Nursery

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Our fully equipped and staffed nursery is located on our upper level, up the stairs just off the lobby. All children from birth – age 4 are welcome, even visitors. Our children are cared for in a safe and nurturing environment, by trained early childhood educators, allowing parents to enjoy the service.  Staff also have training in infant first aid and CPR.

If you’re coming to Rosedale United for the first time, our nursery opens 15 minutes before the start of the service, so you have some time to meet our staff and volunteers, and settle your child in the room.

Our program is highly interactive, and includes games, songs, crafts, free play and snacks. Whether you come to church each week, or are just visiting, our nursery leader and her volunteers will be ready to welcome you!

At the back of our sanctuary you’ll also find an area where you can take your baby or toddler during the service where they can play and read quietly with you.  We know that some babies are just more comfortable with their parents and we’re comfortable with that!

Sermon : Please Do Not Disturb

Doug Norris  (Is.40 : 27-31 , Mk 1 : 29-39) I’ll begin with a confession.  I have been caught sleeping on the job.   Among the various odd items sitting around my office -...
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Reflections on Gibimishkaadamin

Gibimishkaadamin is a yearly canoe trip of Indigenous and Non Indigenous Youth from across the country held in August.  The youth gathered in Toronto this past weekend and...
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Sermon : ‘Curry In Carnoustie’

 Doug Norris A couple of weeks ago I asked for some themes to discuss, here in my last set of sermons.  -  I got a  very fine and challenging response - from Jocelyn. I’ll...
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Sermon : ‘A Word From The Wise”

January 27, 2019     Doug Norris I found a little booklet.  I have been sifting through my office, several decades of accumulation.  Photos from youth group retreats when I...
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Sermon: Being ‘Gifted’

1 Corinthians 12: 1-11,  Rev. Karen Bowles I will speak this morning of some ‘W’ words - ‘worth’ and ‘weal’ and ‘warf and weft’. Infighting in the church is certainly...
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Sermon : Please Do Not Disturb

Doug Norris  (Is.40 : 27-31 , Mk 1 : 29-39) I’ll begin with a confession.  I have been caught sleeping on the job.   Among the various odd items sitting around my office -...
Read

Reflections on Gibimishkaadamin

Gibimishkaadamin is a yearly canoe trip of Indigenous and Non Indigenous Youth from across the country held in August.  The youth gathered in Toronto this past weekend and...
Read

Sermon : ‘Curry In Carnoustie’

 Doug Norris A couple of weeks ago I asked for some themes to discuss, here in my last set of sermons.  -  I got a  very fine and challenging response - from Jocelyn. I’ll...
Read

Sermon : ‘A Word From The Wise”

January 27, 2019     Doug Norris I found a little booklet.  I have been sifting through my office, several decades of accumulation.  Photos from youth group retreats when I...
Read

Sermon: Being ‘Gifted’

1 Corinthians 12: 1-11,  Rev. Karen Bowles I will speak this morning of some ‘W’ words - ‘worth’ and ‘weal’ and ‘warf and weft’. Infighting in the church is certainly...
Read

Community Calendar

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Rosedale United Church

159 Roxborough Drive
Toronto, Ontario,
M4W 1X7 Phone: (416) 924-0725
E-mail: churchoffice@rosedaleunited.org
Mon. to Friday, 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.