Break-in on March 18, 2023
Harcourt Memorial United Church was broken into on Saturday March 18 during the overnight hours. Much of our Audio Visual Equipment, some laptops and other technology were stolen. There was costly damage to doors and locks throughout the building. While we are grateful to have insurance coverage for most items we do have a $5000 deductible which is an unanticipated expense. Any donations to offset our deductible would be greatly appreciated and received with gratitude. Ways in which you can give:
Join us for earth Hour!
Sale of antiques, collectibles & vintage
2023 Annual General Meeting
Annual Congregational Meeting
Sunday, March 5 (12:00-2:00 p.m.)
In Sanctuary and on Zoom
If attending on Zoom, please pre-register by March 3 on SignUpGenius here.
It is important to read the 2022 Annual Report before the meeting here. Some printed copies are in the Greeting Area and the bin outside the parking lot entrance at the church. The 2022 Financial Reports and the Proposed 2023 Budget are included. Please note that the Manna report has been replaced.
We ask that you read two other documents before the meeting (copies in Greeting Area).
- Meeting agenda here
- 2023-2024 list of Council, Committees and Teams here
Wednesday, March 1 (7:00-9:00 p.m.) on Zoom: Brian Magee will host a Budget Information Session to help you understand the details about our revenue sources, anticipated expenditures, and overall assets. It’s an opportunity to ask questions before the Annual Meeting. Please watch for the Zoom link next week.
Our Annual Meeting is an important time to review the past year, and to look forward to what 2023 holds for Harcourt. Please join us!
2022 Annual Report
The 2022 Annual Report is now available online below. There are physical copies in the Greeting Area of the church and in the bin outside the main door to the parking lot. We encourage you to view the report online if you are able to do so. The trees thank you and so does the Church budget!
Guide to Lenten Reflections 2023
A Word Cloud created by answers from our community members at this morning's combined worship service between the Music & Message and Harcourt Manna groups. The bigger the word, the more people who inputted the answer. What stands out to you? Do you have different ideas?
COVID-19 Update: November 24, 2022
Ahead of Advent and Christmas festivities and services, the Re-Entry Planning Group met to review the COVID 19 precautions currently in place. As expected in autumn, respiratory infections are increasing, with influenza, RSV and COVID 19 all circulating. Public health is encouraging us all to make sure we are up to date with our COVID 19 boosters and influenza immunization.