Wear an orange shirt on September 30. Whether you’re at work, at school, or at home, get out that orange shirt!
Join us in-person or on line as we mark the National Day for Truth and Reconciliation at Glebe.
Glebe is partnering with Northlea United Church to bring a Hazara Afghan family of nine to Canada. In order for this to be feasible Glebe is seeking out other partners to help raise the funds. $96,000 is needed to bring this family to Canada to support them financially for a year. We have raised in conjunction with Northlea and other individual contributors $41,600 or 43% of the total needed.
Glebe Road United Church and its members stand in solidarity with the LGBTQ2S+ educators, staff and students under threat from todays scheduled protests. At Glebe Road United we welcome people of all ages, races, genders, and sexual orientations. Our church is a home and a safe space for anyone who is looking for one, where we can learn and play together in light of God. Come as you are and be loved as you are.
We’ll be on the lawn to Bless your fur family and stuffies! There will be live music, a bake sale and a rummage sale! The Larkman Room will have tables set up for you to browse for books, clothes and small household items.
All proceeds from sales support our Refugee Fund.
How does God feel about Queer People? We asked ministers from denominations all over Canada to find out. Here’s what they said: God loves Queer People.
The idea that all Canadian churches are hostile to the queer community is simply false, as these ministers and Moderators of the major denominations make clear.