The link for this week’s worship is:
Are you or someone you know unable to view the Harrow online worship services? If so, please be in touch with the church office. We have a tablet with a few weeks of our worship services loaded on it – and a handy instruction sheet on how to use it!
To Susan Ketchen (and grandchildren MacKenzie & Alex) for keeping our gardens so lovely through cold and drought and now through heat and drought! And to Marek Corbett for this week’s lawn care!
Susan also met with a candidate to create some new garden spaces at Harrow. More about that in coming weeks!
During last weekend’s annual meeting of the Prairie to Pine Region of the United Church of Canada, Elder Gloria Cook offered a presentation. Those from Harrow who were part of the meeting felt it was so good it would be great to share it more widely … and that is just what we are going to do. Wednesday, June 16 from 1:30-3:30 The video from last weekend will be shared followed by an opportunity for discussion.
National Indigenous Peoples Day is June 21. We will have our fundraiser on Sunday, June 20.
This will be a Souper FUNdraiser for Harrow 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.
More information is going out by separate email.
Guest presenter to be confirmed, but there will be a zoom conversation:
Faithful Readers Wednesday, June 23
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 23 at 1:30pm.
We are always happy to receive requests for individuals or situations to include in our prayers. And, of course, we also have a supply of prayer shawls available for gifting. Please be in touch with the church office about prayer requests and/or prayer shawls.
We remember in our prayers:
Those who are deeply affected by news of children in unmarked graves at the sites of former Indian Residential Schools.
All those affected by the strain of providing medical care in the midst of the pandemic and the tremendous stress on our health care system. THANK YOU to all who are working under such challenging circumstances.
Our prayers are also with those who are grieving, those who are ill, and those who are living in the midst of fear, violence, hunger, oppression or danger, whether they be near to us or far away.
Sunday Coffee Continues every week!
Sunday coffee runs 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:
(Rev.) Teresa Moysey
Harrow United Church