About Us

NORWICH UNITED CHURCH KIDS (NUCkids)

We are part of Norwich United Church – the part  dedicated to the children and youth of Norwich and  the surrounding communities.  Our goal is to promote and offer activities that build community while nurturing our children in a safe and inclusive environment.

When we experience God’s love and live daily with Jesus in our hearts, we are better able to love others – our family, our friends, our church and even our enemies.

Sunday School, Messy Church, the Parents’ Drop In and the Summer Day Camps are all part of Norwich United Church Kids.

 

NORWICH UNITED CHURCH

nucA church building has been in our location since before there was  a Norwich, or even a Norwichville, as it was called back in 1839.  The first church was built in 1811.  In 1925, with the creation of the United Church of Canada, Norwich United Church was formed.

Today, Norwich United Church offers Sunday worship services, weddings, baptisms, funerals and funeral lunches (all the ‘regular’ church stuff).  But did you know that Norwich United Church also offers meeting space for individuals and groups within the community?

During the summer, we have the Day Camp programs for kids age 5 to 12, and during the school year, Messy Church is open to the community and families with kids of all ages. The Parents’ Drop In program will be running weekly during the school year with a couple of meetings through the summer.

More information about Norwich United Church can be found on the church website.

 

UNITED CHURCH OF CANADA

WEBCrest_2012We believe in God, who created everything and continues to create in the present.   We believe God sent Jesus to us to heal and change us for good.  We want to share the story of his life and teachings, how he died yet mysteriously overcame death and continues to touch hearts today.

We believe we have a responsibility to be a creative force within our world: to care for one another and our planet & to resist evil and work for justice.

More information about the United Church of Canada can be found on their website.