We take caring for the other as one of our callings as Christians.  This caring can be from the very practical like helping with food, clothing, and lodging to raising our voice with those who are called to govern over issues like water use, human rights and societal imbalances.  Where are you feeling called to care?

Dublin

Benevolent assistance

This outreach is to provide a practical expression of Christ's call to love one's neighbour.

Harcourt

Communal Garden

All of the produce harvested from the Harcourt Communal Garden is donated to the Chalmers Community Services Centre’s (CCSC) food pantry at 40 Baker Street, enabling marginalized citizens of Guelph to receive more fresh, organic produce than they might otherwise have access to.

Trinity

Contact Place

At this time Contact Place will be discontinued until the community needs change so that a new revised Trinity program can be created to meet our community needs. We continue to support United Church food pantries in Guelph.

Guelph United Ministries

CORE

CORE - Guelph Churches OutReach Program

In 2001, the churches of Guelph formed a group called CORE to provide emergency assistance for people in our community.

Guelph United Ministries

North End Harvest Market

A Free fruit and vegetable market intended to support low income families and individuals to meet their healthy food needs.

Guelph United Ministries

Pathways to Good Climate Living

Take on an action to lessen climate change and reduce the suffering of others. You can start down the path to good climate living by selecting an action from a well-researched list or choose your own. Learning together generates hope and support and overcomes the inertia we all experience.

Harcourt

Quilting Group

Harcourt’s Quilting Group has been meeting for the past 10 years. All of our quilts are machine made and either donated to folks in need or used for fundraising projects. Though small in number, we are an industrious group and have produced scores of quilts over the years.

Dublin

Refugee Support

Dublin has been a refugee sponsoring congregation for many years...

Three Willows

Social Justice Film Group

We meet two - three times a year after Sunday worship - lunch provided.

Three Willows

Summer Reading Group

Three Willows leadership group is reading 'Piloting Church: Helping Your Congregation Take Flight' during the summer months. If you are not in a leadership role but would like to read the book there are several copies available. Check at the church office for a copy. We will meet after worship one Sunday in the fall to have a group discussion.

Trinity

Woolies for Warmth

The Outreach Project, now called Woolies for Warmth, will collect hats, mitts, scarves, and socks starting on Nov. 10 and continue into December. A special basket, labelled “Woolies for Warmth”, will be located in the narthex. Woolies will be sorted and distributed from there. Thank you so much for all the creative contributions received so far. There is still time to participate.