Explore Spirituality

Dublin is a safe place to bring your questions about life and God and discover for yourself what a difference a meaningful life can be. We are all spiritual people. How might you nurture yours?

Embrace Action

Dublin's mission invites us to live God's love, enact it as a congregation share it in our community and nurture it in our world. As a diverse community we have many ways of living out that mission. Discover some of them here.

Experience Belonging

You are welcome here. We believe you aren’t meant to go through life alone. We need each other. Regardless of what you might hear not all churches are the same. We are a community of straight and queer, young and old, broken and healing, able and challenged, rich and poor. There’s a place for you too.

Worship Time

Sunday, Stories and Song is happening Sundays! Check emails for more information on events and places.

Youth gatherings are back.  Check out the events!

Online Sunday Worship event (new post each Sunday)

In-person worship at 10:30am (pre-registration required)





Latest News

Latest Events

Sunday Youth Time

Hey! We are getting back together on Sunday morning this week. Be in touch with Colleen if you are not on her email list. youthcoordinator@dublin.on.ca

Sunday Spiritual event Online

Join for our weekly Spiritual time online this week! Prayers, music, reflection will be part of the day.

Weekly Spiritual Experience

We believe that the light of God is experienced personally and communally. It is important to celebrate this light, embrace its warmth,and have others lift it up for us when we are struggling to see it. We take time each week to be and share this light together. You would be most welcome to be a part of this gathering and sharing time.

Online Contemplation Group

The Wednesday afternoon Contemplation Group returns online on Wednesday, October 20 beginning at 1:30 pm and ending at 3 pm. The group begins in a shared time of silence and then engages with a book using a taking stick form of communication. Our book this year is a memoir by Alf Dumont, an Indigenous United Church minister, The Other Side of the River - From Church Pew to Sweat Lodge.