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Sunday Activities:

Sunday Service: 10:00 - 10:45 A.M..;

Choir Practice: 9:30 - 10:00 A. M.

Fellowship with Refreshments: 10:45 A.M.;

Sermon Reflection: 11:15 - 11:45 P.M.

 

Location:

2550 Danforth Ave., East York, ON, M4C 1L2  

( Main St & Danforth Ave.)

       

 

 

Dear Friends,

 

Our beloved friend and colleague, Marion Current, has passed away on November 18 at Toronto Western Hospital. Funeral service will be held on Thursday 11:00 am November 28 at Dentonia Park United Church, 2550 Danforth Ave, Toronto, ON after visitation from 10:00 am.

There will be visitation Wednesday November 27th from 2-4pm and 7-9pm at Turner & Porter Funeral Homes located at 2357 Bloor Street West (just east of Jane St.), Toronto, ON.

 

Donations will be received for M&S Fund, Alpha Korean United Church or Dentonia Park United Church.

 

Please check with obituaries on Toronto Star. Thank you.

 

Blessings,

John

 

The Rev. John Young-Jung Lee

Minister, Dentonia Park United Church

2550 Danforth Avenue, Toronto M4C 1L2

Phone 416 694-2095

 

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You are so beautiful! 

 

 

Welcome everyone. I am Doris, visiting my daughter, Roxanne. It is joyful to be part of this community. It has been my sprcial experience to have inspirational, faith provoking and joyful worship service and fellowship time that affirms our connectedness as a loving community. Please take a look through this website. You will find information on DPUC - who we are, what we do, and how to join in DPUC's intercultural life through the events and programs.

 

Smile! God love you so much! I like the smile of all DPUC people. I feel that people in this place loves me very much. It makes me so comfortable to be with people here.

We learn at DPUC that the best education for children is to love and care for them. I like DPUC Sunday School which actualizes Christ's love through educing the gifts in them and makes the best of their potential for their future to be the gift for the world in Christ.

 

 

We'd love to have you come out to one of our intercultural events such as worship services, young family dinners, free movie events, bible study for today's context, free ESL for international students, free piano lesson and math class for children and youth, and many more

 

Rev. John Lee's recent involvement

Rev. John Lee believes that the future of the church lies on young people. He committed in young people's ministry and pray for faithful young people come and join in DPUC to do God's mission together. Within The United Church of Canada he worked in the the Mission Theme Task Group for eight years, Coordinating Committee of Church Leadership for 5 years. Within the Toronto Conference he served as the President, followed by two occasions of serving as the chair of the presbyteries, Toronto Don Valley Presbytery and Toronto Southeast Presbytery.

 

 

After having ample experience within the wider church both for the denomination and ecumenical areas and theological schools, Rev. John Lee realized the urgent and significant mission for the young people. At present, he is involved in the University of Toronto as the Senate of Victoria University and Council member of Emmanuel College. While keeping connection with the educational institutes, Rev. Lee serves on the General Council level, Community in Ministry Unitwide Committee.

 

Finally, after ten years of prayer and preparation, DPUC Intercultural YAYA ministry was re-launched March 1, 2012 with the goal of preparing the present and future world. This God's mission for the church will enable the whole people of God to serve the present and the future world. To have this immense task get going, someone needs to set the fire. If you feel that you are the one, prayer for God's guidance and contact the Rev John Lee by emailing to johnleeucc@sympatico.ca

 

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Intercultural

 

YAYA Program

 

Marion Current¡¯s Peace Train

 

In honour of Marion Current who supported the YAYA program and young people and participated in this program which began fromyear 2000, DPUC has decided to launch this program to honour her spirit of mission for love, justice and peace. Most international students need cultural experience as well as sharing their experience with students in Canada and from abroad. We invite young people to have short cultural trips for one day retreat by using the minivan provided for this program. It will be a time to nurture leadership through interaction with people of differences while having fun time.

 

Need: Intercultural YAYA people are eager to have short cultural trips with making friends. They have desire to live out justice for peace in their future life as leaders of the world.

 

Preparation : Rent a minivan or a bus for one day retreat or cultural trip. When fundraising for this program is successful, we can purchase a vehicle which meets the need of this program.

 

Topics:  

1.  Topics with vary by the object of the day. This includes Intro to the Converging Method which is a new paradigm in digital era.

2.  Christianity and other religions

3.  Cultural differences between western and East Asian life style.

 

Prepare 6 hour program as one unit.

 

 

Intercultural YAYA Gathering

at Yonge and Finch Area in Toronto has regular meetings on every Thursday at 5:00 - 8:00 P.M. for detailed info, visit the website: www.uccpeople.com/interculturalyaya.html

 

Intercultural YAYA Program

*YAYA stands for Youth and Young Adults

What is special in our YAYA program is that we try our best to provide the highest quality programs for the young people to prepare future life with Christian leadership.

 

Break Dance Club

We have new member joining in who has gifted with break dak dance. We are planning to start a break dance club.  

 

 

Intercultural YAYA Ministry

Brief Summary

DPUC Intercultural Programs

 

Children's Program

Piano lesson: Friday 4:00 - 6:00 P.M.

Math Club: Sunday 11:00 A.M.

  

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4th Christmas YoungNak Orchestra Charity Concert

At 5 pm December 7 (Sat) at DPUC.

 

All are welcome!

 

 

 

Christmas Carol Sing A long

December 9, 16 and 23 (Monday) from 5-7 at the nartext of the church we will sing together traditional and cultural and popular Christmas carols led by Veronica Crookall. All are welcome!

 

Traditional

Christmas Eve Candlelight Service

December 24,

7:00 pm:  Christmas Carol Sing-A-Long

7:30 pm:  Candlelight Service

 

 

Healing Prayer Service

 

This service will be resumed when we recruit someone who can play musical instruments. Those who are interested in, please email, dpuc2095@gmail.com   for inquiry.

 

 

 

   

 

 

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Please contact the Rev. John Lee at  dpuc2095@gmail.com. or dpuc@sympatico.ca

Updated on November 24, 2013