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From time to time, there are opportunities to sign-up online for the various events, volunteer opportunities, camps and other activities. Please watch here for upcoming opportunities.

MakerFest: You're God's Masterpiece - Family Event

We're kicking off the new school year and reaching out into our community with this special free family event!

At Maker Fest, families tinker, invent, doodle, and create together! At each idea-sparking station, you’ll have a blast as you learn how our creative Master Maker made you for a unique purpose.

Kids (and their big people) need encouraging messages of truth and love to shape their identity... and Maker Fest helps them discover they’re God’s masterpiece!

Please help our planning team - Sign up in advance and choose the 9am, 11am, or both sessions found in optional add-ons in the registration page to ensure that we don't run out of maker materials!

Please note:
1. Each session is the same, but signing up for both will allow you extra time to work on your creations.
2. Please register only one person from each family - in the questions you will be able to list the other members of your group.






Lifelines is a highly engaging series of individual and interactive group exercises designed to help individuals have the conversations that matter and to develop what they really want in life. It is based on Biblical principles as well as significant leadership development and human health sciences research over the past several years.

Participating in LifeLines sessions will help individuals: Increase awareness of the driving forces in their life Learn to be inquisitive about life, how and why it has unfolded the way it has, and how they can take steps to create a more fulfilling future Uncover the habits that are preventing them from living a truly fulfilled life Grow and develop the skills, tools and techniques for building the resiliency required to work with and embrace the forces of change – not resist them! LifeLines – conversations that matter!

This time we will be running LifeLines in 2 larger Sunday afternoon/evening blocks between 2PM and 8PM...hope to see you there!


Register here!










Alpha is a series of interactive sessions that freely explore the basics of the Christian faith. No pressure. No follow up. No charge.

Offered at North Bramalea United Church on Wednesday evenings beginning September 20th and continuing to December 6th, 2017.

Dinner. Video. Small Group Discussion.

Check it out on the first night to see if this is something you would like to explore!

All are welcome!



Register here for Alpha!





On February 15, 2016 North Bramalea United Church was privileged to welcome to Canada a family of 7 from Syria. 


Over the past few months, Saif (16), Ossama (12), Malak (9) and Mohammad Ali (5) have settled into their new schools.  Amal has been learning English, and Tala (3) has been making new friends at a child care centre.  Amer continues with his work with an international medical supply company.  Through the efforts of countless volunteers, the family has visited Niagara Falls, has made trips to the doctor, dentist and optometrist offices, and has started swimming lessons!


The summer promises to be an exciting time for the family.  The children are looking forward to day camps at NBUC, and are also planning to participate in camps operated by the City of Brampton Parks and Recreation Department.  They have their calendars marked for the Lucas Holtom Carnival Day on July 9, and we at NBUC are thrilled to be able to share this special day with them.


Even more excitingly, North Bramalea United Church will be partnering with Heart Lake United Church to help sponsor Amer’s brother, wife and 2 children, who are currently living in Jordan.  What a wonderful opportunity for the United Church to unite for such a worthwhile endeavor! 


The Refugee Sponsorship Group would like to thank all from NBUC and the community for their generous efforts and contributions.  We have been enriched through new friendships, and have been able to live out our faith in real and tangible ways as followers of Christ.  The church is as alive and relevant today as ever, and we are grateful to be a part of God’s great hopes for our world.