The Kincardine-Upper Kent congregation’s two church buildings bring back memories of worship, music and family events. Weddings, baptisms and, of course, funerals, figure prominently in all of our lives.
These buildings and cemetery are in constant need of maintenance and repair. As a result, the Kincardine Upper Kent Congregation is asking you to consider a gift to one of its funds as follows:
Upper Kent/Kincardine United Church, Building/Memorial Fund
Melville United Church Cemetery Fund
Kincardine Upper Kent United Church Local Operations Fund
Thank you so much for considering a donation. You may send your cheque to :
Church Treasurer 1050 Route 109 Curry Siding, NB E7H 4G6
Sincerely, Congregation of Kincardine Upper Kent United Churches
We’re having a community potluck on November 3rd at the Burns Hall, Kincardine. We’ll open the doors at 4:30, and eat at 5 PM. Tea, coffee, pickles, butter, rolls provided. Bring a salad, main dish or dessert.
An informal music jam will commence after supper. Bring your musical instrument – voice, fiddle, guitar, etc. We’ll have a piano there.
All welcome! You don’t have to be a resident of the Scotch Colony to attend. This is a fundraiser for Burns Hall maintenance and other local charities. We will have a free-will donation box at the door. 🙂
Robbie Burns Night in the Scotch Colony! Concert is Friday, 29 January, 2016, at 7:30 at the Burns Hall, Kincardine. Dance follows with the Wednesday Evening Fiddlers. Weather date is the next night, same time. Second performance is Sunday, January 31st at 2:30, with tea afterward.
Memorial Service to remember the early settlers is to be held at the Melville United Church in Kincardine on August 26 at 11:30 am Can. You will be bagpiped into the service. There will be a lunch at Burns Hall after the service.
A great service by Rev. Maynard Rector and heavenly music by the Melville United Church Choir. http://www.scottishtartans.org/kirkin.htm The first link of a Google search that tells a history of the Kirkin.
A beautiful day and a great festival. Held in a new location closer to town, near the Cenotaph. It’s a lovely setting and gives Perth-Andover a nice push as they come back from the devastating spring flood.