The crest is designed in the form of a St. Andrew's Cross with an insignia in each of the four corners. The X at the centre, the first letter of the Greek word for Christ, is a traditional symbol for Christ. Come to me all you who are weary and burdened, and I will give you rest. Matthew 11:28-30. The oval shape of the United Church Crest is derived from the outline of a fish, a symbol of identity by early Christians. The initials of the words Jesus Christ, Son of God, Saviour spell the Greek word for fish.
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Church Services
All are welcome to share in the ministry of Olds United Church. Our Sunday Worship begins at 10 am. Communion services are held once a month.

We offer supervised nursery care so parents are able to attend the morning service.

Sunday School begins at 10 am for children ages 3 and up. We invite you to stay after our service for an hour of coffee and fellowship.

Our Mission
We teach the ways of God and Jesus Christ through worship, programs, and music.

Vision Statement
A family of faith, spiritually motivated, welcoming and caring.

Everyone is welcome at the Olds United Church.

How to get here
From Highway 27, go south on 48th Avenue, and turn right (west) onto 50th Street. The large parking lot is just west of the church. Olds United Church is located on the corner of 48th Avenue and 50th Street, just a couple of blocks west of Olds College. Click the map for an enlargement.
office@oldsunited.ca
Ph: 403.556.3052

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www.oldsunited.ca

If you questions about our ministry, services, or programs for families, send us an email.
The United Church is the largest Protestant denomination in Canada with a rich history closely entwined with the development of Canada itself. We believe a United Vision is serving, friendly, flexible, inclusive, welcoming, faithful, compassionate, justice-seeking, caring, peace-seeking, tolerant, and innovative. The vision of the United Church of Canada involves ministry in our own United Churches and in work with partners across the country and around the globe. In the four corners of the United Church crest are symbols, three of which are particularly associated with the three communions, Congregational, Methodist, and Presbyterian, that united to form The United Church of Canada in 1925.
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