Our vision is to be a Caring Cooperative Christian Community.
We welcome everyone to share our joy and fellowship.  We celebrate the Good News and dedicate ourselves through ministry and outreach, with special focus on youth.
Sunday 10:30 a.m.

Children's Program and Nursery

7 Erie Street North
PO Box 247
Ridgetown Ontario
N0P 2C0

church office email:

Office Hours:
Mon, Wed & Thurs
9:00am - 2:00pm

Community Prayer Cycle
As Christians, we are called to pray for and support one another in our work for Jesus Christ. In our various ways, we seek to glorify God, tell the good news of Jesus, and live as reflections of God’s love in Christ. 
Please join us in prayer for Erie Street United Church.
​                          Notice:

Please note at this time the Church Service will be on offered via: Email, on our Facebook and our Website.

 The Office is closed at this time but the email is being monitored daily if you have any questions or concerns please don't hesitate to contact us.

We will keep you updated the best we can as information is forward to us.

Meat Pies​
​Thank you to all that made the Meat Pies - With the understanding of the situation at hand - Pies that were not picked-up are stored in the church freezer. 

Take Care of Each Other.

Message from Rev. Judith
Hello Friends. 

Even though the doors are closed for worship services for awhile, we are still the church

Here are some ways we can continue to be an active community of faith in this time:

Remember the Food Bank. Becky says donations are already down and she is unable to have two food drives that were planned. You can make food donations by calling Becky at 519-674-3765 and she will arrange a time for drop off with you. 

Phone Calls are a great way to stay in touch. Take time to call especially those who live alone. Our members in The Village are completely cut off from visits right now and will really appreciate a call.

Offer to go to the grocery store or pharmacy for people who are in the most vulnerable groups. 

Prayer holds us together and holds up our needs, hopes, and concerns. Remember one another in prayer. Remember all the health care workers who are on the front line. Remember the staff at grocery stores and pharmacies who are also in the front line. Pray for those experiencing stress and concern over lost income, trying to find child care, or whose small business is facing serious difficulty.  

Libraries: while the public libraries are closed, for anyone who has a library card, there are several online options. If you know someone who has a card and has a tablet or smartphone, let them know how to download apps like Hoopla, Cloud Library or Overdrive, all of which can be accessed with the library card. They all have not only print books, but many Audio Books. Hoopla has a lot of TV shows and movies. Books can help fill long, quiet days. There is also a wide assortment of children’s books.

Facebook: If you have any other ideas about actions we can take, have a story to share about an experience, or prayer requests, you can do a Visitor Post on the Erie Street Facebook page: www.facebook.com/Erie.Street.United.Church. If you have personal prayer requests, you can send them as a Message.

Be kind. Be thoughtful. Be at peace. We are a people of hope. We are a strong and loving community of faith.                                                                                                                                                                                                                              Blessings