​Conductive Education

​Conductive education is neither therapy, treatment nor cure. It recognizes motor disorders as chronic conditions which result in problems of learning or relearning which will respond to appropriate teaching. At  S.W.O.N.T. Conductive Education, children aged 2-16, participate throughout the day in developmentally-appropriate activities based upon each child's own individual assessment and needs.  The program runs at Dunlop Central in July.

Inn of the Good Shepherd


The Inn provides services with dignity to those who are in need of food, shelter and other essentials.  Dunlop Central designates the 3rd Sunday of every month as Food Bank Sunday when people are asked to donate non-perishable food items.

Meals On Wheels

​This Canadian Red Cross program delivers affordable, nutritious and delicious meals to members of the community who are unable to prepare their own food.  Volunteers from Dunlop Central assist in delivering meals once every 2 months on the 2nd Wednesday.

Yule Glow

Each year at Christmas, Dunlop Central prepares and delivers approximately 40 Christmas hampers to individuals and families in need through this hamper distribution program.

North Star Tai Chi


Join Master Jim Carrothers on Tuesday and Thursday mornings.
Beginner class: 9:00 am - 10:00 am
Ongoing class: 10:00 am - 11:00 am

​Alcoholics Anonymous (A.A.)

Meetings are held at Dunlop on Sundays and Wednesdays at 7:30 pm in the West room.


Meetings are held at Dunlop Central on Wednesdays at 7:30 pm in the East room.

Music Teachers Association (ORMTA)

The Sarnia/Lambton Chapter of ORMTA has been dissolved, but we still have voice and piano teachers occasionally hold student recitals in Dunlop Central's sanctuary.  

Lambton County Music Festival

Some of the Music Festival's competitive classes are held in Dunlop Central's sanctuary.