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Prayer Vigil Cancelled

In response to the Winnipeg Police news release of Wednesday, April 24, and in consultation with members of the Jewish Community, Westworth United Church has decided to cancel its Interfaith Prayer Vigil for Thursday, April 25. As the Winnipeg Police have stated, “Hate-related crime is one of the most heinous acts we encounter as a …Read more

Interfaith Prayer Vigil

An Interfaith Prayer Vigil in support of the Jewish Community in light of the antisemitic violence at the BerMax Caffé & Bistro will be held on Thursday, April 25, 6:30-7:30 pm at Westworth United Church, 1750 Grosvenor Ave. On April 18, the eve of the Jewish celebration of Passover, antisemitic violence was directed at people …Read more

Holy Week Services

Maundy Thursday, April 18th – Communion Meal of Remembrance (please sign up in narthex) 6-7 p.m.; brief Contemplative Communion Service 8:30 p.m. Good Friday, April 19th – Joint service at St. Andrew’s River Heights United Church (255 Oak Street) at 11:00 a.m. The Story of the Crucifixion through the Seven Sacred Indigenous Teachings.  Flute, organ, …Read more

Ecumenical Ash Wednesday Taizé Service

Come to a quiet, reflective evening of chants in four part harmony accompanied by flute and piano, silent meditation on scripture, prayer candles and anointing of ashes. Service takes place at Westworth United Church, 1750 Grosvenor Avenue on Wednesday, March 6 at 7:30 pm.

Feb 24 bulletin

Westworth United Church 1750 Grosvenor Avenue, Winnipeg, Manitoba on Treaty One Territory in the heart of the Métis Nation   7th Sunday after Epiphany: February 24, 2019 We Gather to Worship   Welcome and Announcements   Candle Lighting and Prelude: “Christians, We Have Met to Worship”                  Craig Curry   Introit: “God Be In My Head”                    …Read more

Samedi Swing

Samedi Swing is Saturday, March 2nd, 6:30 – 10 p.m at Westworth.  Join us for an evening of music an dancing featuring the Westworth Winds Big Band, led by Ray McClelland, and the St. Charles Swing Band,  led by Randy Dalton. Admission: adults $15; children $10, family maximum $40.  Pastry and beverage treats, children’s activities. …Read more

Interfaith Dialogue on Truth and Reconciliation

Westworth United Church is sponsoring an interfaith dialogue on Truth and Reconciliation. A series of four sessions will bring together First Nations Elders and representatives of various faith communities to discuss: What type of healing do we each need? What faith-based skills & techniques will help us address truth and reconciliation? How does our faith …Read more

Community Potluck

Friday, January 18, 6:30pm to 8:30 pm at Westworth United Church House still full of Xmas cookies and chocolate? Freezer still full of too much holiday food? Let us help you with that, bring it to our Community Pot Luck and share with us. Contact Maggie Barnett at 204-489-6974 ext. 23 email-churchschool@westworth.ca for more information.

Dec. 23 Bulletin

Westworth United Church 1750 Grosvenor Avenue, Winnipeg, Manitoba on Treaty One Territory in the heart of the Métis Nation   Fourth Sunday of Advent December 23, 2018   We Gather to Worship Welcome and Announcements Candle-Lighting & Prelude:   “I Wonder as I Wander” arr. Mark Hayes Introit:            “O Come, Divine Messiah”                 16th Century …Read more

A Bright Sadness

Loraine MacKenzie Shepherd                                Dec16, 2018 Phil 4:4-9                                                                              After decades of listening to people’s difficult stories, whether at …Read more