As Covid-19 continues to be a concern,
mask use is still required at our weekly Traditional Worship Service – Sundays at 11:00 am.
The 11:00 Worship Service will be made available within 24 hours on our YouTube channel.
When we worship, we’re seeking an encounter with God—an encounter with something beyond ourselves. Is it the encounter that joins us together, or is it the seeking? It’s difficult to say. But we do all of this amid the joys and challenges of a community.
At Young United Church, we use traditional liturgy and music to tie us to the long history of the church. In worshipping together, we seek to become a part of something larger than ourselves: a gathering of followers of Jesus, united in part by two thousand years of worship.
Of course, we’re up for trying new things as well. Whether it’s gospel service, dramatic performance, or choral psalms, our ultimate longing is to build a community of faith. A community that’s able to ask questions, offer love to one another and the outside world, and open our hearts to being the Body of Christ.
Join us for worship on Sunday mornings.
Young Music Program
Young United Church values the fine arts and provides a welcoming space for a wide variety of artistic endeavours. Music is part of the heartbeat of our worship and a vital expression of our Christian faith.
The 20-voice adult choir offers leadership Sunday mornings from September until June, providing a strong foundation for enthusiastic congregational singing and contributing carefully chosen anthems and solos to every worship service (hear examples here). The choral repertoire is drawn from a vast range of styles and poetic texts, from the earliest Christian church to the present day. The adult choir is open to new members.
- Thursday evenings 7:30-9:00 in the Sanctuary. The Adult Choir is open to new members. Contact our music director for more information.
Contact, Lottie Enns-Braun, music director, at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
The church is home to a Steinway grand piano and a two-manual, 29-stop Létourneau pipe organ (click here for organ info). In addition to being used regularly in worship, the organ is in high demand for lessons and rehearsals. Resident and visiting organists alike are delighted by the versatility and reliability of this exquisitely crafted instrument.
Community choirs and local groups often choose Young United’s acoustically gratifying space for their concerts and events. These groups include… Renaissance Voices; The Winnipeg Music Festival; Horizons (a vocal ensemble) and SonoLux (a vocal ensemble).
Read about our organ
A nursery room is available for use during Sunday services. The nursery is not staffed at this time.