A warm welcome awaits you at "The Church in the Pines".
Sunday Worship: 10:00 am Nursery and Church School: 10:00 am
Wheelchair accessible FM Hearing assist Large print order of service available
Please help us to continue our mission in the Sarnia community by supporting us through a donation. Your donation can be made securely by clicking on the Donate to Dunlop button. Your generosity is much appreciated, especially during these challenging times.
In-person worship is cancelled until further notice.
Meetings shall be conducted over Zoom.
The Office Administrators will continue to work in their respective offices but the building will remain locked. Please call in advance if you need to enter.
Ministry personnel, Carol and any singers plus audio-video techs will only be allowed in the sanctuary for live-streaming.
Anyone entering the building will need to sign in and register with the Office Administrator (Ian Shields) for contact tracing purposes. This includes keyholders.
Please do not enter the Dunlop building without first communicating with Ian Shields so that we can do our due diligence during the pandemic and meet our liability obligations.
Thank you for your patience and understanding as we endeavor to work together to make our worship both safe and meaningful during this unusual time.
Please continue to watch our services on YouTube.
Please save all your used stamps and eyeglasses, and bring them in when we are open again.
Please continue to support the Inn of the Good Shepherd and The NeighbourLink Pantry.
Sarnia's Inn of the Good Shepherd
The Inn is always in need of food donations and don’t forget the cardboard egg cartons. You can donate at https://www.theinnsarnia.ca/donate/ or through Dunlop’s donate button near the top of the page. You can safely make a food donation without personal contact by dropping food into bins at any of these locations:
local grocery stores
the Fire Hall
the outside bins at the Inn
The NeighbourLink Pantry needs your food donations.
The NeighbourLink Pantry is in a state of constant emptiness. They are in dire need of canned meat, canned vegetables, canned fruit, and peanut butter. A container is just inside the Annex door
Old batteries and small e-waste itemsshould never be included with regular garbage as they are a hazard to the environment. You can drop them off in the Annex.
Eyeglasses are being collected and given to Rayjon for their work in underdeveloped countries.
Jewelry is collected for cleaning, repairing and ultimate sale at our Christmas Bazaar
Stamps are still being collected for CNIB
Bedding for NeighbourLink
Egg cartons are needed for the Inn-of-the-Good Shepherd
... is a new local charity born out of Covid-19 and formed as a way to provide free meals to seniors and the most vulnerable people in our community.
Local volunteers purchase food, prepare the meals and deliver them, all at no charge. Their costs are now running upwards of $2,500 a week for food and meal trays, so they are seeking financial assistance from local churches.
Dunlop's Mission and Outreach Committee is donating $500 from its funds to this worthy cause. If you would like to make your own personal donation, Sarnia Blessings is a registered charitable organization. You can mail cheques for Sarnia Blessings to 110 Samuel Street, Sarnia, ON N7T 2X6, or make email transfers to firstname.lastname@example.org