Wilmot United Church is an open and welcoming presence in downtown Fredericton, putting our Christian faith into action to be a light in God's world. We welcome all into the life and ministry of our faith community, including persons of any age, ability, race, ethnicity, place of origin, sex, gender identity, sexual orientation, family configuration, and social and economic circumstance.
Call: Deep Spirituality. Bold Discipleship. Daring Justice.
Vision: Called by God, as disciples of Jesus, The United Church of Canada seeks to be a bold, connected, evolving church of diverse, courageous, hope-filled communities united in deep spirituality, inspiring worship, and daring justice.
WORSHIP SERVICES Worship Services at Wilmot United Church are held at every Sunday at 11:00 am.
JOIN THE CALL FOR A GUARANTEED LIVABLE INCOME THROUGH LENTEN VIGILS Moderator Carmen Lansdowne calls for "a fundamental fair level of income security for all."
Watch this Guaranteed Livable Income video and join this "historic movement of the spirit."
The United Church of Canada invites churches and faith communities across the country to hold a vigil or event on March 24, 25, or 26 to call for a Guaranteed Livable Income. More information including a new email template for letters to government, can be found on the Guaranteed Livable Income webpage. Send details of the event you are planning to firstname.lastname@example.org
RELATED TO THE WAR IN UKRAINE To mark the first anniversary of the war in Ukraine, The United Church of Canada Mission & Service partner ACT Alliance has shared this update on their work in the region, providing aid and assisting those fleeing the war. Your generosity through Mission & Service has long supported ACT's humanitarian relief and advocacy efforts.
Budolai is an energetic non-governmental organization (NGO) leader in Balti, Moldova. He is also a person with strong faith. His organization, Healthy Cities, was created several years ago to help the most vulnerable people in the city: homeless, addicts, people with disabilities. Last year, when Russia invaded Ukraine, and refugees began to cross the border into Moldova in great numbers, he saw a need to reach out to this new group of people in need. Read the full story.
ANNUAL REPORT The 2022 Wilmot Annual Report is now available for download. Please Click Here.
SUNDAY WORSHIP COVID PROTOCOLS FOR 2023: Masks are highly recommended, but no longer required. Congregational singing is permitted.
You are encouraged to spread out to maintain social distancing. Anyone wanting extra space is invited to sit in the balcony.
Sanitize or wash hands on entry into the building or the sanctuary.
Offering plates are located at each door.
ACCESS TO CHURCH BUILDING (For dropping items off at church etc.) Sexton, Randy's hours: 8:30-5pm Tues, Wed, Thurs (lunch 12-1pm)
Evening Door Supervisor, Arik's hours: 6:00 - 9:00 pm Mon, Wed, Hall/kitchen 452-0219 to contact door supervisor.