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. “Socktober” is this month's project. We’ll be collecting socks for all ages to be donated to 1JustCity for distribution to United Church Community Outreach Ministries.
Anniversary Sunday - Our grand celebration
Circle your calendar for Sunday, November 20th. We have invited neighbouring congregations and choirs to join us that day and will have a massed choir. Former choir members or other occasional singers welcome to join in! There will also be a catered luncheon following worship. Tickets will be available for purchase until a November 15th.
Sunday at 10:30 we gather for music, prayer, stories and preaching. Child care and Sunday School for all ages.
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 Mondays from 9:30 am to 11:00 am. $60 for 10 weeks fall session began September 19th; drop-in fee $7, space permitting.
Tuesday October 18th, 7pm The Missing Children: Truth and Reconciliation Children died at residential schools, went missing, or were moved to another school. Often, families were not informed. If the children died, where were they buried? How can their families learn what happened? Why is it so hard to get information? Anne Lindsay, Research Archivist at the National Centre for Truth and Reconciliation, has worked with families of those who attended the Brandon Residential School and will share her findings.
Sunday October 23, 2016 is the Autumn “All Work Church Bee” You’re invited to join us for a light lunch before pitching in to help get the church and some of our neighbours ready for the winter season. Yard work, painting, dusting, general cleaning. Thank you so much for your help with this.
Read our Summer 2016 newsletter here.
Grieving? Missing someone special?
Join us Tuesday, November 1st at 7 p.m. for Remembering All Saints. Candlelight service with music, prayers and quiet contemplation. All welcome.