We offer worship

as an outpouring of gratitude and awe

and a practice of opening ourselves

to God’s still, small voice of comfort,

to God’s rushing whirlwind of challenge.

Through word, music, art, and sacrament,

in community and in solitude,

God changes our lives, our relationships, and our world.
                                                                - From A Song of Faith

Worship is our response to God’s Love in our lives. At UCoL we gather for worship on Sunday mornings and throughout the week. We gather for worship in the sanctuary, around meeting tables, in small group discussions, beside hospital beds, and over coffee in one another’s kitchens. In worship we celebrate God’s faithfulness and our humanness; we give thanks for the transforming power of the Holy Spirit in our lives; and we are equipped for the work that we do in Christ’s name. 

Upcoming Events

CHRISTMAS CANTATA: Sing Joy to All the World

Sunday, December 17, 2017

Longest Night

Thursday, December 21, 2017

Choir Practice

Thursday, December 21, 2017 & other dates

Christmas Eve at United Churches of Langley

Sunday, December 24, 2017



Advent & Christmas 2017 at United Churches of Langley

December 2     Holly & Mistletoe Christmas Community Event (Murrayville) 12:00-4:00 pm, Nativity Gallery12:30-3:30 pm, Holly Luncheon 4:00-5:30 pm, Mistletoe Concert December 3     Advent 1 Hope—We are visited... Read More


Season of Discipleship - “When Blessings Flow”

From October 15 through November 26, 2017, we will be exploring Eric Law’s “Holy Currencies.” Through reading, dialogue, sermons and music, we hope to transform the way we live as disciples, and how we relate to... Read More

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What Is the "Season of Creation"?

The United Church of Canada introduced Creation Time in the Season of Pentecost in 2010.  This is a time to realize and celebrate that we live within a miracle – life on the planet Earth, and that we are... Read More


4 Generations Worshipping Together

This lovely photo was taken on Sunday, July 23 after Sunday worship. It captured an extraordinary moment – four generations of women of a family worshipping together. The youngest is Annika Thorstensen, next is her... Read More