We are not alone. Caring and Sharing God’s love in and for the world.
We believe Harrow United Church provides valuable ministry – connecting people with one another; connecting people with neighbours, connecting people with faith and with God.
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Join us in-person Sunday at 10:30am or via live-stream.
No service July 3 to September 4.
Virtual Sunday Coffee will continue Sundays at 9:30am throughout the summer.
Contact the church office for the Zoom link to join in.
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Help us to raise funds to improve the technology in the church so that we can stay connected to our community.
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Rhyme and Storytime in-person: Fridays at 10am. Join with your pre-schooler for crafts, toys and circle time.
Rhyme and Storytime Online:
Stay connected and join us:
Faithful Readers Book Discussion Group.
You can join us online via Zoom. Read more and download the reading list here: Faithful Readers
We are not alone. Share the Light. Watch our latest video, click here.
Be sure to keep in touch and also check out our programs.
Have questions? Please feel free to contact the church office at 204-284-0079 or by email to firstname.lastname@example.org
Harrow United would like to share these daily devotionals with you from the United Church of Christ.
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Harrow United Church is located on Treaty One Land, the traditional territory of the Anishinaabe, Cree, Oji-Cree, Dakota, Ojibway, the Dene and the Inuit peoples, and in the heart of the Metis Nation, very close to the historic site of Rooster Town, and just a short distance from both the birthplace and burial place of Louis Riel. We are also grateful for the water which flows to us from Shoal Lake 40 First Nation.
We acknowledge the history, spirituality, languages and cultures of these peoples, and their connection to the land from time immemorial. We also acknowledge the pain and suffering they have endured because of colonialism and racism. We commit ourselves to the mending of broken relationships and to new ways of living with respect on this land, and in peace and friendship with its peoples.