The link for this week’s worship is:
Our worship this week includes contributions for a service posted online by the United Church of Canada on June 10, 2021 in celebration of the 96th anniversary of the United Church. You can find the complete service here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kLMGCHlRcSU&t=251s
The service also features an anthem by the Faith and Life Male Chorus – see if you can spot John Poettcker!
- Next Sunday, June 20, we will be marking National Indigenous Peoples Day in our worship.
- Our June 27 worship will include the sacrament of communion.
- We’ll be taking a break from producing weekly online worship during July and August 1st and 8th.
Remembering Violet Rumsey
4 March, 1929 – 30 May, 2021
Our thoughts and prayers are with Brad and Linda as they mourn the death of their mother. Vi was a cherished and valued member of Harrow for many decades. Among other things, she was the librarian, cataloguing and tracking books, DVDs and other resources. We share with family and friends in sorrow and in giving thanks for her life.
Presentation and Discussion via Zoom
During the annual meeting of the Prairie to Pine Region of the United Church of Canada May 28-30, Elder Gloria Cook offered a presentation. We will share the presentation on Wednesday, June 16 from 1:30-3:30 followed by an opportunity for discussion.
Sunday Coffee continues
Sunday coffee every week from 10 to 10:40am.
You’re always welcome for Sunday morning coffee and conversation. This is a great time to see some familiar Harrow faces, to meet new people, to chat about our lives and the world, and just enjoy some time together.
The zoom link (same every week) for Sunday coffee is:
The next Souper Sunday FUNdraiser will be Sunday, June 20 to help cover some costs for new garden spaces with sacred plants and native species, as the well as costs for soup containers, lids & labels.
Susan has been busy with grandson Alex and with garden designer, Logan Froman, beginning prep work for the new garden spaces.
11:30 ON SUNDAY, JUNE 20: Join us for a Zoom conversation with guest Karen Froman to learn more about the garden and about sacred medicines and plants:
Anyone looking for the opportunity to discuss Michelle Good’s ‘Five Little Indians’ will want to join us for Faithful Readers virtual meeting Wednesday, June 23rd at 1:30pm.
THANKS to Mary Ross and Karen Corbett for organizing the annual distribution of geraniums to some of our congregation – and to all those who helped deliver them!
Until next week,
May the God of hope go with us every day, filling all our lives with love and joy and peace …
(from Voices United 424)
(Rev.) Teresa Moysey