If you come troubled, may you ﬁnd peace; if lonely, may you ﬁnd friendship; if in doubt, may you ﬁnd faith; if happy, share your joy with others. We welcome all persons who seek to live in faith, regardless of age, gender, racial or ethnic background, sexual orientation, differently-abled condition, economic or cultural background; and we afﬁrm that they are full participants in the life, work membership and leadership of this church.
Music Classes for Young Children: Every Sunday, 10:30 a.m. to 11:15 a.m. in the basement minigym.
Choir Rehearsal: Thursday, 7:30 p.m.
Non-Violent Intervention Course: Crossways is offering a Non-violent Intervention Course on Saturday, March 16th, facilitated by Karen Ridd. This is intended for staff, volunteers, partners, rental personnel and congregation
members. The course is free and will take place in the minigym from 10 am to 5 p.m. Lunch will be provided. If you are interested, please contact Tim Higgins or let Val know so we can plan for the set up and food.
The Winnipeg Singers “European Connections” Concert: Wednesday, March 20th, 7:30 p.m. at Young United Church. Choral works from Spain, Finland and more. Music by Leonard Enns, Kathleen Allan, Sid Robinovitch, Pablo Casal, Jean Sibelius and Einojuhani Rautavaara. Tickets available at McNally Robinison and at the door. Adults $30, Seniors $25
West Broadway Community Ministry’s 40th Anniversary Celebration Gala: Saturday, March 23, 6:00 p.m. at the Viscount Gort, 1670 Portage Avenue. Honouring Rev. Bill Cross (Young’s minister 1968-1980) and Bishop Eric Bays, (formerly of All Saints Anglican) two of the ministry’s founders. Tickets $100 / $70 tax receipt. For more information call the ministry’s office at 204-774-2773.
Manitobans for Bill C-262: Manitobans for Bill C-262invites you to Canadian Mennonite University—Marpeck Commons, March 26th, 7 to 9 p.m. Join Fred Penner, Elder Gramma Shingoose, Coco Ray Stevenson, Member of Parliament Romeo Saganash, and others in support of the Bill that would bring Canadian Laws into harmony with the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples. “I view the adoption of the United Nations declaration as ground zero in the reconciliation between Canada and Indigenous Peoples.” – Senator Dan Christmas
Finger Food Potluck: Sunday, April 14. (2nd Sunday of every month)
March 17, 2019: 11:00 am
Scripture: Matthew 20:1-6
VU 111: As the Sun with Longer Journey (Picardy)
VU 112: Our God, How We have Wandered (Lancashire)
MV 137: Welcome, Jesus, You Are Welcome (Sweetwater)
VU 227: For the Fruit of All Creation (Ar Hyd Y Nos)
100-222 Furby St.
1. Nine Circles (off Sherbrook or Maryland north of 705 Broadway) Saturdays and Sundays only.
2. Thompson Funeral Home (across Broadway from the church) After business hours only. Not available Sundays.
Young United Church
The building Crossways in Common is wheelchair accessible with washroom facilities on each floor.
We have rental space available for meetings and other functions that can accommodate 10 to 200 people. Contact the Young office for rental information.