Everyone Welcome!

Sunday Morning at 10:00am

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Celebrating 58 years of Fellowship in 2020

2020 Covid 19 Response:   On line services are available here for each weekly worship during this isolation time.

April 26, 2020 Click here

April 12, 2020 https://youtu.be/ynPW5UWKe_g?list=PL2Zc8EGSjk-CFrGy8Qe4An-WPtDb3Bmgu

April 8, 2020 https://youtu.be/8i4nTynXVak?list=PL2Zc8EGSjk-B-QKR3qYRBowwfRcc6faAo   

March 29, 2020 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PjEZtvbie9Y&list=PL2Zc8EGSjk-Clrr2lqbg1UoVrFdVEyJlF

Welcome to worship at Tsawwassen United Church

Everyone is welcome to participate in all areas of our worship service as they are able. Our greeters will welcome you at the door and will help with any questions or concerns you may have. Our congregation is made up of members from 95 years of age down to young children. Worship is filled with the word of God through scripture, sermon discussions and music all flowing in a format that is printed on a bulletin and projected onto a screen. Worship runs from 10:00 am to approximately 11:15- 11:30 am with a time of fellowship and refreshments following every service. All Children Welcome!IMG_1308

Our children’s program runs during worship time as the children are present to participate. This is done in the service through pictures, books, time in our children’s sanctuary activity area or with a Children’s Church leader apart from the worship service.


Holy Communion

On the first Sunday of each month we celebrate Holy Communion.
Everyone is welcome at God’s table, in the United Church’s tradition we recognize an open communion. 
We partake in communion by “Intinction”.  Going forward you receive the bread, dip it in the cup and eat. Returning to your seat we pause for prayerful meditation.

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Revised Common Lectionary

Our services follow the Seasons of the Christian Year with the Revised Common Lectionary guide. The Lectionary follows a three year cycle, carrying the church through the sweep of the entire biblical narrative. “The revised Common Lectionary is an ecumenical lectionary created by over twenty-five North American Protestant Churches and the Roman Catholic International Commission on the English in the Liturgy. Lectionaries have been in use in the church since the Fourth Century.”For upcoming services see the Event Calendar.