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We have in-person church services at 10 AM.  If you want to watch the service online  please click here to go to our Facebook page and join the live stream at 10 AM.

Read the weekly newsletter on the link below for more current information.


Paul Whynacht has officially started with us September 26, 2022. 

Raised near Lunenburg, Nova Scotia, Paul left home in 1983 to join the military and complete an engineering/mathematics degree at Mount Allison University. After an exciting 31-year career in the army, he retired to become a cyber security advisor with the Government of Canada. However, that second career was short lived as he was called to ministry during a worship service in Manotick United in November 2015. With a lot of help and guidance from friends in Manotick United, he soon started his theological studies in Montreal and his new spiritual journey. Over the last six years he has completed those studies and worked with several outstanding clergy and congregations including Orleans United Church, First United Church, and Quyon Pastoral Charge. We are so grateful that Paul can continue his faith journey with us at Manotick United Church!



Manotick United Church is pleased to announce that we have received $8,000 from the Watkins Fund for Innovative Ministries with Senior Adults at The United Church of Canada Foundation for our new sign which we hope will be in place for January 2023. We look for new digital signage that will enable us to let our community know of our worship services as well as the many meetings, concerts and events that take place in our building.

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Educational Resources Concerning Canada's Indigenous Peoples:


June is National Indigenous History Month - a time for all Canadians - Indigenous, non-Indigenous and newcomers - to reflect upon and learn the history, sacrifices, cultures, contributions, and strength of First Nations, Inuit and Metis people. It’s important to keep in mind that First Nations, Inuit and Métis Peoples each have their own unique histories. And within each group, there are distinct histories.




  1. Information through the United Church of Canada Website:


  1. Free virtual training offered through University of Alberta that examines the historical and contemporary lives, identities, cultural expressions, rights, and goals of Indigenous peoples in Canada.  This course also attempts to bring Indigenous voices and perspectives to the learning experience. The class is offered in English with French subtitles.

Indigenous Canada | Coursera


  1. Indigenous Cities: The stories here | National Arts Centre


  1. The following link is a CBC Podcast that you might find of interest - Telling Our Twisted Histories with Kaniehtiio Horn


One of the primary actions outlined by the Truth and Reconciliation Commission is education.  As settlers seeking to live in Right relations with Indigenous people, we need to learn or in some cases relearn the true history of Canada which includes our country’s treatment of Indigenous people.  We all have a responsibility to do the work to learn more about, advocate for and reconcile with the Indigenous People of Turtle Island, now known as Canada.

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