IN-PERSON WORSHIP RETURNS SEPTEMBER 13! Cambridge Street United Church is now open for in-person worship services at 10:40 a.m. Everyone is welcome! The church’s Reopening Readiness Task Group has established a plan governing all aspects of our activities. It complies with provincial guidelines and the recommendations of our local health unit and has been provided to the East Central Ontario Regional Council office. The co-chairs of the task group have outlined what to expect before, during and after in-person worship — you can read that letter here. And if you want more detail, you can read a summary of the overall plan here. You may wish to pay special attention to new guidelines for where to park and which entrances to use to ensure access for people with limited mobility, and to minimize interaction between our congregation and that of Queen Street United Church, which will hold worship services in the lower hall from 9:20 to 10:20 a.m. on Sundays. If you do not feel comfortable coming to church in person for worship, of course you should feel absolutely no pressure to do so. Sunday services will still be livestreamed.
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.
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.
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.”