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Memorial United Church

13 Church Road
P.O.Box 454
Grand Falls-Windsor
Newfoundland, Canada 
A2A 2T9

(709) 489-6151/Secretary's Office 
(709) 489-2156/Minister’s Office
(709) 489-2439/Manse

Office Hours

Wednesday & Thursday
9:00 -12:00 & 1:00 to 4:30

To make a one-time offering or to set up regular offerings click on the link below. If you are a member of Memorial United, don't forget to include your envelope # for income tax purposes.

Memorial Sunday/Canada Day

During the First World War Newfoundland was a Dominion of the British Empire with a population of 240,000, and not yet part of Canada. The 1st Newfoundland Regiment was deployed at Suvla Bay on the Gallipoli peninsula with the 29th British Division in support of the Gallipoli Campaign. With the close of the Gallipoli Campaign the regiment spent a short period recuperating before being transferred to the Western Front in March 1916. In France, the regiment regained battalion strength in preparation for the Battle of the Somme. The infantry assault began on 1 July 1916, and at 8:45 a.m. the Newfoundland Regiment and 1st Battalion of the Essex Regiment received orders to move forward. So far as can be ascertained, 22 officers and 758 other ranks were directly involved in the advance. Of these, all the officers and slightly under 658 other ranks became casualties. Of the 780 men who went forward only about 110 survived unscathed, of whom only 68 were available for roll call the following day. For all intents and purposes the Newfoundland Regiment had been wiped out, the unit as a whole having suffered a casualty rate of approximately 90%.

In the past, the forget-me-not was used to commemorate those who had sacrificed during war. The small flowers were pinned in the same way that the poppy is used on Remembrance Day, November 11. The province of Newfoundland and Labrador often observes Memorial Day during the morning at the National War Memorial in St. John's and cenotaphs around the province, flying the Union Flag at half staff. In the afternoon and evening they celebrate Canada Day. Besides Remembrance Day, this day is the only other day in which the red poppy is worn in Canada.

From Wikipedia

Centering Time

It doesn't matter who my father was; it matters who I remember he was.

                                                                                                                       – Anne Sexton

Sunday School is closed for the summer
Will begin again on September 16, 2018.
Have a wonderful summer, Friends!

Cancer Relay 2018

This year at the Relay over $52,000 was raised. The top fundraising team was Memorial United Church with $16, 384.22. The highest individual fund raiser was Neil Rowe.

We would like to give huge thanks to everyone who supported us this year in the Relay. Thanks to those who dropped by to show their support. Thanks to those who dropped off food-we never go hungry! And thanks to those who came to walk with us. (FYI we recorded walking 913 laps of the stadium.)

Team members L-R: Front- Neil Rowe, Howard Barnes, Megan Freake. Back- Harold Butt, Dave Stoodley, Dave Anthony, Brian Reid, Scott Gillingham.

Loon Bay Camp

Applications for Loon Bay Camp can be picked up at the Office or call Bonnie Angel at 489-6504


Please don’t forget to put your change in the Loon Bay Camp bottle on the table in the vestibule. You can also donate to Loon Bay Camp at any time. Just pop your donation in an envelope and put it in the collection plate or in the box at the office door.

Click Here for Application Form. (Application contains information about Camp)


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Items for church bulletin

The Church Secretary is asking that all announcements for the bulletins be submitted by Wednesday afternoon. 

Shut-ins List

No longer making it out to church, for whatever reason? please call the office with their name and contact information. Reminder: If you are in hospital for any reason, Please have a family member or friend call the office or the manse and let Rev. Kim know! She would love to visit with you, but privacy laws means that she may not know that you are there.

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