Harrow United Church
A Member Church of the United Church of Canada

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About Harrow

Harrow United Church is a group of people worshipping God in word and action.

As a community of faith, we seek to be: inclusive and inviting; Grounded today in the teachings of Jesus as found in scripture and tradition; Sensitive and responsive to God's Spirit.

"Caring and sharing" characterize our life together in the congregation, as well as our stance toward the larger community and the world in which we live."

Worship services are Sundays at 10:30 a.m.
guests and visitors are always welcome to join us.

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 Who Is My Neighbour program for immigrant seniors recently published a scrapbook of activities This program will be wrapping up in a few weeks. Thanks to all the presenters, volunteers, Kelvin students, coordinator Sydney and committee chair Lynda for all your enthusiasm and hard work.


Upcoming Events


Yoga with Jane Carroll - every Monday at 9:30 a.m.

$7 drop-in fee. All levels welcome. Bring a yoga mat and a blanket.

Annual Meeting of the Congregation - Sunday, February 8th following worship

The Annual Report is available online here

Rhyme and Storytime every Friday morning 9:30 - 11: 30

Free drop-in program for ages 0-5 years and their parents / caregivers

Here are some of the happy faces who will greet you when you come!

program people Rae, Asia, Lynn 

Zumba toning symbol fruit salad in watermelon bowlZumba and D'Zerts is coming back.

Another fun evening of exercise, food and silent auction prizes. 

Saturday, FEBRUARY 21st 7 - 9 p.m. Darolyn leading Zumba 

And YES!! Darolyn will be leading the Zumba! Get your tickets now.




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oming Events

Aboriginal Teachings and the United Church - adult study February 25 - March 25 at Westworth United Church

Very Rev. Stan McKay

We are excited to be joining our neighbours at Westworth United Church and St. Andrew's United Church for this opportunity of learning and discussion. We are particularly fortunate to have the Very Rev. Stan McKay, Cree elder and former moderator of the United Church, lead this study. The sessions will be held on Wednesday evenings in Lent from 7-9 pm. Feb 25: Meditations on the Seven Sacred Teachings March 4: Traditional Teachings of the new United Church Crest March 11: Being Aboriginal and Christian with Stan and Don Robertson March 18: Evolution of United Church mission, Treaty as Covenant and the Idle No More Movement with Stan and Loraine MacKenzie Shepherd March 25: Spirituality of Life Teachings

Where we are

Harrow United Church

955 Mulvey Avenue
Winnipeg, MB R3M 1G8