens, Womens, Kids/Teens, Shoes/ Accessories.
✓ Bagged; Folded and placed in plastic bags. No boxes, bins or suitcases please. Labell
On Saturday April 22, Northlea United Church will be participating in the annual City of Toronto Community Cleanup Day.
The location chosen for cleanup is Serena Gundy Park, starting at the entrance at Rykert Crescent. Our cleanup starts at 10:15 am and lasts 2 hours. Come out and join in!