Every Sunday 10:30am
|Come and enjoy our services with Rev. Dr. Philip Gardner in our warm sanctuary!
Coffee, tea, treats, and fellowship time in the parlour after the service.
Starting Jan 12th, at 12 noon, every other Sunday for 5 sessions, Rev. Gardner hosts a group discussion on the book "How to read the Bible and still be a Christian" by John Dominic Crossan.
Ash Wednesday, Feb. 26th : Joint service at 12 noon will be held at East Plains United Church.
Lent I Communion : Sunday, March 1st, 10:30 a.m.
|Lenten Sunday Afternoons|
at St. Matthew's Anglican Church, 126 Plains Road East
|The Churches on Plains Road (West Plains United, East Plains United, St. Matthew's Anglican), plus Holy Cross Lutheran Church on Lakeshore Road, are offering an Ecumenical Lenten Series in 2020. The core idea is to offer a “spiritual practice” session each Sunday afternoon followed by Holden Evening Prayer (a short, reflective sung service led by our musicians and singers).
The spiritual practice session would begin at 2:00pm in the Fireside Room, and Evening Prayer would start at 3:30pm in the Sanctuary with a short refreshment break between.
Learn a new Spiritual Practice (2:00pm) with our clergy and lay leaders.
Join in Holden Evening Prayer (3:30pm) with our musicians and singers.
Come for One, Some or All!
Sunday March 1st – Scripture by Heart – Canon Susan Wilson
Sunday March 8th – Contemplative Prayer – Canon Stuart Pike
Sunday March 15th – Celtic Spirituality – Rev. Barbara Fullerton
Sunday March 22nd – Ignatius and Julian – Rev. Philip Gardner
Sunday March 29th – Praying the Labyrinth – Justine Giuliani
All sessions will take place at
St. Matthew’s, 126 Plains Road East
|Sing! Sing a Song
All are welcome to come and sing favourite songs from the 1920’s to the 1970’s.
(Tea for Two? Red River Valley? You are my sunshine! It's a grand night for singing!)
Tap your toes to Mary’s lively piano playing! Guest musicians may appear too!
Free - all welcome and bring friends and neighbours.
Tea & Cookies Included!
Please check back in March for spring dates.
|Sunday April 26th, 2020|
|Live @ West Plains! presents...
Performing Live at the West Plains United Church Sanctuary
2 pm, Sunday, April 26th, 2020
Clarkson Brass is an exciting brass and percussion ensemble founded in the summer of 2018. This group of 11 dedicated musicians, based in Clarkson, ON, under the leadership of Neil Barlow, performs a variety of musical styles.
Join Clarkson Brass and special guest vocalist Tricia Cole for an afternoon of light and entertaining musical selections. Vocals will include Norah Jones' "Don't Know Why" and the ever-popular "Lady is a Tramp". Brass highlights include "Penny Lane" and "Songs of Newfoundland".
Admission at the door is by donation - $15 suggested. Refreshments will be served following the concert.
West Plains United Church is an accessible space. Free parking.
To join the exclusive Live!@West Plains concerts email list, please send your request to Lianne at Liannetanmusic@gmail.com
|Sunday May 24th, 2020 7 pm|
Carlisle United Church, Centre Road, Carlisle
|The Annual 3 Choirs Spring Concert featuring Showtunes
Come and enjoy the singers, soloists, and instrumentalists of West Plains United, St. James (Waterdown) United, and Carlisle United Churches as they join forces for another enjoyable performance!
Freewill donations gratefully received to support the music ministries at all three churches.