On Sunday, March 12, following the Sunday Gathering, Fort Massey United Church held its second Vicar's Ladle Men's Soup Competition. As a repeat of last year, Captain Angus McDonald was determined to be the winner.
On Sunday, January 22, following the Sunday Gathering, Fort Massey United Church held a luncheon in celebration of Robert Burns Day. Haggis, Neeps, and Tatties were served, followed by cake.
On Christmas Day, Sunday, December 25 a number of Fort Massey Church folk gathered for Christmas Dinner following the Sunday Gathering. This event resulted from the suggestion of Elliott Prouty and was carried out as a cooperative activity by those taking part. A total of about 18 people shared in this meal, which included roast turkey, stuffing, and all the "fixings".
On December 11 Dr. Alasdair Sinclair was recognized for his contributions to Fort Massey United Church over the years as this year's recipient of the Bill Fong Volunteer Award.
On November 20 Fort Massey United Church celebrated its 145th Anniversary with guest preacher Rev'd Donna Lovelace and the induction of David Griffiths to the Order of Fort Massey.
On November 13 four members of the Fort Massey Community were honoured by their induction into the Order of Fort Massey. The members honoured on this day were Doug MacDonald, Alison McDonald, Sharon Ross, Gwen Smith-Dockrell. David Griffiths, who was away in China, will be inducted on November 20th.
On October 9, 2016, after the morning worship service, Mary and Angus McDonald were treated to a cake in honour of their 60th Wedding Anniversary.
The congregation and visitors of Fort Massey United Church were led by Kim Curlett, a student minister, during Rev. Trent's vacation and study leave (July and August), at which time she presented a series of ten sermons, using ten of our stained glass windows as the basis for these sermons. On September 4, 2016 FMC bid fairwell to Kim.