What We Do

Services

Worship

Join us on Sundays at 10:30 a.m. with Sunday School September through May. Everyone is Welcome!

Marriage

We see people as unique, loved creations of God and welcome all people to the full life of Christian community, including marriage. We believe God intends loving relationships to be faithful, responsible, just, healing, and sustaining of the couple and those around them, and that such relationships require preparation and nurture.

The United Church celebrates the marriage of:

all people who believe in Jesus Christ and want to live faithful to his way
same-sex couples
previously divorced people
couples of different religions

Our worship centre, with its long centre aisle and contemporary stained glass windows, provides a beautiful setting for a wedding ceremony. For more information.

Funerals

Family and friends getting together to honour a loved one’s life is one of the most important steps in the grieving and healing process. Following the death of a loved one, please contact Reverend Sue Briesch as soon as possible 306-737-6053.

When you are able, a Minister will meet with you in your home, in the home of a family member, or at the church. During this time of consolation and support, the Minister will learn about the life of the deceased and will assist you in planning a personal and meaningful service of remembrance. Together, you will determine a suitable date, time, and location for the service. The service may take place in the Worship Centre or Chapel at Lakeview United Church or at the funeral home of your choice. See More.

Baptisms

We welcome the opportunity to receive children and adults into the United Church of Canada through the Sacrament of Baptism. A symbolic act, baptism enables us to acknowledge and celebrate the beginning of spiritual life within the family of God. Arrangements for baptism may be made by contacting Sue Briesch at 306-737-6053 or by email. For more information.

Confirmation

Confirmation is offered to individuals who are ready to publicly acknowledge their intention to practice the faith into which they were baptized. The decision as to when to make the commitment of confirmation is personal. Generally, candidates for confirmation range in age from 14 years to adult. We welcome the opportunity to receive young people and adults into full membership of the United Church of Canada and the Lakeview United Church family. Through the symbolic act of confirmation, participants affirm their baptismal vows and promise to continue to develop in their faith. See More.