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Sunday Morning at 10:00am

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Celebrating 60 years of Fellowship in 2022
  • Nourishing an Inspiring Home for Spiritual Growth in Christ’s Love
    Through: Worship, Music, Care, Fellowship, Prayer, Study, Service & Outreach

WE CELEBRATE our 60th ANNIVERSARY this month.  
Please join us “in person” at 10 am Sunday mornings.
September 25th, 2022  taped service available HERE

IN PERSON worship on Sunday mornings at 10 am. Everyone is welcome, please join us. 

Masking, and Distancing is  now a recommendation only:
Moving forward, the church leadership Boards and Committees agreed that we will consider Masking a “Non Issue”. This means that it is fully a personal choice whether masks are worn or not. If you wish to wear a mask, do so. If you choose not to wear a mask, do so. While we always encourage everyone to be considerate of others, personal choice means we do not impose our personal choice or need on anyone else. No Shaming anyone for the choice they make.
We will move soon into having a short Coffee Hour in the church Hall following the Worship time.
WE continue to upload the services on YouTube in a timely manner. Links will be posted here when available.

Tsawwassen United Church continues to serve the South Delta area.

Your continued financial support is always gratefully received.
You may donate to Tsawwassen United Church by E Transfers to:  TUCdonate@gmail.com

Recent Sermons

June 19, 2022

As we are now in the season of the Spirit, following Pentecost, we are reminded of the way the Spirit works in us and through us to be the best we can be. Of course, we know, that is a flawed process as we humans trip over our best intentions. So it is by the sustaining and grace filled Spirit of God that we are able to recognize the gifts we have been given to use for Kingdom purposes.

May 29, 2022

The Meaning of Theophilus, to whom Paul is writing to, is “Lovers of God”. That you and me as well.
His message hits close to home in light of the Statement this congregation made in the Living Faith Circle Report. “… in short, what is God’s purpose for us, now and into the future?” We don’t seem to be comfortable answering that kind of direct Question.