The Fly and Camel Café presents Jaylene Johnson

The Fly and Camel Café presents Jaylene Johnson   A few years ago, Jaylene Johnson didn’t know if she would be able to sing again.  She had sustained damage to her vocal cords which had to be corrected surgically. After a long period of recovery, she rented a remote cabin on Lake Winnipeg and Read more…

March 2017 Link

2017 March – Copy final

February Link

2017 February 2 with calendar

Take Note – Jan. 22

Here is the Take Note for January 22, 2017.

The Link – Jan.

Here is The Link for January 2017.

Fly and Camel Café presents Steve Palmer

The Fly nd Camel Café presents   Steve Palmer   Sunday, Jan. 29, 2:30 pm in the Journey Space   Wordsmith Stephen Palmer will deliver his unique brand of Folk-Roots music to the Fly and Camel Café Sunday afternoon January 29 at 2:30 pm. For his Fly and Camel debut, Steve will bring his guitars (12 Read more…

Weekly Email – Dec. 2

Fellow Friends of Christ, welcome and greetings in the Name of the Expectant One, Advent continues this Sunday. Advent means “coming.” It’s about preparing ourselves for the story of the infant Jesus’ arrival. It’s about celebrating the gifts of Hope, Peace, Joy, and Love, made manifest among us. Throughout Advent we will be looking for, Read more…

Take Note – Dec. 4

Here is the Take Note for December 4, 2016.

The Link – December

Here is The Link for December 2016.

A Christmas Carol – The Musical

Don’t feel like you have time to see this fabulous production? Bah, Humbug!

Advent Reflections Booklet

Advent Reflections 2016 Join us this Sunday, November 27 as Advent begins with a daily reflection that can be used in the home.  For your copy please click on the link below: advent-wreath-readings-and-reflections-for-the-home

Take Note – Nov. 13

Here is the Take Note for November 13/16.

The Link – Nov.

Here is The Link for November 2016.


November is upon us and that means it is time, once again, for Movember. If you want to participate and see if you can be the one to grow the most impressive “stache” this year, or if you want to support the team, follow this link:

Fly and Camel Café – November

The Fly and Camel Café presents A Celebration of Possibilities featuring social entrepreneur Shaun Loney reading from his new book ‘An Army of Problem-Solvers’ with songs for hope and justice by Carlos and the Suspiroes Saturday, Nov. 19 @ 7:00 pm St. Mary’s Road United Church, 613 St. Mary’s Road $10 | $ 5 for Read more…

Donations-Halloween candy

After reading the attached article about how the Indian and Métis Friendship Centre are short of halloween candy for their Safe Halloween event, our CGIT group wants to help. We will be collecting donations of halloween candy and taking it down to the Indian and Métis Friendship Centre. If you’d like to donate, bring the Read more…

Take Note – Oct. 23rd

Here is the Take Note for Sunday, October 23, 2016.

Cast and crew needed – A Christmas Carol

Hello fellow SMRUConians, As you may have heard, The Junction Players are putting on a musical this December. It has just been confirmed that the show we’re doing is A Christmas Carol! It is the version that was done on Broadway for 10 years, and was written by Lynn Ahrens and Alan Menken (The Little Read more…

Saturday Night Live – Pasta Edition!

Halloween Movie Night

Come on out for a halloween double feature hosted by the SMRUC 613 Youth Groups. Doors open at 630. Admission is free. SNacks will be sold. Costume Contest between movies!

October 2016 Link


Fly and Camel Café – October

The Fly and Camel Café presents JUST A COINCIDENCE Saturday, Oct. 15 @ 7:30 pm St. Mary’s Road United Church, 613 St. Mary’s Road $15 | $ 5 students and low income All proceeds to Justine’s Orphan Fund ________ We’ve said before that the Fly and Camel Café is nothing if not eclectic. In the Read more…

Masterworks for two Harpsichords

Eric Lussier and Carol Piller present works by Bach & sons, Handel, Couperin, & Rameau. Sunday, October 16th at 7:00pm. at SMRUC Tickets at the door: Adults $20, Students $15

Sign-up for Directory

Help us to maintain current information.  We are excited about a new on-line resource we are using for groups called “Church Teams”.  Church Teams will enable us to keep contact information up-to-date and provide opportunities such as on-line registration for groups and volunteer opportunities.  Please click this link to Sign-up for Directory.  If you’d prefer to Read more…

The Link – Sept

Here is the September copy of The Link.

Invitation to PLAY

You are warmly invited to join us for an all-ages Godly Play session on Sunday, September 11th at 11am.  This will be an information and registration time as well for those who are in our children’s and youth ministry streams. Please see  for more information

Fly and Camel Café – September 17th

The Fly and Camel Café proudly presents RAYANNAH Saturday, Sept. 17 @ 7:30 pm. St. Mary’s Road United Church, $15 ($5 students and low income) Rayannah is no stranger to St. Mary’s Road United Church. She has been a frequent guest singer with the Journey Band, and she is a member of the trio ‘collage Read more…

Parking troubles?

This week @ SMRUC

Greetings as we turn another calendar page. Welcome to August – that time of transition.  Cooler nights, ripening gardens, soaking up the sun-drenched days and the last bits of holidays before schedules take over again. We continue our summer series on Fruits of the Spirit with this week’s focus on “Faithfulness”.  How do we live Read more…

This week @ SMRUC

Greetings of summer fullness, warm breezes, and cool refreshing water as we head into this August Long weekend, This week we continue our “Fruits of the Spirit” summer worship series with our focus on “Goodness”. Anglican Archbishop Desmond Tutu of South Africa has a lot to say when it comes to goodness. He and his daughter co-wrote Read more…

St. Mary’s Road facebook feed

SMRUC Emergency Food Box

Did you know that SMRUC has an emergency food box located in the Junction space? It is for use by those people who might walk in needing an emergency supply of food prior to the regular Food Bank day. It is sorted and some may be sent to West Broadway as well. Sometimes our box gets very low on supplies. Please bring non-perishable food whenever you can to keep it full. [ Items like tuna, soup, beans, peanut butter etc. ]

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