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Get To Know Us

Our Mission Statement:


Our challenge is to be a caring people of God; growing in faith, developing friendships,                  witnessing through action, and nurturing our hopes for the future.

Our Core Values:


We value Advocacy: Through awareness, education and engagement, we believe in reaching out

to others in ways that provide voice and are responsive to need, in our church community and beyond.

We value Faith: We are guided by Christ’s example with hope, prayer, reflection, compassion and love.

We have faith in things we cannot see.

We value Inclusiveness: We seek to be open to every person.

We seek to welcome and respect every person.

We value Love: We seek to create a safe environment founded on relationships of trust, respect,

belonging, acceptance and support.

We value Family and Community: Our church is our extended family where every person can

‘come as you are’. We seek to understand and support each other at home, at church and in our community

Pancake Breakfast
Spiritual Colouring
P.I.E. Day
(Public. Intentional. Explicit.)
Movie & Discussion
Lenten Poetry Group
Team Spirit Day

God’s love is like the rainbow’s arc,

the promise never ends,

It wraps us ‘round with loving arms

claiming us as friends.

 -from God's Love is Like a Prairie Dawn,

written by Diane Taylor-Neale and Rev. Ken Powers

from Heritage United Church

Our Mission

Heritage United Church operates on the traditional and current lands of the Cree, Ojibwe, Saulteaux, Dakota, Nakota, and Lakota nations referred to as Treaty 4 Territory. This land is also the homeland of the Metis nation. May we strive to live in right relationship with Canada’s Indigenous peoples and may we ceaselessly strive towards our collective liberation from systems of racism and oppression.

Learn More About the United Church of Canada

Learn More About the United Church of Canada

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