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Outside Welcomers

Sign up if you are able to help with Outside Welcoming from time to time.

 

 

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Maintenance and Custodial Request Form

Please complete and submit the Maintenance and Custodian Request Form to the Church Administrator, Joanne Christie, to better track and prioritize building needs as they arise.

 

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Organization Charts

Fairlawn Avenue United Church – Organization Charts 

  • Governing Council
  • Staff
  • Explore Spirituality Council
  • Embrace Action Council
  • Experience Belonging Council
  • Taking The Call...
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Space for Rent at Fairlawn

Looking for space to rent? Give Fairlawn your consideration!

Contact us for information about our facilities, rooms, costs, services.

Please contact

Kevin...

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Refugee Sponsorship Update

A new project for 2020

A new Fairlawn refugee support team, known as Refugee Team 4, has been formed and had its first meeting on Jan. 6, 2020. The team, led by Philip Blackford, is an enthusiastic, diverse, and committed...

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Boarding Homes Ministry: A very rewarding way to volunteer

We are looking for two new members for our Boarding Homes Ministry team. If you are interested or even curious, contact Rob Metcalf.

Here’s what we do

Every second Thursday afternoon, some members of our team of the Fairlawn Boarding Homes...

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Adult Education

Exploring Spirituality with Adult Education

In our adult education offerings at Fairlawn, we provide the chance for people to explore ideas, make us think, and help us grow.

Reflecting the new church model that invites spiritual...

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Live streaming

Live streaming is on hold at present while the building is closed.

See the Sermons Index for the pre-recorded Sunday Service and the archived sermons.

See Greetings for our online Zoom meetings and get-togethers, including Sunday Coffee...

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Land Acknowledgement

Fairlawn acknowledges the sacred land on which our church stands. It has been a site of human activity for 15,000 years. This land is the territory of the Huron-Wendat and Petun First Nations, the Seneca, and most recently, the Mississaugas of the Credit River.

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