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Welcome to worship at Chalmers-Wesley Our regular Sunday morning worship services start at 11:15 a.m.


Giving Glory to God is at the center of our life as a Christian Community.
Everything we do begins in worship. It is our starting place. 
We are a small but vibrant spiritual community
with diverse talents and abilities.
We have a beautiful sanctuary with magnificent windows
set in neo-Gothic architecture.
We are very friendly, outgoing and surprising in our Christian witness.

Meaningful and relevant Sunday Services are key to the life of our community. 
Visitors, tourists and newcomers are most welcome! 
We will greet you as you enter and would love it if you would join us for
coffee and conversation after worship.
We would love to know who you are, where you’re from and
what brings you to Quebec City! 

Choir practices are on Saturdays (at 11:00 a.m.) 
and we warm-up on Sundays at 10:45 a.m.  

The United Church was formed in 1925 with the union of the Methodist,
Congregationalist and Presbyterian churches in Canada.
Our sister churches in the United States include the
United Methodist Church, The United Church of Christ and
the Presbyterian Church.

Everyone is welcome and encouraged to join us for worship
regardless of their tradition.
We are an open and welcoming community.
We strive to meet the needs of all who enter our doors.


The Bible is central to The United Church of Canada. As a source of wisdom, personal prayer, and devotion, we believe the Bible can bring us closer to God. It remains one of our best ways of experiencing God's continuing work of creation and liberation in the world, while offering us forgiveness, healing, and new life in Jesus.

Communion is  a reminder of Jesus' last supper with his followers and continues as a sign of God's enduring love.  We serve juice and bread and all are welcome at the Table of Love.  ​

“In life, in death, in life beyond death, God is with us.
We are not alone” (from the United Church's New Creed).
 The death of a loved one is a time to recall the miracle of life and to give thanks for the life of the deceased. At Chalmers-Wesley we console the bereaved and celebrate the life of the deceased.  

We create a funeral personal to you and your loved one using the Bible, song and prayers.  We hope to help you reflect on the  many emotional responses to the reality of grief, including anger, denial, guilt, lament, resignation, thanksgiving, and trust.


Chalmers-Wesley Church celebrates the sacrament of Baptism as God’s initiative and our response. Baptism flows from God’s unmerited grace and pours out in lives of gratitude and commitment. As initiation into the Church, baptism is an act of welcoming, blessing, and belonging. 

In his baptism, Jesus received the Holy Spirit and was declared God’s beloved, he opened himself to repentance and forgiveness, and he marked a new beginning in his ministry. In our baptism we are similarly claimed, called, and commissioned.

Our baptismal identity is both individual and communal. Baptism honors the diversity of individuals and challenges us to be a community of equals. Baptism is the sole rite of initiation into full membership in the Christian community.

One of the key elements in The Celebration of Baptism is a declaration of faith made by the candidate or on their behalf when the candidate is an infant.
Baptism includes: 
* a profession of faith in the triune God,
* a commitment to seek justice and           resist evil,
* a commitment to follow the way of         Jesus Christ and
* a commitment to the mission and             ministry of the Church

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