Rev. Heather M. McClure


10:30 A.M. WORSHIP



5964 Notre Dame de Grâce
N.D.G., Montreal

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Welcome to Wesley United Church

We worship in person on Sunday mornings at 10:30 am.  We will continue to offer Zoom streaming every Sunday and you can sign in to watch each week.


As you are aware, Reverend Heather McClure and her spouse, Ellie Hummel, have moved to Sackville, New Brunswick.  Since their departure, the Search Committee has worked very hard to complete the Living Faith Story and Position Description.  We are now at the stage where we are hoping to interview potential candidates for the position of Ministry Personnel at Wesley United Church.  

Until we find a permanent replacement, our services will be led by pulpit supply from retired ministers, lay preachers, and members of the congregation.  We have an exciting and dynamic group of people who are ready and able to provide welcoming and engaging worship services. 

The Session will also be discussing the return of the congregational activities we have all come to enjoy: potluck lunches, book studies, bowling, games night, etc. The congregation has a lot to look forward to in the coming months!

We sincerely hope that you will join us again for in-person worship each Sunday at 10:30 a.m. and stay for a time of fellowship and coffee, juice, and cookies.  


Worship Services are in-person and on Zoom



All services are at 10:30 am,



 Worship On Zoom:


Zoom links can be found at the bottom of the Minister’s Weekly Message



We are a welcoming and diverse community of people; young and old, male and female, gay, and straight from many different cultural and linguistic backgrounds. We come together in worship, singing, prayer, scripture, and in laughter; to comfort, support, and discover God's call for each one.  We share in the promise that each of us is a beloved child of God and seek to share that message with everyone who comes through our doors.


We acknowledge that as Wesley United Church,  we are settler guests on the unceded land that has been a place of gathering and living for generations of the Haudenosaunee, Huron-Wendat, Mohawk, and St. Lawrence Iroquois people, long before we arrived at this land. We give thanks this day for the ways in which the land and its resources have been shared with us.