Cambridge St. United Church has suspended all group and in-person gatherings until April 30, 2020. The church building is closed. Council will reassess the situation during the first week of May based on the most up-to-date government guidelines and regulations.
Cambridge St. is very fortunate to have the ability to offer livestreaming on Sundays. Staff members will provide a worship service each Sunday morning at our regular worship time of 10:30 to 11:30 a.m. You can start to log on to livestreaming any time after 9:45 a.m. to avoid overloading the system all at once. In the box below, “click HERE to livestream our service” Do not come to the church because we cannot offer a public service of worship under Ontario’s emergency measures. We will worship together as a ‘virtual’ community of faith.
For all pastoral care concerns and inquiries, please contact either Rev. Craig Donnelly or Rev. Robin Thomson at 705-324-3547. Follow the voice prompt options to leave a message. All messages will be checked remotely and regularly.
Cambridge St. needs your continued support, especially during time of crises. Donations can be made through CanadaHelps.org on our website homepage, cheques mailed to the church, or call the office to leave a message for Pam to help you with a secure bank eTransfer or provide information for Pre-Authorized Remittance (PAR). If you would like to drop off donations, please put through the secure mail slot on the Cambridge St entrance small door, which will be checked and collected daily. Thank you for your contributions to the church. We appreciate your support.
Welcome to our website
Cambridge Street United Church invites everyone to join us at our Sunday worship services and our wide range of Church and community events.
We are a member of the East Central Ontario Regional Council of the United Church of Canada. Lindsay is about 120km northeast of Toronto in the City of Kawartha Lakes.7
Our Sunday services commence at 10:30am led by Rev. Craig Donnelly. Our worship is enriched by our Director of Music, Erwin Stroobach, and the many choirs and bell choirs that he leads. If you have children, they would be warmly welcomed by our very active Sunday School.
Click HERE to livestream our service
For best results while live streaming our events, we suggest that you use the latest version of Google Chrome as your browser
Regrettably, although we are still pursuing the matter, it appears at this point that the archived copy of our March 22 service has been lost. For those of you who may have missed part or all of the service due to the technical issues we experienced, Reverend Craig has re-recorded his message, which is followed by the anthem music and video clip that was played that morning. While this is of course only a portion of the service, it will hopefully give a sense of the spirit of the event.
In an attempt to ease the sheer volume of viewers that tuned in to our broadcast at 10:30 AM March 22, thereby slowing down access, we will begin the broadcasts from now on at 9:45, to allow everyone an opportunity to log in gradually before the 10:30 service start, and hopefully avoid the same problem.
What Makes Cambridge St Special?
Faith In Action
“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.”