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2018 Yard & Bake Sale

Indoor Yard & Bake Sale

Thanks to everyone who came out
and supported the church in so many ways!

* through your baking and/or donations to the yard sale.
*volunteering your time for: set-up, table running, and/or clean-up.
*by purchasing bake table or yards sale items.

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YARD & BAKE SALE
(Indoors)

HAMPTON  UNITED  CHURCH
5454 Old Scugog Road,
Hampton, 
Ontario
Saturday June 2nd, 2018
8:00 AM – 12:00 PM
FEATURING:

Lots of treasures and treats, plants, small furniture,
toys, sports equipment, books, tools,
knick knacks, household items etc.

A variety of home baking including meat pies.

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Donations can be dropped off at the church on:
Thursday (May 31st) and Friday (June 1st)
between 10am and 4pm.

For further information:

 Call  (905) 263-2040 or (905) 263-2908

2017 Christmas Eve Service

There is nothing more that brings in those heartwarming feelings of Christmas and the Birth of our saviour “Christ” than the feelings triggered by sound, touch, smell, and sight, than attending the Christmas Eve Service every year.

2017 Christmas Eve Photo Orignial Size

Imagine the music of “Silent Night” filling the church as everyone raised their voices in praise and candlelight filled the church.

 

 

 

Eldad United Church

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Eldad United Church

1848 Concession Rd 6
Solina, ON
L0B 1J0

Eldad U.C. and Hampton U.C. together form the two-point charge called the “Eldad/Hampton Pastoral Charge” of The United Church of Canada.

Eldad United Church is located at 1848 Concession Rd. 6 (at the corner of Conc. Rd. 6 & Werry Rd.), Solina, ON.

Eldad U.C. – Heritage

Built in 1855, this church replaced a smaller wooden one. Continue reading “Eldad United Church”

1874 – Construction Began

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Construction on the Hampton United Church started on May 7, 1874, when the Honourable Senator John Simpson laid the first cornerstone. The property once was the site of a hotel, but that building was relocated across the street and moved North and exists today as a house.

The community celebrated the opening of the Church in February with morning, afternoon and evening services, as well as a dinner that cost a total of 75 cents per person! Continue reading “1874 – Construction Began”