NBUC Home

Service Times | Contact Us | 905-450-8003 |

 


Volunteer | Women's Ministry | Men's Ministry | Children, Youth & Family | Recreational Groups | Growing in Faith
Prayer & Congregational Care | Subscribe to Newsletter

Getting Connected
Women

 

Women's Ministry

Group Life Ministry at North Bramalea provides a place for people to form relationships, to belong and to have fellowship. Groups are formed by people with an interest and with the willingness to offer leadership.

The Women's Ministries is an umbrella for many women's groups at NBUC with different purposes. Organized by the interests of the participants, all groups offer fellowship and support the mission of North Bramalea U.C. 'enabling spiritually hungry people to share the life of Christ'.

Groups of the Women's Ministries are the Mom's Group, Tuesday Morning Craft Group, several Women in Touch Groups, UCW Women, Catering Group, Euchre Group, Bridge Group, Single Mom's Group, and Friendship Club Teas.

Contact: office@nbuc.ca.


The Craft Group

The Craft Group brings together women who love crafts meet every Tuesday morning to enjoy a morning out and to make crafts. The group organizes the Christmas Bazaar each year, where it sells its creations. For more information contact Anne Bertolini personally or via office@nbuc.ca.

Contact: Anne Bertolini

Top of Page        


Ladies' Euchre Group

The Ladies' Euchre Group meets on Monday afternoons to foster good relationships and to play euchre. All welcome. Contact: Mary Southcott in person or contact her through the office at office@nbuc.ca.

Contact: Mary Southcott

Top of Page        


United Church Women

A group of women who meet on the thirdt Thursday of each month. The group follows the traditional UCW format of devotionals and business, including support for projects of interest. For more information contact Shirley Ellison in person or via the office at office@nbuc.ca.

Contact: Shirley Ellison

Top of Page        


Women in Touch Groups

Small study groups on topics of interest to women, using books, videos and discussion to grow. For more information, contact Mary Ann Allin personally or via the office office@nbuc.ca.

Contact: Mary Ann Allin

Top of Page        

       
    
loading