Week of Events
Canadian Indigenous History Month
This is the month of the summer solstice, Jue 21st, the longest day of the year and when Indigenous communities celebrate their culture, heritage and values.
National Indigenous People’s Day
This is recognized as National Indigenous Peoples Day. It is also the summer solstice, the longest day of the year. For generations this day has carried significance for Indigenous Peoples. We offer this prayer... God, Creator and Great Mystery, we praise you for the Sacred Fires that burn today and for the prayer-filled smoke that…
Led by Janice, who knows *a lot* about the bible and wants you to know it too! No question is too weird, or too tough. Join us Thursdays at 6pm in church's lower hall (Gracie’s Thrift Shop). Note: The bible study is meeting via Zoom at present - see the calendar for details. PLEASE NOTE: See…
Weekly group AA meeting
Indigenous Ministries and Justice’s Executive Minister, Murray Pruden, offer an evening of remembering, honouring, and celebrating those lost to and those who live with HIV/AIDS. The event will be livestreamed on Indigenous Ministries’ Facebook page.
TGUC is proud to be an Affirming church and ministry. This service will focus on celebrating God's inclusive love and our affirmation that gender and sexual diversity is a divine gift!