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UCW - UNITED CHURCH WOMEN

Service with a Smile

Scroll down to explore just a few of things the ladies do!

UCW invests heavily and cheerfully in programs and activities to support the church and the community extending past Thorold.

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COMMUNITY SUPPORT

Making a Difference

We see every challenge as an opportunity, and donating to our community helps us ensure that our partners are better prepared to manage the unique situations they find themselves in.  The UCW is instrumental in organizing support for many community programs through donations and practical gifts. 

  •  Prince of Wales School breakfast program, sneakers and socks in the fall and mittens and hats in the winter.

  • RAFT

  • Gillian's Place

  • Arid House

  • Cave Springs Camp

  • Start Me Up Niagara - Coldest Night of the Year Walk

  • Cancer Care

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UNIT 54

The Soul of the Church

Unit 54 of the UCW meets the first Tuesday of the month for lunch, learning, sharing and projects.

October 2019 meeting was crafting corn stalks and flowers for autumn decor in the sanctuary and Fall Market.

Practical Projects for January / February  - Food Donation for Community Care

President of UCW 2019-2020 

Maggie Duckett 

margaretduckett22@gmail.com

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ANNUAL BAZAAR 

Fall Market - October 2019

Co-Chairs of the Fall Market Jan Tanouye and Maggie Duckett were delighted with the number of gifts donated to make this annual event so successful.  The fall brings out the best in Trinity and Thorold talent - baking, preserves, crafts and gifts.  Early shopping for the holidays with the opportunity to sit down and enjoy home-made lunch specials such as soup or chilli.   This a key fund raiser and fun spot to be as the weather turns chilly.

Volunteer vendors added eye catching choices:  Earthly Angels, who featured beautiful figurines of all shapes and sizes and Victoria’s Quilts Canada, who displayed several samples of large patchwork quilts in various colourful designs and patterns, which are given to cancer victims for warmth and spiritual support.