Though not exactly at sunrise, we’ll be gathering for a short time of worship and prayer on the beach at Spanish Banks (near the “Anchor”), as we celebrate the resurrection of Christ. Join us afterward at the Chapel of the Epiphany, for a light breakfast and a time of fellowship!
This service is an opportunity to prepare ourselves for Good Friday, Holy Saturday, and Easter Sunday. We gather for a potluck meal at 6pm. This is followed by a short service, which includes a (optional) foot-washing ritual, commemorating Jesus kneeling to wash his disciples’ feet, and his new command (mandatum) to “love one another, as I have loved you.”
Join us as we celebrate the end of one Christian year, and move into the next. The Church calendar begins on the first Sunday of Advent (December 2), signalling a time of preparation, prayer, and introspection, as we await the celebration of Christmas. On December 1, we want to celebrate all that God has done in our midst through the past year, and look forward to what God will do in us and through us in the year to come! We’ll be eating pizza, playing, and praying together. To RSVP, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
This year marks the 20th anniversary of the Salt of the Earth: Christian Seasons Calendar! To celebrate this ministry, we are going to have a launch party. Join us in the Epiphany Chapel for food, wine, music, to meet some of this year's artists, and guest speaker Rev. Dr. Ed Searcy, one of the pioneers of this project.
Please join us for any or all of our Holy Week services.
Our journey to the Cross and on to Resurrection Sunday begins on Maundy Thursday (March 29), with a potluck meal at, in the fellowship hall of the Epiphany Chapel, at 6 pm. Following the meal, we move upstairs into the sanctuary, for a time of worship, including a foot-washing liturgy--a reminder of Jesus, kneeling to wash his disciples' feet.
Our Good Friday service is a joint worship, with St. Anselm's Anglican Church. This year, we are meeting in the Epiphany Chapel, at 10:30. Rev. Alex Wilson will be preaching; Rev. Aaron Miller, presiding.
This year we will be beginning our Easter celebrations with a sunrise service at Spanish Banks.
Join us at 6pm, December 24, for our family Christmas Eve and Candlelight service! Come, hear the Christmas story, and see it come to life! Come sing with angels, and praise with shepherds! Kids (and young at heart!) will be invited to join in telling story, of the greatest gift the world ever received! All are welcome.
All women in the U Hill community are invited to come together for a time of food and fellowship. The September gathering will be held on Saturday the 30th, starting at 12 noon, at Janet Reid's home. For the address and RSVP, please contact Brenda Reynolds at email@example.com or 604-275-0505.
We have a an Artist in Residence! Amy Reese will be joining us this year, as part of the Cascadia Residency, through Fuller Institute for Theology and Northwest Culture. Amy will be exploring her vocation as a Christian artist, and helping U Hill engage the arts in our worshiping life. Come meet her, on Sunday, September 10!