Faithful Readers

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The Faithful Readers book club The Faithful Readers meet at Harrow approximately once a month in the Church Parlour from 1:30 – 3:30 pm  unless otherwise stated. Feel free to join. Call the church office if you have questions. 955 Mulvey Avenue. Telephone: 204-284-0079             Office e-mail: secretary@harrowunited.ca     Here are the upcoming books that they will …

Worship Services during the Christmas Season

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Harrow Worship Services:   3rd Sunday of Advent, December 16 Musical guest: Andrew Penner You are always welcome at Harrow United Church.       Wednesday, December 19, 7:30 pm  Longest Night/Blue Christmas This quiet candlelit service will offer a time of remembrance, shared grief and gratitude for those whose death leaves its mark in our lives. …

Messy Church November

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Harrow United Church had another Messy Church event, this one was held November 24th. Several families gathered to share a meal together. There were plenty of activities for young and old, including using story blocks to recreate the Christmas Story.  It was definitely a hands-on, getting messy kind of event. Cutting out, decorating and eating …

Drop Off New and Gently Used Toys and Books

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St. Matthew’s Maryland Community Ministry Christmas Store needs new or gently used donations of toys & books for kids, clothing & gifts for all ages to be sold at their church at reasonable prices to families. Please drop off your donations by Dec 9 at Harrow United Church, 955 Mulvey Avenue.  

Engaging with our Neighbours in Hope and Transformation

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Harrow United Church Engaging with our Neighbours in Hope and Transformation November 2018 Greetings from Harrow United Church. We are so glad that you are a part of our community. Thank you for enlivening our spirit of “Caring and Sharing”. It takes approximately $190,000 a year to keep the doors open at Harrow United Church. …

Musical Guest November 18

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Harrow United Church was blessed with the gift of music when Elation Pauls and her family visited.  Elation suggested two of the scripture readings as well as playing her violin so beautifully and accompanying the choir on several hymns.         We were also treated to a a performance by her daughter Clara …