293 Etter Rd., Box 147
Mt Uniacke B0N 1Z0
Phone / Fax 902-866-2510
Facebook: St. Paul’s United Church Mount Uniacke

Church Service is at 10:00 am. Refreshments & Conversation afterwards
For pastoral care please call the church office and leave your contact info.
To book St. Paul’s call Beulah at 902-866-2183 and leave a message.
At present, St. Paul’s is in the process of searching for a minister and we are blessed with having Sue
Reid presiding over Sunday Services.
Strawberry Supper: Sunday, July 9 3-6pm
Yoga and Chair Yoga Classes: starting Tuesday,
July 4 / 17, yoga and chair yoga classes will be offered to the Mount Uniacke Community at St. Paul’s United Church, 293 Etter Road on Tuesday and Thursday mornings at 9am and 10am respectively.
DETAILS: July 4 through August 31 (except week of August 14-18).
Times: beginner Yoga 9am-10am. Beginner Chair Yoga 10am – 11am.
Instructor: Lauren Marshall
Cost: Prepaid 16 CLASSES $80 ($5 per class)
Prepaid 8 CLASSES $60 ($7.50 per class)
Register at 902-866-4935 or
Suggestions: Bring yoga mat, water, small blanket and wear comfortable clothes.
NOTE: The brickwork at St. Paul’s this summer will mean closing the church for functions when necessary. The work is expected to begin during the week of July 10th and will run for about four weeks.
Visitors should avoid parking near the building to avoid falling debris on themselves and / or their vehicles and to allow free access for the workers to their tasks.
However, during the window replacement phase of the project, the church will be CLOSED TO ALL activities. While the exterior windows are being removed / installed, the $TAINED GLA$$ windows will be subject to building air pressure and could blow out if there is in/out activity at the doors, therefore, building will be closed to ALL activities.
The window work is expected to take 5 days (Monday to Friday). Exact dates will be published in advance of the work.

“Too often we underestimate the power of a touch, a smile, a kind word, a listening ear, an honest compliment, or the smallest act of caring, all of which have the potential to turn a life around.” Leo Buscaglia