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.
2016 marks the 100th anniversary of the Harrow congregation - many fun and faith-filled activities are being planned. check here regularly!
The "100 project"
Throughout out 100th anniversary year, we are engaging in a project each month. Our May Project is in support of "You Can't Spoil a Baby". Check out their website here. Donations of new or gently used items for a child in the first year of life can be brought to the church at any time it is open.
Please join us for our final summer POTLUCK BBQ on Thuersday August 25th from 6 - 7:30 pm. We'll supply the hot dogs & potato chips for all who attend. Feel free to drop by and bring something to share if you like. Come out and enjoy!
Do you need help with your yard work? Harrow has summer students who would be willing to help out with light yard work if you are in need of some assistance. If your home is located within 10 blocks of the church, at 955 Mulvey Avenue, then feel free to call the church office at 204-284-0079 to talk to the students about your project.
Rhyme and Storytime will continue throughout the summer months every Friday morning 9:30 - 11: 30 am. Free drop-in program for ages 0-5 years and their parents, grandparents and caregivers. Come out and join the fun!
Yoga with Jane Carroll will be offered again for the Fall Session beginning Monday September 19, 2016. Details will be posted here in the very near future but in the meantime enjoy the lovely summer weather. We look forward to seeing you again in Fall 2016.
Are you looking for ways to be involved in welcoming refugees? Please contact us - we're looking for community partners to share our enthusiasm
Read our Summer 2016 newsletter here.