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Byron United Church
420 Boler Road
London, ON N6K 2K5

Phone: 519-471-1250
Fax: 519-471-4721

Email Us
» Rev. Dr. Gregory Brawn

» Ric Graham
Minister of Pastoral Care

» Andrea Smith
Sunday School Coordintaor

» Tom de Gryp
Music Director

» Deb Farrell
Church Administrator

» David Smith

Food Bank

Byron Cares is the joint effort of all of the Byron-area churches, working together to meet local needs. The food is available to anyone in need Tuesday & Friday afternoons between 1:00 - 3:00.


On Sunday, May 21 we welcomed three new members! In the last 15 years, over 220 people have joined our church family!
Everyone Welcome!
Sundays at 10:00 AM

 including Sunday school

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Prayer Requests
Pastor Greg and our Prayer Team members would be pleased to pray for you and your loved ones.
CLICK HERE to submit a confidential prayer request:
Our Faith
Front Cross

"A community where all find and live God's love, grace and joy."

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Church Newsletter

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Why We Do Some of the Things We Do

There is no “perfect” way for Christian congregations to do things. Over the years here at Byron United,

Syrian Families

Byron United Church has sponsored six Syrian refugee families (11 adults + 18 children/youth) to come to London. Most of these Syrians are Christians who worship with us regularly. As their English continues to improve, we are blessed by their love and fellowship!

The most recent family of four arrived on July 3, 2019. This family are relatives of one of our earlier families. We are delighted that a team from the congregation has organized accommodation, furniture, essential supplies and support for them. Please keep these families and all displaced people in your prayers.

Know Jesus
“If you confess with your mouth that Jesus is Lord, and believe in your heart that God raised him from the dead, you will be saved.” – Romans 10:9