Our Core Values - Caring + Seeking + Inclusive + Community

People of KUC

  • The Murrays on the Red Carpet 2016
    Stars on the Red Carpet at Murder Mystery Dinner
  • The MacKinnons on the Red Carpet 2016
    Stars on the Red Carpet at Murder Mystery Dinner
  • The Georges on the Red Carpet 2016
    Stars on the Red Carpet at Murder Mystery Dinner
  • Murder Mystery Cast 2016
    Cast of Murder Mystery 2016
  • Confirmands & Bev 2016
    Confirmands & Bev
  • Confirmands & cake
    Confirmands celebrate with cake
  • Easter 2016 crafts
    Easter 2016 Kidsown Craft Time
  • Kanata & Glen Cairn Choirs
    Kanata United & Glen Cairn United Church Choirs
  • Book Fair volunteers
    Book Fair 2016 Volunteers
  • Compost Sales end of April
    Compost Sales 2016 end of April
  • Book Fair 2016 Volunteer Party
    Book Fair 2016 Volunteer's Party
  • Volunteers at the Bazaar Bake Table
    Volunteers at the Bazaar Bake Table
  • Imam Sikander Hashmi & Rev. Stephane Vermette - Q&A Session at Bazaar 2016
    Imam Sikander Hashmi & Rev. Stephane Vermette - Q&A session during the Bazaar.
  • Easter 2016 - Alleluia Singers & Intermediate Choir practicing
  • Storytime with Stephane Easter 2016
    Time for all God's children
  • Fellowship time in Church Hall
    Fellowship time in Church Hall
  • Nadine, Bev & Peace Pole
    Nadine, Bev & Peace Pole
  • Youth Group Movie Night
    Youth Group Movie Night
  • Easter 2016 crafttime with Bev
    Easter Craft time with Bev and kids
  • Habitat Youth Jumping
    Habitat Youth having fun!
  • Tricia and kidsown
    Tricia and Kidsown youth
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Contact Us

613-592-5834
613-592-4290 fax
33 Leacock Dr., Kanata, ON   K2K 2B9

Kidsown

KUC Book Fair

What's Happening

Camp Awesome 2016 - July 18-22 and August 15-19 from 10:00 am to 3:00 pm

Biblical Reflection of the Week

When I look at your heavens, the work of your fingers, the moon and the stars that you have established; what are human beings that you are mindful of them, mortals that you care for them? (Psalm 8: 3-4)

For many, even in religious circles, human beings at the top of creation.  For this reason, God has some sort of obligation to answer our desires and needs.  Divine intervention – or its absence – is often understood through the lenses of our religion, faith or spirituality.

The author of the 8th Psalm proclaims God’s majesty.  When looking at the moon, the stars, the wildlife and the creation as a whole, he or she is amazed and even wonders how this great God can really care about tiny and insignificant human beings.

This beautiful poem speaks about God’s true nature and God’s relationship with human beings.  God is at the source of all the creation and loves every part of it, even its smallest elements.  Hence, human beings do not occupy a special place in God’s heart.  We are not at the top not the centre of the creation.  We are all part of a whole, a web of life, a cosmic ecosystem.  We do not own creation.  We are an important building block of God’s creation.