A challenge to all Epworthians and others!

This coming Sunday, July 10th from 2:00 to 4:00pm, we will be having our church scavenger hunt. Starting in the church parking lot, you will go to various locations in town where you will answer challenging questions. There will be treats available at the end of the hunt. Bring your family and friends. The rain date is July 17th.

Sunday's Bulletin

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Small care packages

The UCW is eager to get into action and has found a new service project to support our community. It is a great project because it is easy, and everyone can participate. The hospital needs small care packages for people who come to the hospital without any supplies. We are collecting travel size products to be included in the bags. Items for men and women are required such as travel size shampoo, Chapstick/Lip Balm, travel size deodorant, hairbrush or comb, travel size body wash, regular size toothbrush, travel size toothpaste and bar soap (regular size). Please note that unscented products are preferred. A box will be placed in Wesley Hall for donations.

Celebrations for July


July 20th...59th  Don & Joanne Skeates


July 5th  Bob Newman
July 8th  Betty Ceman
July 12th  Catherine Franklin
July 19th  Joanne Fagan
July 20th  Sally Heaton
July 23rd  Linda Stahl
July 24th  Lorraine Foot


Epworth's Online Service

This Sunday's service was led by Tim Charter

Past services can be accessed by clicking on Archive


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Epworth United

Our church, located in Kingsville, Ontario, Canada, has a long history, with roots dating back to 1817 when a small log Methodist chapel was built in the Kingsville area. Property for the church at its current location was purchased in 1891 and construction completed in 1893. In honour of John Wesley, the founder of Methodism, the new church was called Epworth Methodist Church, after his birthplace of Epworth Rectory in England. After the union of the Methodists, Presbyterians and Congregationalists in 1925, the name became Epworth United Church. A devastating fire in 1935 destroyed a large portion of the old church. The current structure is the result of a rebuilding effort that began the same year and completed in 1936.


56 Division Street South,
Kingsville, Ontario, Canada N9Y 1P6
(519) 733-4154  Fax: (519) 733-6808

Office Hours

Tuesday to Friday
9 am to 12:30 pm


Doors open at 10am. Services start at 10:30am on Sunday.

What We Offer

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Congregational Matters

Congregational Survey

Pastor John, who has been our spiritual leader for nine years retired October 1. As part of the process of finding a replacemnt, a survey was initiated to determine the needs and wants of the congregation. The results are now available. To get them, just click on...

Congregational Survey Results

Ministerial Vacancy

Our historic church, located on Lake Erie in beautiful Kingsville, Ontario, is seeking to fill a vacancy created when our minister retired. Although the congregation is largely elderly, the successful candidate will lead in developing a culture attractive to all ages and provide Bible based, uplifting and inspirational sermons and pastoral care. The full position description can be found here. For more information on Epworth, go to Epworth's Living Faith Story. Applicants should be registered on ChurchHub to apply.

Upcoming Events


We Change Lives

Through Plan International Canada Inc., we give financial support to two foster children, Alfredo from Ecuador and Dieuferson from Haiti. The financial support helps supply food, education and good health care. Alfredo is nine years old and attends primary school. His subjects are math and PE/sport. Dieuferson is eight years old and attends primary school. His favourite subject is math. We receive reports, translated letters, and pictures of these children that are posted on our bulletin board for all to read. To learn more about how you can help support a foster child, go to  plancanada.ca

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