Port Nelson United ChurchAn Affirmed Church, 3132 South Drive Burlington, Ontario,
Weddings at Port Nelson United Church, Burlington


Sunday Service - March 24 at 10.30am

Announcements for the week of March 24 (Port Nelson Notebook)

Easter and Lent 2019

Lock-up/Security Position
This paid position starting immediately involves locking the church up each evening and opening the doors on weekends as arranged by the Church Administrator. Please contact Ministry & Personnel Committee by email pnucbu@gmail.com to apply for the position.

Annual Report 2018

2019 Pledge Card
2019 Pledge Card - Please complete the pledge card for general offerings and return to the church office by February 3 PDF

Children and Youth Ministries Brochure

Visioning Plan 2017

Adult Small Groups Brochure

Reaching Out Ministries Brochure

Caring Ministries Brochure

Music Ministry Brochure

A complete list of activities is available on the Events Listing page and our Worship opportunities can be found on our Our Sunday Morning page.


Beautiful SanctuaryWedddings at Port Nelson United Church, in RoselandPort Nelson Church Sanctuary - perfect for weddingsSouth Drive Photo

Weddings at Port Nelson United Church

If you are visiting this page, perhaps you have recently become engaged to be married, or perhaps you are looking for a church community in which to hold a wedding.

Port Nelson is a beautiful site for a wedding, situated in the heart of Roseland, south central Burlington. Our more contemporary styled sanctuary is lined with stained glass, featuring a long centre aisle, and you will experience the beauty of our community of faith who will support you in this new time in your lives.

We have an open marriage policy, and perform ceremonies for couples of all sexual orientations and gender identities. We also offer renewal of vows services.

For further information on weddings at Port Nelson, including our complete marriage policy and a list of fees, click here. If you wish more information about weddings at Port Nelson, contact our minister, Rev. Michael Brooks.