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Welcome to Willingdon Heights United Church

NOTICES:​

  • In-Person and Online Worship at WHUC: Our services are again being held in-person in the church!  In addition, we offer live online worship using Zoom and YouTube.  This will allow anyone with mobility issues, travelling, or still nervous about gathering in large groups to participate virtually.  

  • Communicable Disease Prevention:  Our full plan is available through the blue button above.  The key points are:

    • If you have any communicable disease, stay home and join us online.​

    • Masks will be worn in the sanctuary except for young children and worship leaders.

    • Physical distancing will be managed by taping-off every second pew.

  • Calling child care operators! We have child care space for rent starting September 2021.  The available space would likely be suitable for 25 3-5 year olds with an additional 35 spaces for after school care.

  • Sanctuary availability: We have space and time for another congregation on Sundays

  • ESL: Willingdon Heights United Church will be hosting a non-denominational ESL conversation class starting in September each Saturday from 10 AM to noon. 

  • Community groups: We have space to rent in our gym, fellowship hall, and board room. 

  • For more information: Contact the church office at: whuc.office@gmail.com.

Everyone is welcome in the Willingdon Heights United Church. Whether you are a long-standing member, a visitor to the area, or are just starting to explore the Christian faith, come and worship with us in our regular services on 

Sunday at 10:30 AM.  

We are located at

4304 Parker Street, Burnaby, BC

on the intersection of Parker and Maddison, two blocks west of Willingdon Avenue.

We acknowledge that the lands upon which we worship are the ancestral, traditional and unceded lands of the hǝn̓q̓ǝmin̓ǝm̓ and Sḵwx̱wú7mesh speaking peoples, including the Squamish, Tsleil-Waututh, and Musqueam Nations.  We are are grateful to be on this shared territory, and we commit to listen, learn and work towards justice and reconciliation.