Welcome To Your Family Church @ Stamford Lane

Welcome To Your Family Church @ Stamford Lane

Welcome To Your Family Church @ Stamford LaneWelcome To Your Family Church @ Stamford LaneWelcome To Your Family Church @ Stamford Lane

Welcome To Your Family Church @ Stamford Lane

Welcome To Your Family Church @ Stamford Lane

Welcome To Your Family Church @ Stamford LaneWelcome To Your Family Church @ Stamford LaneWelcome To Your Family Church @ Stamford Lane

AN Inclusive Church in Niagara Falls


Everyone is Welcome


James Munro

Peacefully on Tuesday, February 4, 2020 at home after a long enjoyable life. Loving husband of Frances Munro (nee Malbeuf) for almost 60 years. Devoted father to Terry (Kathy) Munro and Warren (Lorraine) Munro. Cherished grandfather to Cameron, James (Kayla), Kristen (Kyle), Colleen (Anton) and Josh (Erin) and great-granddaughter, Kiera. Dear brother of MaryAnn (the late Howard) Stratton, Laverne (Gary) Grant, Vera (Winston) MacKinnon. Predeceased by his parents (Onie) Sophrona (Hoover) and Vern Cameron Munro and brother Donald Cameron Munro. He will be sadly missed by his many nieces, nephews, and friends. James worked in a financial capacity through four provinces with several companies including Dominion Bridge, Manitoba Bridge, Provincial Crane and Otis Elevator. He was passionate about basketball and both played for and was Head Coach of the University of Alberta Golden Bears in the late 1950s and early 1960s. The family will receive loved ones for visiting at MORSE & SON FUNERAL HOME, 5917 Main St. Niagara Falls, Ontario on Friday, February 7th from 5 to 7 p.m. Saturday, February 8th, family will receive friends from 12:30 to 1:30 p.m. at Stamford Lane United Church, 3855 St. Peter Avenue Niagara Falls, Ontario. A Funeral Service in Celebration of James' life will be held on Saturday at 1:30 p.m. at the church with a reception to follow. In lieu of flowers, memorial donations to Project Share of Niagara Falls in memory of James would be appreciated by the family. Memories, photos and condolences may be shared at www.morseandson.com

February at Stamford Lane

9    The Bird In The Sky Matthew 6:25-34   

       Get Your Ticket to the Valentine Dinner and Concert
       Brett Polegato, Lorie Hurst Feb. 14
       Dinner and Concert $50 served at 5:30

        Concert $25 at 7:00 

16  The Golden Rule  Matthew 7:12    

       With Wilma Morrison & Caroline Mogadime

23 The Two Houses  Matthew 7:24-27
     Mission Sunday
     with Jennifer McQuestion from Nova House

      Pancake Lunch$7 children $3

Trivia & Chili March 7

$20 per person   Tables of 8


Valentines Day at Stamford Lane United Church
“Perhaps Love ~ an evening of musical theatre.”

Baritone Brett Polegato, fresh off his debut at the Metropolitan Opera in NYC is back with his recital “Perhaps Love”, presented by Stamford Lane United Church. It’s “A Musical Theatre Valentine Concert” featuring, along with Brett, soprano Laurie Hurst and pianist Robert Kortgaard. Brett and Laurie met years ago through Harmony Singers and have remained close friends. Today, the two have flourishing careers in opera and broadway-style theatre, performing in venues all across the map.  They’re excited to offer a program that celebrates love and "life experience”, to quote Brett. “Perhaps Love” takes place Friday, February 14th, 2020, 7pm at Stamford Lane United Church.  Tickets are available through the church office and online through eventbrite.ca. The concert ticket alone $25 or with dinner for $50.  The menu will include antipasto, pasta, chicken cutlet with vegetable, salad and traditional Italian wedding cake dessert.

Laurie Hurst : Credits include: Tonys Tonys Tonys (Alumnae Theatre), Sister Act(Mother Superior) (CCP). Sweeney Todd (Mrs Lovett), The King and I (Anna), Little Women (Marmee) -SMT. Assassins (Sarah Jane Moore) Stageworks,Jacks  Giant Adventure (Stage West),Nunsense (Sunshine Festival) Nunsense II (Victoria Playhouse) Nunsense III (Parry Sound) Dinosaurs and all the Rubbbish (YPT,Carousel Players). Usually performing in the cabaret scene around Toronto, Laurie is so happy to be coming back to where it all started and with the people she started with!


Brett Polegato's artistic sensibility has earned him the highest praise from audiences and critics: “his is a serious and seductive voice” says The Globe and Mail, and The New York Times has praised him for his “burnished, well-focused voice” which he uses with “considerable intelligence and nuance.” He appears regularly on the world's most distinguished stages including those of Lincoln Center, the Metropolitan Opera, La Scala, the Concertgebouw, the Opéra National de Paris, Glyndebourne Festival Opera, the Lyric Opera of Chicago, Houston Grand Opera, the Teatro Real, Roy Thomson Hall, the Kennedy Center, Carnegie Hall and Wigmore Hall, and has collaborated with conductors such as Yannick Nézet-Séguin, Daniele Gatti, Andris Nelsons, Bernard Haitink, Seiji Ozawa, Jeffrey Tate, Marc Minkowski, and Martyn Brabbins. He can be heard as soloist in the Grammy Awards’ Best Classical Recording of 2003 - Vaughan Williams’ A Sea Symphony (Telarc) with the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra under the baton of Robert Spano. 

Robert Kortgaard. Born in Regina, Saskatchewan and grew up in Calgary, Alberta, Robert completed Bachelor and Master's degrees at the Juilliard School in New York. As a recipient of arts awards from the Canada Council, he furthered his musical studies in Italy and England. Robert Kortgaard is a favourite collaborator with many of Canada’s finest instrumental soloists, vocalists and chamber groups, and he has recorded for Centrediscs, Marquis Classics/EMI, CBC Records, Teldec and ATMA. He is the Artistic Director of the Leith Summer Festival in Ontario and the Indian River Festival on Prince Edward Island.

Dinner is offered By Licia Nicol and friends:
 Advance tickets 905-354-8841 7:00pm concert only $25,  5:30pm with dinner $50

 Save the date for Chili and Trivia $20pp, March 7, tables of 8


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We get together so we can reach out together



Sundays 10:00 am

in Sanctuary.

Tuesday 6:30pm

in Friendship room. 


 Building on a firm foundation,
Stamford Lane United Church
celebrates God’s presence,
follows Christ’s teachings
and reaches out to all people
sharing the Word, sacrament,
fellowship, and music
a supportive, caring and accepting community.




We reach out together with:
Family Mental Health Network,
Hospital Worship & Pastoral Care,
Niagara Community Outreach, 

Worship at Senior Residences,
Niagara Caribbean Workers,
Women’s Place Niagara,
Autism Society Ontario,
Kiwanis Music Festival,
Habitat For Humanity,
Pathstone Foundation,
Cave Springs Camp,
Wellspring Niagara,

Transitions Canada,

Meals On Wheels,
Project SHARE,

Local Students,

Light Of Day,

Guardians of Hope,
Foster Child in Bolivia, 

Niagara Warehouse of Hope,
The Mission & Service Fund &
World Development and Relief of
The United Church of Canada



You Are Invited to:         
Quilt With Us   Mon. 10-2pm
Walk With Us    Mon. 10-11am
Praise Team     Mon. 7-8pm

Hatha Yoga Tues.  10-11am

Bible Study   Tues. 6:30-8pm

Treblaires Tues. 6:30-9:30pm
Church Council 1st Wed. 7pm
Good News Women 2nd Wed. 7pm
  Walk With Us Thurs. 10-11am
Restorative Yoga Thurs.10:30am
Ringers Thurs. 6:30-7:45pm
Explorers Thurs. 6:45-8pm
Adult Choir Thurs. 8-9:30pm
Sew With Us  Fri. 10-2pm

In-Touch Lunch 1st Fri. 12:15pm
Junior Choir Sat. 11:30am
     Teen Choir  Sat. 12:00noon

Sunday School Sun. 10:00am
    Worship Sun. 10:00am  

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Contact Rev. Harvey Tobey by email anytime.


Stamford Lane United Church

3855 St. Peter Avenue, Niagara Falls, Ontario, Canada, L2J 2N7

(905) 354-8841 office@stamfordlaneunited.ca E-transfer donation treasurer@stamfordlaneunited.ca