Prairie to Pine
Weekly News

The United Church of Canada
We acknowledge with gratitude the traditional territories of our Indigenous and Metis neighbours and their hospitality. We offer our respect and commitment to living into right relationship with all our relations.
November 18, 2020

Information that you would like included in the Weekly News should be sent to Cherry through this email by 4:00 p.m. on Tuesdays: 


We REALLY want to facilitate the sharing of news about pastoral concerns, celebrations, educational opportunities and events so PLEASE share them with us. Due to the volume of requests, we will be pleased to publish announcements about events on 2 occasions before the deadline for registration and/or the actual event.

NOTE: We will be aiming to send out the Weekly News on Wednesdays.

  • Our thoughts and prayers are with Lorraine Kakegamic and her family and friends as they support her son, Ryan Kakegamic as he continues to recover from serious health condition in hospital in Thunder Bay. Lorraine is a Pastoral Relations Liaison in Prairie to Pine Regional Council and attends Immanuel United Church in Winnipeg.
  • Our thoughts and prayers are with the Rev. Jim Penhale who is receiving care in Portage District General Hospital after breaking a hip in a fall.  His spouse Lorna indicates that greetings would be most welcome and can be forwarded using the “Well Wishes” link at
  • Our thoughts and prayers are with the Rev. Jenny Sprong and the people of Knox United Church, Roblin as Jenny transitions to retirement on November 30, 2020. We understand that they had a very creative and fun send off for her prior to our entering our Critical Red lockdown restrictions.


(Current as of November 18,2020 based on Public Health Orders that same into effect on November 12, 2020 and correspondence with government sources after that date. Most of this information was shared by email on November 13,2020 with active Ministry Personnel and Pastoral Charge Supervisors)

On Tuesday, November 10, 2020 the Premier and Chief Public Health Officer of the province of Manitoba announced that the whole province will be moving into RED and further restrictions will come into effect as of Thursday, November 12, 2020 at 12:01 a.m. for the period until December 11,2020. Those restrictions include the closure of several non-essential businesses and the closure churches and other faith based organizations. Details of the public health order are now posted online at:
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Community of Faith Events Calendar

Reminder: our Community of Faith events calendar is open 24/7 for online events! As long as the public is invited, you can post it. From workshops to worship, go for it. Here’s the handy form:

Manitoba Bridge Grant  New

Notice was received on November 13, 2020 from Marsha Street, Regional Cabinet Office of the following:

Please note that if you are a registered charity or Non-Profit organization you may be eligible for the newly announced Manitoba bridge grant of $5000.00 to those places ordered to close during this time.  The informationabout eligibility, commonly asked questions and the application form are available through the following link:

The application period is between November 16 and December 15, 2020.
Having sent the information available to Erik Mathiesen, Chief Financial Officer of the United Church of Canada for comment and direction based on the organization structures within the United Church of Canada, Erik indicated that it seems that Communities of Faith are indeed eligible. Whether applications are made by separate congregations in a multi-point pastoral charge or the pastoral charge depends on which entity has a Charity Number. Some governments want a letter from the denomination about how the United Church is organized so if that request comes please notify Judy Hare at the Regional Office and we can provide that for communities of faith if needed.

About Annual Meetings of   New
Communities of Faith / Pastoral Charges
for 2020 before December 30, 2020

The Executive Minister, Shannon McCarthy reminds all congregations that they need to have an electronic Annual meeting in whatever way works best for them. Given the restrictions in gathering sizes presently in the province of Manitoba this meeting could be held by Conference Call or zoom. Meetings need to tend the minimum list that is in the Manual, this is required by CRA. The agenda can be very short and just do the things listed in section B.5.2 the Manual (page 61). For details on how to notify people of meetings being held through these means please see the attached directions :

The requirement for quorum for an Annual Meeting is listed at section B.5.5 (page 63/64) the most that is required is 20 people if the congregation is over 100 people otherwise it is 10 (between 30-99) or 1/3 if it is less than 30 members.
The Regional Council has a ZOOM account that those who do not have access to one within their congregational membership can access for use for Annual Meetings. This can be booked on a first come first service basis for Annual Congregational Meetings through Cherry Abad ( and each of the staff have Conference Call accounts that could be booked on a first come first serve basis for use for congregational meetings during these times restricting face to face gatherings. Please contact a staff person for that information. Please book these BEFORE sending out notices of your meeting.

There are free ZOOM accounts available online.


The Prairie to Pine Weekly News is our primary means of dispensing information during these times. For those who are not currently receiving, to get registered to receive the Weekly News please email Cherry Abad with your request (
Some information is also available through the Prairie to Pine Regional Council website:

Canada Revenue Charity Returns 2020  New
due by December 31, 2020

Earlier in 2020 the Canada Revenue Agency extended the deadline for submission of the 2019 Charity Returns with a form T3010. Just a reminder that those 2019 Charity Returns ARE due in by December 31, 2020. The failure to file these returns can result in your Charity Status being revoked and among other things an inability then for your Community of Faith to issue charity receipts for any donations. The governing body of your Community of Faith should check with your Treasurer that this important piece of work has been completed.

2020 Assessments  New

As part of the steps to help Communities of Faith cope with cash flow during the pandemic, the United Church indicated that payment of assessments could be deferred or postponed. Many congregations elected to defer scheduled assessment payments during the early days of COVID-19. Deferred assessments are still payable. To reinstate preauthorized payments e-mail

Those making assessment payments by cheque should make the cheque payable to “The United Church of Canada” and include your M&S Number and “2020 Assessment” in the memo line of the cheque so it is credited to the correct account. Please mail your payments to:
Assessments—The United Church of Canada, 200-3250 Bloor St. West, Toronto, ON, M8X 2Y4.
If you are not sure what your 2020 assessment is, you should find an email sent to the same email address as General Council uses for communication regarding statistics. Further information about assessments can be found here:
For those of you how have already paid your assessments in full we appreciate that you have made the effort to do so in these challenging circumstances.

Mission and Service Fund Donations 2020  New

Mission and Service Fund. Some communities of faith forward donations received locally to the national church at intervals during the year and others traditionally hold them until the end of the year. This year to manage cash flow many congregations opted to do the latter. A reminded that any donations received for Mission and Service Fund are considered designated givings and must be forwarded to the national church preferably by the end of the calendar year or as soon as possible thereafter. Monies in the Mission and Service Fund are used for mission and ministry of the United Church in Canada and around the world. For more information about ministries supported through that fund please see

Officers and Directors Insurance New

In the most recent webinar on Congregational Finances during the pandemic on October 28, 2020 entitled “preparing for year end 2020”, there were comments made about D & O Insurance (Directors and Officers Insurance). Among the comments were that “you may need to do more work to renew your insurance, both to qualify for national D & O and update applications for local coverage”. For more information please check the PowerPoint or recording of that webinar on United-in-Learning:

Financial Webinars United-in-Learning  New

The next webinar on United in Learning will be on November 25, 2020 on Preparing Budgets for 2021. There will also be a session on December 2,2020 called “Ask us Anything (for treasurers)” For more information about webinars please see further details at :

Support for Ministry Personnel  New

These are stressful times when ministry personnel are attempting to fulfill the tasks associated with their role and calling and find safe and creative ways to keep congregations connected and spiritually nurtured. For many the time it takes to draw upon the gifts and skills of others to carry out some tasks and the learning curve around new technologies to enable meetings, study groups, worship and virtual coffee times to happen is significant. Ministry Personnel are encouraged amid all that is being required of them, to tend to self care and seek out the support of others if and when it might be helpful. The Employee and Family Assistance Plan of the United church of Canada offers several supports accessible online or by calling: 1-800-387-4765

With further details under:

The Committee on Ministry Personnel Support of the Prairie to Pine Regional Council recently sent out an email about a program offering the listening ear of some experienced retired/retained colleagues, the MP2MP Connectors. Every two weeks on Tuesday afternoon at 3:00 p.m., Ministry Personnel are offered the opportunity to check in with one another through a ZOOM connection. The next one is December 1st, 2020 with the link for the connection available on the P2P website under the events calendar or in the Weekly News.

Advent and Christmas Preparations updated

The Moderator of the United Church of Canada, The Rev. Richard Bott is planning a Blue Christmas Services for December 09, 2020. Please stay tuned for further details which will be shared when they become available.

When the lay leaders from various Communities of Faith met via ZOOM last Tuesday and the Ministry Personnel met yesterday, there were some discussions about how to do Advent and Christmas in these pandemic times. There was discussion about various resources available online through the United Church website in Advent Unwrapped including a 2020 Advent Calendar, instructions for making an Advent wreath, various liturgies including a couple involving multiple hymns or carols that can be used for services at home or for those either worshiping in person or sharing worship with their communities through email, mailings, live streaming or YouTube taping. The link for these resources is:
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Open Out Podcast  New

Open Out podcasts are currently in the Commencing series - looking at the lived experiences of churches that are opening outwards
#2. "Decluttering concepts" - navigating through the worlds/words of intercultural competency, cultural intelligence, cultural humility, etc.
#3. "Space, place & displacement" How the concept of placemaking can anchor and enrich our intercultural explorations
#4. "Storytelling, deep listening & disengaging expectations" Group decision-making is never easy - but with a culturally diverse group sometimes it seems almost impossible! Why?  We explore the challenge of making decisions together as a diverse community with Erik Law of the Kaleidoscope Institute.  Also Adrian Jacobs of the Sandy Saulteaux Spiritual Centre shares a Haudenausonee teaching.

Music for Life  New

Please see the poster for a Zoom webinar hosted by Music for Life.

CLICK HERE for information about this group.

Send an email to to REGISTER and get a Zoom link to the webinar.

Transgender Day of Remembrance, New
Friday November 20

Transgender Day of Remembrance (TDOR) is internationally recognized on November 20th every year. This day raises public awareness of hate crimes against transgender people; it is a day to publicly mourn and honour the lives of those who might otherwise be erased and forgotten. 2020 is now the worst year on record for the murder of trans people worldwide. Please see for more details.

TDOR began in honour of Rita Hester, whose murder on November 28th, 1998 sparked the "Remembering Our Dead" web project. Her murder — like most anti-transgender murder cases — has yet to be solved. In 2020, as always, trans women who are Black, Indigenous and women of colour are the majority of those who we must, yet again, name as victims of hatred and violence. Please find a United Church resource here, and a Jewish prayer for the day here. Please check your local Pride Society for online vigils, as public vigils are very unlikely this year.

Facebook group to support your
live streaming learning curve 

If you live stream your service, or are thinking of moving things online, and you want a place to share ideas, check out this Facebook group!

Peoples of African Descent
and the Canadian Churches 

Thursday, November 26, 6:00-7:30 PM in MB and SK. This is a cross-Canada Conversation on the International Decade for People of African Descent (IDPAD), hosted by the Canadian Council of Churches. Click here for full information.

Affirm United/ S’affirmer Ensemble

Kitchen Sink open conversation series

Affirm United/ S’affirmer Ensemble Kitchen Sink open conversation series, December 1, 5:30PM in MB. Full information on the series is here. Focus for this final event in the series: Global partners and LGBTQIA+ rights.
Our world seems smaller and more confined since COVID began. May these stories help widen it, and help us see where our prayers and actions from home can support those we may never meet in person, but with whom we are part of the Body of Christ.

Invite a global speaker to your

worship or community of faith!

People in Partnership invites you to learn more about the work and mission of partners around the world by inviting an individual to come and share their stories with United Church of Canada communities of faith. Find out more about these pilgrims, companions, co-workers and learners here. Although speakers are grouped by region below, many are available to present and share remotely with your community of faith online. Please contact to invite a speaker.

Stewardship update for November:
around the globe and at home

God’s Mission, Our Gifts offers the latest stewardship news and resources. This month, stories include gratitude from Beirut, Lebanon for our gifts; the ongoing struggle for peace within and between some Asian nations; ideas for thank you letters at a time when people may struggle to give; a reminder of other resources, including offering prayers for November that are here. Read the whole (short!) newsletter here. If you or your community of faith want a snapshot of all of our Mission and Service givings and what they support, click here for the 2019 overview.

For the Love of Creation:
climate change and sustainability events coming up

The United Church of Canada is part of a national ecumenical effort for Climate Justice called For the Love of Creation, joining with over thirty national church and faith based organizations. This effort focuses on theological reflection, local/congregational engagement, and political advocacy. There are a series of events coming up through November to help us engage in different aspects of the often difficult climate change conversation. Click here for an overview, and to register.

More details about For the Love of Creation, and many introductory resources, are available here, on their brand new website.

Olive harvest in the Occupied Palestinian Territories:
short video

As Canada settles into winter, the Middle East also prepares for the close of the growing season. The annual olive harvest is a deeply significant time, culturally, economically, and spiritually. In the Occupied Palestinian Territories, it is also a time of great tension and violence. Olive groves are frequently targeted by extremist Israeli settlers who are living in the Occupied Territories in defiance of international law. The World Council of Church offers this short video about the struggles facing Palestinian farmers:

Video licensing opportunity!
Deadline November 18

The United Church has negotiated video licensing agreements that include Paramount, Universal, Alliance Atlantis, New Line Cinema, Miramax, Disney, Veggie Tales and many more! Public Performance Licenses enable your community of faith to show full-length or clips from movies or TV shows for public viewing as a part of things like worship, fundraisers, family nights, youth group events, or educational programs.

For more information about these licenses, the fee structure, and how to apply, please visit: You can also have a look at some frequently asked questions here.

The deadline for this round of applications is November 18th, 2020. We will offer another round of licenses to be available starting part way through next year. For any additional questions, please email or call Alexandra at or 1-800-268-3781 x4157.

Naramata Centre  New

Cozy up to Winter with an Online Program
Rest, reflect, and create through Naramata Centre's virtual programs. Meet with others around the country and join in on live sessions intended to nurture your spirit. Browse through some of the upcoming online classes for December and January and register now to secure your spot!
See All Online Programs

St. Andrew's College
Winter Online Courses 

Feeling cooped up? A little bit of cabin fever? Is your mind feeling numb and blank? Forget COVID 19 … you may be experiencing theology deficit syndrome! St. Andrew’s College has just what the doctor ordered: a panoply of winter courses.

Please click here for more information and how to register.

Gifts with Vision catalogue  New
open for your Christmas gifts

The United Church’s Gifts with Vision offers us alternative gifts that empower communities and don't add more "things" to a world awash with them. Consider this for Christmas or birthdays this year. Have a look at the many inspiring options here.

Advent Unwrapped 2020 resources!

Get ready for Christ(mas)! Advent—a holy, four-week countdown to Jesus’ birthday—begins on Sunday, November 29! Get ready to make room for Christ and the radical, countercultural messages that Christ brings. Throughout the season, videos, prayers, family resources, and reflections on this page will introduce and explore the Christmas story. For more worship resources visit our Advent and Christmas worship pages. Follow our Advent Unwrapped Facebook page for regular updates on all kinds of resources.

United in Learning webinars for November

Lots of webinars are on offer, from preaching to racial justice, retirement resources to the continued series for church treasurers and other leadership who are navigating COVID finances. Click here for the latest.

Clusters and Networks update
(and reminder of $$!)

We know more online meetings may be the last thing on your mind. But just in case: If you are considering starting a new Network or Cluster, or if you’ve already been gathering, please take a moment to make sure that the Regional Council knows you’re meeting.

If your Cluster or Network is open to new members (and we hope it is) please make sure you’re listed. Please contact your Regional office (at the bottom of this newsletter) or Julie Graham ( to make sure we have contact information and a short description. And remember: there is money in the Regional budget to support your work. Maybe you want to offer to pay for event registrations or resources. Maybe you want to submit receipts for a get together lunch over Zoom to support a sense of community. Questions about this? Contact the office.

New Resource for Musicians and Ministry
and Personnel Committees

There is a resource now available online, which is specifically written for M&P Committees and church musicians. It was a collaborative piece of work between Adam Hanley of the Ministry and Employment Unit, Alydia Smith who resources the Worship Desk at GCO and some reps from Music United.  For those of you with a longer history in this work, you might want to know that it's a revision of a long out-of-print resource from 2004.   

Reminder: be careful with photo copyright!
Here are some tips

Photos are vital to our websites, social media, worship PowerPoints and much more. They add a lot to our online ministry and in-person PowerPoints. And they’re sometimes a little too easy to take and share. So please beware, and follow good copyright practices. Click here for some further information, resources, and ideas for copyright-free or fair use photos.

Sharing resources for re-engaging during COVID 19

During recent ZOOM meetings with leaders from Communities of Faith (September 15,2020) and Ministry Personnel (September 22,2020) requests were made from some for samples of protocols developed by Communities of Faith for worship in building, celebration of baptism in person, celebration of communion in person, celebration of virtual communion on World wide Communion Sunday and plans for Sunday School or ministry with children and youth (both in person and virtual). If you are willing to share any of your resources please send them along to Cherry Abad and indicate whether you are willing to have a link posted on the Weekly News or prefer that they be available to others only upon request from Regional Council staff.

A reminder that there are links to resources of various types on both the Prairie to Pine Regional Council website and the General Council website. Another website with resources for ministry with children and families is Messy Church at Home:

Resources for re-engaging during COVID 19       

The United Church of Meadowood are offering their Pandemic Policy and Plan  as a sample for those who are in the process of developing one and could benefit from a sample. It has approved by their local governing body and been implemented.

For further information please contact :Sandy Katyrynuik Office Administrator at UCiM: 204-256-7002
Westworth United Church, Winnipeg is also sharing their Reopening Plan. For the month of October, the church has returned to online worship and beginning its Online Sunday School.
Fort Garry United Church Safe Reopening Plan
This reopening plan is the result of a small ad hoc committee, struck by the Leadership Team, whose efforts were extraordinary at tailoring a plan to suit the specific needs of Fort Garry United Church. Our response to COVID-19 was quick and we switched to worshiping using Zoom on March 29, 2020 right at the beginning of the pandemic. Out of concern for the safety of our congregation, we have not returned to in person worship services, even when over the summer our cases in Manitoba dropped to nearly zero. Using the results of a congregation wide survey to garner ideas, as well as our Provincial Health Authorities, and United Church of Canada recommendations, this Safe Reopening Plan was developed. We will be ready when it is safe to return to in person worship. 

UCW Statistics Report

To all UCW Pastoral Charges, please complete the statistics form. Completed form should be mailed or emailed to Gaye Pokotylo by December 1, 2020 (address and email are on the form).

12th National Children Sector and
CSO Advocacy Workshop

Kenya Alliance for Advancement of Children (KAACR) would like to invite anyone interested to speak at the CSO National workshop next week in Kisumu via zoom. You could share UCC experience on how it's addressing child labour globally. 

The Workshop will be on 17th - 20th November 2020 in Kisumu city, Kisumu County. 
The theme of the national workshop:

Slogan: Child Labor Affects All
Strategies of Eliminating Child Labor in all settings in Kenya
Please click here to see the concept paper for the workshop. For more information, please contact Amy Crawford, Team Leader Identity and Mission | Identité et Mission at

1JustCity Community Ministry
St. Matthew's Maryland

Do you want to help West End families enjoy a special Christmas this year?

Can You help us make sure COVID-19 doesn't Cancel Christmas? Our annual Christmas Store will be a new challenge this year, no doubt! But we are committed to keeping Christmas from being cancelled this year for West End families.

Please click the poster to find out how you can help.

'Just Christmas'

For the past 12 years, the United Church congregations of Northeast Winnipeg have held a ‘Just Christmas’ event, featuring vendors who promoted and fund-raised for non-profit local and global justice projects. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, we have regretfully cancelled this year’s event.
For those wishing to support some of those projects this year, here is information provided by four vendors:
website: .
 Contact: MARG: 204-794-9763 or email or
JOANNE: 204-612-9700 or email
THE CUTTING EDGE gives Refugee and Immigrant women the opportunity to learn valuable job skills in a comfortable, culturally appropriate setting.  Merchandise includes face masks, toques, placemats, aprons…
GRANDS 'N MORE supports Grandmother's in Africa as they care for millions of children orphaned by Aids. They sell bags, bibs, balloon balls, pendants and more. Website
L.I.T.E. works with partners to shatter the barriers preventing individuals from gaining skills, connections, and experience needed to become employed. Fund-raising includes cookbooks and pancake breakfast gone virtual. Website

Christmas Fundraiser
St. Charles Headingley United Church


St. Charles Headingley United Church has partnered with Shelmerdine Garden Centre for a Fundraiser selling Poinsettias, Door Swags and Gift Cards. We hope you can help sell them to friends and neighbours.

Due to Covid – we are using PAPERLESS ORDERING – Below is an online link direct to our customized order form with all the pertinent details for the order.

The deadline for placing orders and payment is November 22nd.

There is a Voucher Pickup program for the plants and door swags for people to go directly to Shelmerdine to pick them up – at pickup you will have a choice of what color of poinsettia to choose.

Vouchers and Gift Cards will be available to pick up from the church on November 26th (times to be advised).

For more information, please contact Ramona Crowther – (204) 782-1123 –

An update form Rock Lake United Church Camp

November 6, 2020
Dear Friends,

At our last meeting, the Board of Directors discussed the importance of keeping the congregations affiliated with Rock Lake United Church Camp more informed. We hope the following letter provides some insights as to what has been happening at Rock Lake Camp.

This year would have marked our 135th anniversary. We had a fundraiser and Open House celebration planned. Unfortunately, because of COVID-19 we were unable to proceed, as the Camp had to close due to government restrictions and for health and safety concerns. The closure impacted the Camp in many ways. Although we were approved for grants from both the Winnipeg Foundation and the Hometown Green Team, we were unable to accept them as they were contingent upon camp being open. Regardless of having no income, we still had expenses to cover, such as property taxes and insurance, as well as the usual utilities and maintenance.
Read more

New Recruitment Officer - St. Andrew's College

St. Andrew’s College has just hired a new Recruitment Officer. The Rev. Shawn Sanford Beck took up the post shortly after Thanksgiving, and is looking forward to conversing with folks in each of the Prairie Regions (and beyond). If you know of anyone in your community of faith who might benefit from and contribute to theological education, please help connect them to Shawn. He can be reached at or 306 441 6367.

Prairie to Pine Reaching Children,
Youth and Families

As a follow-up to a Zoom sharing session, a Facebook group by the above name was formed. We feel there’s a need to share ideas and resources across communities of faith, as we figure out how to reach children, youth and families while unable to meet in-person, or while following physical distancing measures.  Please click here to be directed to that Facebook Group. Then join to add your own questions or post ideas and/or links to resources.

Prairie to Pine Covenant

The Regional Council Executive approved the Prairie to Pine Covenant. A copy of the document can be viewed here.

Greenshield Announcement

This past week a notice went out from Greenshield, the Benefits provider for the United Church of Canada to all members informing them of new requirements related to its Online Services. It requires members to log into their account and to share banking information. A few calls were received at the Prairie to Pine Regional Council Office inquiring about its legitimacy. Having connect with General Council the office, the Pastoral Relations Convener wants to assure the constituency that it is a legitimate invitation.

If you do have questions about the legitimacy of any notice that you receive requesting personal or banking information it is good to check it out with the Regional Council Office, General Council Office or the actual agency before opening the email. 

Stewardship update for November:
around the globe and at home

God’s Mission, Our Gifts offers the latest stewardship news and resources here. This month, stories include gratitude from Beirut, Lebanon for our gifts; the ongoing struggle for peace within and between some Asian nations; ideas for thank you letters at a time when people may struggle to give; a reminder of other resources, including offering prayers for November that are here. Read the whole (short!) newsletter here.

Livestreaming Everything?!
Resources available

Recently the United Church’s Edge network hosted a meeting on the sometimes difficult task of live streaming worship. Here’s a 50 minute video of that meeting; a summary of resources for live streaming best practices is here- you can download and share.

Shared Recording Music (hymns/anthems/slideshows)

Many congregations have been recording music (hymns/anthems/slideshows) for use in on line worship.  Sharing our work is an effective way to be good stewards of our time and talents.  A small number of congregations have been sharing files through Drop Box and are now inviting others to do the same. (there is no cost to upload or download from drop box). There is no obligation to contribute material, but if you have music which can legally be shared (copyright is to be respected) that would be great. We are working on a simple spreadsheet which will serve as an index to the materials available.
Contact Don Schau ( for more information. 

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