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We extend a warm welcome to all visitors. We pray that you will find our services meaningful for your life and that the worship time will help draw you closer to the Lord! Following each mornings service, please join us for coffee and fellowship in the church foyer.

There is a prayer team in the worship center following every Sunday morning worship service to pray personally with you regarding any need you might have.

Church Service Time

Sunday @ 10 a.m.

Sunday School For All Ages (Sept-Jun)

Children Age 3-4 Children Worship Year Round
Childcare Provided During Morning Service

Scent Free & Peanut Free Facility: Just a reminder that we are a scent free and peanut free facility. Remember to be considerate of those with sensitivities that come to worship also. Thanks!

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How To Get to CCRC? Directions     /    MapQuest

Upcoming Events

The Optimist Club of South Dundas is having a German / October Fest Dinner on September 29 at 6:00 pm in DC community Center $ 20.00 per person .For tickets (there is only 100 ) contact Pieter and Maria Biemond before Sept 25. All proceedings will go to ward the youth groups.

The Heckston UCW extends a warm welcome to all who wish to hear more about Femme International, a non-profit organization co-founded 4 years ago by Sabrina Rubli from Oxford Mills. She and her sister, Jennifer, and many others, are educating thousands of women in health matters, keeping young girls in school, and breaking down ancient taboos in East Africa.
On Tuesday, Oct. 10, 7:30 p.m., at Heckston United Church, Sabrina, Director of Femme, will be there to speak about their work in Tanzania and Kenya. Refreshments will be served and free will donations will go directly to support this very worthy cause. Please share this info and bring a friend. For more info go to

Indigenous Pathways to Reconciliation Workshop will be coming soon. The primary objective of this workshop is to build the capacity of non-Indigenous followers to the Jesus way to walk the path of honest reflection on the truth of our shared history. It’s intent is to help non-Indigenous communities/peoples begin (or continue) their path of reconciliation with First Peoples. Presenters will be Mavis Etienne, Terry LeBlanc, Rick & Linda Martin and Tim Stime. This event will be happening at our church on the weekend of Oc.t 13-14. More information will follow soon.
On the table in the foyer there is a month of prayers booklet that you may take home and follow along with for the next month.

Global Leadership Summit – Ottawa: Leaders, consider attending the Global Leadership Summit on October 19-20. You will receive two days of World Class Leadership Training via video of original summit…join over 400,000 other leaders. The Summit is led by Bill Hybels, pastor of Willow Creek Church, Barrington, Ill. Watch a summary video at or talk to Heidi Blokland who attended it in August. Contact Cindy Zandbergen who is putting together a team. Registration costs are covered by the church. The summit is held at Community Pentecostal Church, 1825 St. Joseph’s Blvd., Ottawa.


Reflections on past year, 2016 Watch this video

 New to our Church: Find out about who we are, what the Christian life is all about. If you would like to join this orientation group, please talk to Pastor Bernie Bakker, email him at

Small Groups!: Since creation God said that we are not to live our lives alone, (Genesis 2:18) that we need others. All through the Bible we read how we need other Christians so that we can learn and grow together. We need others to encourage us, pick us up, and just to share our lives with. That's why every Christian ought to be in some kind of small group. Since we will soon begin another season, now is the time to sign up, if you were not part of a group last year. The sign-up sheet is in the foyer, or contact the church.

The J.W. MacIntosh Seniors’ Support Centre provides various community support services such as Transportation, Respite Care, Meals on Wheels, Diners Club, Adult Day Service, Foot Care, Home Help, Caregiver Support, and Social & Recreational Programs.  One method of informing seniors of our services, is to advertise them at our monthly Diners Clubs (Seniors’ Luncheons).  Just a reminder of the Seniors’ Luncheons held on
1st and 2nd Thursday at the Iroquois Legion Hall 
4th Thursday at the Morrisburg Legion Hall
Soup & Buns, Entrée & Dessert, Coffee & Tea are served at noon for the reasonable price of $7.00 for Seniors & $8.00 for Non-Seniors. 
Bring a friend to enjoy a hot full course meal. Take Outs are also available. To reserve your meal or to inquire about a ride, call ahead to 613-535-2924.  Sponsored by J.W. MacIntosh Seniors’ Support Centre, 4324, Villa Drive, Williamsburg.