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We believe Harrow United Church provides valuable ministry – connecting people with one another; connecting people with neighbours, connecting people with faith and with God.
Such ministry is the combined work of many people. We are grateful for all the ways in which folks participate in and support the ministry of Harrow United Church, and we want to give a gentle reminder that we also appreciate your financial support!
Harrow United Church has been a part of the community for over 100 years.
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Please note: We’ll be taking a break from producing weekly online worship during July and August 1st and 8th.
We are not alone. Our doors may be closed but our hearts are not.
Harrow United Church is still here for you.
Be sure to keep in touch.
Most Harrow programs are being offered online. Stay connected and join us.
Faithful Readers Book Discussion Group.
You can join us online via Zoom. Read more here: Faithful Readers
The Prayer Shawl Ministry is individuals who knit or crochet prayer shawls that are gifted to people experiencing illness, grief, trauma and other situations. They are also gifted to welcome a new family member.
The Good Morning Alanon Family Group has posted a message – please check it out under the Community Activities tab above.
We’ve started a Harrow bulletin board – if you have anything you would like to post or add, please submit messages through the office by phone or email.
Please feel free to contact the church office at 204-284-0079 or by email to firstname.lastname@example.org
Greetings from Harrow United Church.
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.