May God’s light lead us.

Watch our Worship here:

Tuesday, January 19 at 11:00am I will host a group viewing of the TED talk by Valerie Kaur followed by a time of discussion. This is the TED talk I mention in this week’s sermon.

You can join by following this link:

Faithful Readers Book Discussion Group

Do you enjoy a good read? And stimulating discussion with others about the book? Then perhaps you’d like to join the Faithful Readers gathering on Wednesday, January 27 at 1:30pm.

The book for discussion is From the Ashes by Jesse Thistle

Zoom link for the meeting is:

Sunday Coffee

Sunday coffee continues every week from 10 to 10:40am. This is a great time to see some of the familiar Harrow faces, to meet new people, to chat about our lives and the world, and just enjoy some time together. 

The zoom link for this week and every week is:

Study and Discussion Group

Interested in joining others for some reading and discussion – and learning more about the gospel according to John? We will meet by zoom once a week for several weeks; dates and time are not yet finalized. Please let us know if you prefer daytime or evening.

As a resource we will be using An Audacious Invitation by Walter Farquharson and Jeff Cook. We are taking orders for print copies of the book. Please contact the church office if you would like a print copy. Price is $12.60. It’s also available as an ebook.

Drawing on the imagery from Samuel in this week’s service: 

Though it may seem The word of the LORD was rare in those days; visions were not widespread (1 Samuel 3:1), remember as well, The lamp of God had not yet burned out.

I am grateful for all the stories, all the acts, all the music or speech or art or photography that reminds us that the lamp of God has not yet burned out, and that, although visions are not widespread, there ARE still visions. 

May God’s light lead us.


(Rev.) Teresa Moysey

Harrow United Church

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