United Church Women (UCW)

All women of St. Paul's are invited to attend UCW.


UCW Purpose 

To unite women of the congregation for the total mission of the Church and to provide a medium through which they may express their loyalty and devotion to Jesus Christ in Christian witness, study, fellowship and service.

Three units carry out the programmes of the UCW.

 Our three Units are very much part of the spiritual hub of St. Paul’s.  We use so many creative skills such as quilting, making chicken pot pies and other culinary delights, offering hospitality in many catered events, and even performing the occasional skit.  We share times of meaningful worship and supportive fellowship which help us to discover new understandings of God and each other. We grow spiritually as our lives are enriched through UCW and we strive to enrich the life of St. Paul’s, our community and the world. 

 All women are most welcome to join us.  A call to the office will get you in touch.

 UCW Units And Schedule of Meeting  

Unit Number and leader

Day of Month




For more info

2- Bev Crosbie

2nd Wednesday

2 PM




4- Pat Bertrim

2nd Thursday

10 AM

the gathering room cozy corner



5- Ute Von Oppeln

1st Thursday

1:30 PM

In homes



UCW General –Betty Faith

Mary Kilgour 

3rd Wednesday

10 AM

the gathering room

Betty -613-267-7218

Mary -613-264-0024



Coming Up..


Previous Events:

   The 2016 Yuletide Fair, Saturday November 26.  

At the January 2015 UCW general meeting, Shirley O'Connell talked about the Izzy Doll Project which gives comforting dolls to children in areas ravaged by war or natural disaster. Click here for more


The quilting group is already working on some quilts with several more ahead. They are looking for new members. If you are interested, call Marilyn Devlin at 613-267-2688. People wishing to learn to quilt may also call Marilyn.

UCW Quilt Show May 7th 


The 2014 

UCW Executive

(2015 executive's photo to be posted when snowbirds return.)

A Meeting of Unit Five     6

The fun and fellowship in being creative and working together.  6


Keep collecting! We invite you to collect the following and put into the ‘Collection Boxes’ in the Auditorium and in the foyer. Used stamps (leave ¼’ border), Campbell’s labels (leave code line attached),Used Hymn Books, Bibles, Devotional Books, Eye Glasses, Milk Bags (Inside out), Milk Sleeves (Washed out), Nickels (5cents), Pop Can Tabs, Canadian Tire Money, Bread Tags, Batteries. Empty pop cans can be put into the Shriner’s grey bin located at the entrance to the Dodds and Erwin yard on the Rideau Ferry Road.


Subpages (1): Yuletide Fair Nov. 28th