arkell united church
600 Arkell Road, Arkell, Ontario
(Corner of Arkell & Watson Roads)
Tuesday, October 18
Wednesday October 19
Friday, October 28
Fall Supper (5:00 pm)
Hootenanny (7:00 pm)
Tickets available now!
Contact Debbie Bell email@example.com to purchase yours
4th Friday - October - April 7:00pm
Sign up for your time in the spotlight or just sit and enjoy
Sunday School Our program is called A.L.L. or Arkell's Little Lights. We use a workshop rotation model based on a new Bible story every month.
Contact: Betty Wise 519-265-8852
Check us out on Facebook: ALL Arkell's Little Lights
Arkell United Church
600 Arkell Road
Ever wanted a church like Cheers where everyone knows your name? Well, Arkell United Church is the place. Warm, truly friendly, gentle in its approach but filled with strong spiritual people. That's what you'll find. A church that aspires to live out its faith in Jesus in an open, inclusive way. We believe that being a Christian opens up one's life. A place of discovery and celebration with no pressure and no sales pitch! Worship is done in a simple and graceful way. Our goal is to mix the best of past generations with the best of today. In music, the foundation of the church is folk and old country yet we are beginning to use more contemporary songs with a bit of an edge to them. Guitars and piano lead the singing. The messages are passionate and down to earth - the prayers, sincere and genuine.
About the Service
Services are held every Sunday at 10:00am. See the Upcoming Events for events coming up soon. About the Neighbourhood, Arkell is a quiet country village just southeast of Guelph. It is only a few kilometres east of the new subdivisions at the south end of Guelph.
Who do I contact with questions?
Contact Council Chair Deb Bell at 519-400-2643 or firstname.lastname@example.org
What music is played during services?
In music, the foundation of the church is folk and old country. Piano, organ, guitars and percussion often lead the singing. The music is very lively and uplifting.
What's heavenly about your church?
The people. If you want to experience first hand what the term "Little Church with the BIG Heart" means come and visit with us on Sunday mornings. We are a very welcoming congregation.
How do people dress for service?
Dress is informal. Remember, it's not what you wear but who wears it that's most important.
What happens after the service?
Coffee, tea and baked goodies and friendly conversation for those who want to stick around and chat.