Who We Are
Princess Street United Church encompasses a warm, inviting, and accepting congregation as a member of the United Church of Canada. Our church is conveniently situated in downtown Kingston, nearby Queen's University, St. Lawrence College, and the Royal Military College of Canada.
Princess Street United Church (PSUC) is a caring and friendly congregation, providing traditional Christian leadership under the capable guidance of our minister Rev. Susan McAllister, organist Scott Milligan, church staff, and many dedicated volunteers who contribute their many gifts to the life and the work of the church.
PSUC has a roster of committees to oversee all aspects of the life and work of the church; The Official Board, The Session, Trustees, Ministry & Personnel Committee (M&P) and the Stewards Committee. The Board meets four to five times annually to review reports from various committees and oversee the work of the church. Our official Board Chair is also elected at this time. The Sessions and Stewards meet every other month. We are grateful for the many talented and caring people who work within this structure, and in every other job which needs doing. We are thankful for those who often carry a burden of governance and those who enable all of us to be a Church family.
For more detailed information on our committee structure, and the work we do, please check our Annual Report.
Members of our church family come from throughout the city of Kingston to support our mission of spreading God’s love and supporting our congregation and community. We hope that you will join us in this journey.
Kingston (the Limestone City) is a city in eastern Ontario, about 260 km northeast of Toronto and west of Montreal, Quebec at the eastern most tip of Lake Ontario where it meets the St. Lawrence River. Kingston is well known for large institutions such as Queen's University, St Lawrence College, the Royal Military College of Canada, and government offices. Kingston has many historic buildings, including military forts and towers, the original parliament buildings of Canada (now part of Kingston General Hospital), and many homes of Sir John A MacDonald.
Being right on the water, Kingston is home to many water sports such as sailing, motor boating, fishing, and scuba diving. Kingston has the feel of a small city with a population of 152,352, yet has all the advantages of being only a few hours from big city shopping and entertainment.
Right in the centre of Kingston, minutes away from a very bustling downtown, on the main street of Princess Street, is Princess Street United Church (PSUC). Kingston and PSUC are all overwhelmingly warm and generous communities where wonderful things happen when we come together.