Hillcrest United Church, Montague P.E.I.

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KEEPING CONNECTED
P.O. Box 634
50 Wood Islands Hill
Montague PEI, COA 1RO
Phone: 838-2698, Fax: 361-3052
Email us at: montagueunited@gmail.com
Office Hours 
Tuesday-Friday 8AM-12PM
Rev. W. Martin Dawson  Dip. Agriculture. B.A. M.Div.


Join us for worship each Sunday at 11 a.m. and for our other church related events during the week.

 

If you would like to add our homepage to the homescreen of your device for easy access , just follow the instructions at this site below:

How to Add Websites to the Home Screen on Any Smartphone or Tablet

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    THIS WEEK AT HILLCREST
 The Hillcrest and Sturgeon “Library Boxes” are now fully functional!

If you drive within 75 feet of the church, you can pick up a wifi signal from our own file sharing “internet”. Just click on the wifi on your smartphone, tablet, or laptop and you will see “Hillcrest United Share or Sturgeon United Share”. When you connect to it (it doesn’t use your data plan as it is free from a converted router) you will find audio, video, and text files relating to church announcements, activities, groups, etc. There is even a chat box to leave us a message. Now we are open, even when we are closed! Our thanks go to Frank for all his technical assistance.

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NEXT SUNDAY,  (July 31st) is our annual OUTDOOR PET SERVICE (weather permitting) Please bring along your pets to this annual worship service. The special music will be by the Ings and the Dawson Families. (We will worship indoors if it is chilly or raining.)

 

WEDNESDAY, July 27 –  1:00 – 4:00 pm Bridge Group for all experienced or novice players. Call Sandra 838-2505 or come!

 

FRIDAY, July 29

10:00 am Frank’s Computer College Come along with your questions about computers or other technology!

 

SATURDAY, JULY 30th   7:30 pm.  Don’t miss the chance to catch, “They Come From Away” with Trevor McKinven, as this critically acclaimed play comes to Hillcrest United Church. This one man play recounts the story of 5 characters who experienced a wild and wonderful time marooned in Newfoundland for the week following 9/11. Gander absorbed 6500 passengers, and townsfolk took them into their homes giving them rest, food, and a dose of Newfoundland hospitality. All are welcome to witness this “kitchen party on stage” and an evening filled with laughs and touching tales of forged friendships. Freewill offering only. Lunch included.