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Welcome to Cambridge Street United Church in Lindsay, Ontario, Canada.

We are a part of the United Church of Canada.

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MARK YOUR CALENDAR!

Sept. 11 Welcome Back Sunday – Sunday school classes begin

                  Welcome Back BBQ following service

Oct. 1       Fall Rummage Sale
Oct. 2      Service 10:40 am Worldwide Communion & observing Orange Shirt Day and the National Day for Truth and Reconciliation with Indigenous Peoples.
Auditions for “A Christmas Carol” after the service.
Oct. 21    Roast Beef Dinner
Oct. 29    Phantom of the Organ
Oct. 30      Guest speaker Henry Reinders of Canadian Foodgrains
Dec. 2 & 3  A Christmas Carol – directed by Szabina Kitchen

Auditions for A Christmas Carol will take place after church (11:45) on Sunday, Oct. 2

Online Donations

If our church building and offices are closed, our website is always open and ready to receive your generous donations through Canada Helps. Thank you!

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Mission Statement

“We, as members of Cambridge Street United Church, seek to follow Jesus Christ through word, music, and social action; thereby, nurturing our personal faith and supporting the faith journey of others.  We promise to be stewards of our living earth, to share with those in need, and to be welcoming to all.”

Our Affirming Covenant

Cambridge Street United Church’s Affirming Covenant is a call to action to create a just and caring Community of Faith and safe space with a continuing commitment to publicly, intentionally and explicitly welcome and celebrate people of all diversities, including but not limited to, age, colour, race, culture, ethnicity, economic circumstances, gender identity, sexual orientation, Indigenous heritage, physical and mental health and ability, spiritual affiliation, and marital or family status. We aspire to include and support the full participation of people of all diversities in all aspects of the life and work of our ministry.