A church with a heart, in the heart of the city.
November 6- Remembrance Sunday and luncheon
November 13 – Guest – Ben Karuhije
November 20 – Communion
November 20 – Outreach – Coffee/apple cider and dainties before church
November 26 – Decorate for Advent/Christmas season
November 27 – Advent 1 – An introduction to Advent through a service called Hanging the Greens
December 1 - Budgets in to church office
December 1 – Tree of Memories – Brockie - Donovan
December 4 – Advent 2 - White Gift service, Baptism
December 11 – Advent 3 –
December 18 – Advent 4 -
December 24th – Christmas Eve – 7p.m – Cantata – Joy
December 25th- No Service
The choir is busy practicing for the Christmas Cantata which will take place at the Christmas Eve service. We welcome new singers at any time but this is especially a wonderful time to join. If you can only be there for a short time we would still love to have you. We start at 9 am on Sunday mornings, work on Sunday's work, warm up with hymns, practice the anthem and about 9:30 start practicing the cantata. Please come and join us especially for the Christmas season. Call Mary at 204-573-9144 for further information or to sign on. Remember we are called to “make a joyful noise unto the Lord”.
Welcome to Our Church!
Welcome to our Central United Church website. We are located in Brandon Manitoba and are situated in the downtown area of the city. The doors are open to anyone wanting to meet their spiritual needs. Our goal is to make everyone feel welcome. Living by our motto “A church with a heart in the heart of the city”. We have an audience of 724 households, and our sanctuary accommodates approximately 850, with our auditorium seating about 250. Central United was established in 1969 with the union of St. Paul’s United, Kemnay United, and First Church United. The Gospel has been proclaimed at the present location since 1881.
An Act Towards Reconciliation
For thousands of years Indigenous people have walked in this land, on their own country. The relationship with the land is at the center of their lives. We acknowledge the first peoples and their stewardship of this land throughout the ages. We acknowledge errors made in the past by those arriving from other lands and we pledge to work towards right relationships with all First Nations people.