Located at the southernmost part of Prince Edward County is some of the most picturesque countryside to be found anywhere. The first Europeans to settle in this area were United Empire Loyalists who had fought for Britain in the American Revolutionary War, including Hessian (German and Dutch) auxiliaries, who were granted land in the "Fifth Town" of Upper Canada District in Marysburgh Township in 1784. [ More History... ]
In this tranquil area which has a spiritual quality to it you will find the three little churches that make up Prince Edward South Pastoral Charge of The United Church of Canada. Each one of these small rural churches offers its own unique charm which is best enjoyed when the church is active in providing a worship space for the people of the area.
Regular worship services are held at South Bay at 9:30, and at Cherry Valley at 11:00 each Sunday, apart from the fifth Sunday of a month, when combined services are held at one of the two churches
South Bay & Cherry Valley United Churches
Each of these three rural community churches offer a glimpse into life as it was in the 1800’s for the people of the area and should be visited by those who pass through the area. In the year 2012 both Cherry Valley and South Bay offer active Christian worship and community outreach and welcome anyone who would like to share in our worship and friendship. For further information, please call the number listed on this page.
Heritage information can also be found at: http://www.pec.on.ca/pehac/heritage_designations.html
If you're hungry on April 13th and looking for dinner, stop by South Bay United Church between 5:00 and 7:00 for the Spring Supper.
The menu of good food includes: ham, ba... [ More... ]
Please note: This week's Bible Study has been changed to JANELLE'S HOUSE . We will still gather at 10:00 on Thursday morning, but will do so at 58 Saint Philip Street in ... [ More... ]
We will gather in worship with our Anglican brothers and sisters St. Philip's Anglican Church, Milford on Wednesday, February 10th at 7:00pm. Janelle Shaw, minister of Cherry ... [ More... ]