Welcome to the Mount Carmel-Zion United Church's web site. We hope that you find the information useful and informative and will take the time to come and visit us sometime when you are in the area. See the upcoming events along the side for information on our Sunday services.

Easter Breakfast

Donations, after expenses, from the Easter Breakfast will be used for Mission and Service. Contributions of juice, jam, hot cross buns, muffins, biscuits etc. are also appreciated and will offset the expenses.

My Michael House Story

My name is Jenny. If you saw me with my young son on the bus, at the mall or the park you would see a young mom just like any other. In most ways I am like any other mom. I live in an apartment, drop my son off at daycare and go to school. I have a great story and it isn’t over yet. I plan to be a lawyer someday.

There was a time when I wasn’t sure if that could happen. Let me tell you about how I got the help I needed along the way.

Seniors' Potluck Luncheon - April 4th

Seniors' Potluck Luncheon - April 4th - noon (gathering 11:30 a.m. on) - at Puslinch Community Centre, an accessible building with lots of free parking - Aberfoyle students entertaining - reservations appreciated, call Mary Beth at 519-822-6211 or email Janet at janetc@sentex.net. Everyone Welcome - Bring a Friend.  Sponsored by Mount Carmel-Zion United Church.

Garage Sale in support of Chalmers Community Services Centre

Saturday, March 17, 9 am to 12 pm


Collectibles, Books, Household items for sale

***NEW location:  Centennial CVI, 289 College Ave. W. Guelph, ON 


Donations of quality household items, books, collectibles, and small furniture, may be dropped off March 12-16 9 am to 3 pm; For more information or to make an early donation, please call 519-766-0874.


​Have a wonderful day!



Diana Sterenberg 

The Canon of Nature: Lessons from the Bee Yard

"The Canon of Nature: Lessons from the Bee Yard"…Crieff Hills Retreat and Conference Center warmly invite you to our Manna Day on Thursday February 15th from 10:30am to 3:00pm. Rev. Linda Patton-Cowie will speak about the fascinating world of the beehive and ways to help to preserve the incredible world that has been entrusted to us as stewards.  You will also have the opportunity to view the beautiful artwork of the St. John's Bible, a modern day illuminated bible. Please register before Feb.

Deborah's Open House January 7th

Open House and light lunch at Mount Carmel-Zion United Church at the Corner of Church and Victoria Streets in Morriston 11:30 am (after worship service) to 2:30 pm on Sunday, January 7, 2018. Come celebrate 21 years in this community
for Rev. Deborah Deavu. A chance to thank her, say goodbye and wish her well, shalom, blessings. A presentation at 1 pm. Her last service with us is January 14, 2018. For more information contact:  Rob or Heather Cass-Kerr Phone: 519-824-6006 or email: casskerr88@gmail.com

Chalmers' Open House, Our Cafe & The United Way

Chalmers' Open House

On Sunday, November 26th between 1:30 - 3:30 p.m. drop in and see Chalmers’ new downtown space. Volunteers will be available to show the lay-out of our space, how guests are received and how our services – food, clothing, mending, hospitality - are offered. Refreshments will be available. Entrance is on Macdonell Street, parking may also be available on Carden Street.

Welcome Back To The Cafe

Emergency Food Needed: Rohingya Refugees

Greetings from Canadian Foodgrains Bank in Winnipeg! We continue to appreciate your support for our work of ending global hunger.

As you may know, the Canadian government has launched a special 1:1 match for the 600,000 Rohingya refugees who have fled their homes in Myanmar for safety in Bangladesh.

Exhausted, scared and living in deplorable conditions, they need our help.

A Good News Story About Collaboration

Posted October 18, 2017 by

About three years ago a small group of folks involved in food security – Chalmers, Hope House, Guelph Neighbourhood Support Coalition and Salvation Army – began meeting to brainstorm how we might work together to improve the issue of food insecurity in Guelph. At that time, the SEED was being created.

Potluck Lunch at the Puslinch Community Centre

The following story was in PuslinchToday, here is a snip it:


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