TUMC is a Christian community in the Mennonite-Anabaptist "peace church" tradition. We aspire to be a family of faith  that welcomes people with diverse backgrounds and stories, worshipping together and supporting one another, while following Christ's example in working for peace and justice in our urban context.
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Upcoming Events
Sun May 24 @10:00 - 11:00AM
Sunday School (kids choir meets 9:45)
Sun May 24 @11:00 - 12:15PM
Worship Service
Wed May 27 @19:00 -
TUMC Men's Group
Sat May 30 @10:00 - 02:00PM
Yard Sale at SCOC
Sat May 30 @19:00 - 09:00PM
TUMY Fundraiser
Sun May 31 @12:30 -
Tour of the 1774 Queen Property
Sat Jun 06
Marriage enrichment day
Sat Jun 06 @09:00 -
Spring Cleanup


In the Gospel of John, Jesus often asks his followers: "What are you looking for?"

How might you respond? Are you looking for answers to questions of social justice, are you looking for a place where you can honestly explore your deepest questions, are you looking for a community where you can worship in song and prayer?

Most of us are spiritually hungry for something, but it's not always easy to say just what. On one occasion, Jesus' followers, not sure how to respond, simply asked: "Teacher, where are you staying?" And he said, "Come and see." John says the disciples "came and saw, and they remained with him the rest of that day."

As you browse this website about our faith community, I invite you to come and see and, if you wish, to remain a while.

Marilyn Zehr, lead pastor

This Sunday

Come as you are and join us for worship at 11 a.m. this Sunday as we continue to celebrate the Resurrection.  Come early for Christian Education for all ages at 10 a.m.,  and stay later for coffee and conversation! For more details, see the Visitors section above.

Video of the month:

"LABELS":   We all label people. Every day we allow our preconceptions to colour the way we see people. We affix our labels and think that we then know everything there is to know about another human being. But this just isn't possible. All a label does is prevent us from seeing the humanity in another. It keeps us from entering into relationships, the very relationships that will provide the vehicle for personal transformation. Maybe if we dropped our label makers and saw people the way Jesus did, we could begin to enter into the authentic, life changing community He began.

A video from Lifebridge Ministries, a unique recovery ministry of Level Ground Mennonite Church in Abbotsford, B.C., featuring Recovery Minister Keith St Jean.

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