Our Mission

Welcome to the Steinbach United Church, a united community of faith. We invite you to be part of our family. Join us for worship on Sunday at 10:30am. Coffee at 10:15.


Steinbach United Church audio recordings of worship services are available on the  Minister’s Message page

The Transition Team reports 1 and 2 may be downloaded here:

May 4 2014 Transition Team Report

Transition Team Report #2

Latest Blog Posts
2015 11 February

Longing for Home Lenten Study

Posted in Steinbach United

By Moderator Gary Paterson Posted on February 9, 2015 at /2015/02/09/longing-for-home-lenten-study/ Lent is almost upon us… the 40-day countdown to Easter. How often have I hoped that Lent could be a time for slowing down, for engaging in some serious pondering and prayer, and yet how often have my intentions been knocked sideways by the busy-ness […]

Our Mission

To commit ourselves to Jesus Christ
To communicate God’s love to others
To live our lives as servants of God

Our Vision

As a congregation and as individuals,
we will endeavour to fulfill our mission through prayer,
meditation, study, worship and outreach.

We will share our faith through fellowship and teaching,
thus providing opportunities for all persons to belong and grow.

We sing of a church
seeking to continue the story of Jesus
by embodying Christ’s presence in the world.

We are called together by Christ
as a community of broken but hopeful believers,
loving what he loved,
living what he taught,
striving to be faithful servants of God
in our time and place.”

A Song of Faith United Church of Canada



A New Creed

We are not alone,
    we live in God's world.

We believe in God:
    who has created and is creating,
    who has come in Jesus,
       the Word made flesh,
       to reconcile and make new,
    who works in us and others
       by the Spirit.

We trust in God.

We are called to be the Church:
    to celebrate God's presence,
    to live with respect in Creation,
    to love and serve others,
    to seek justice and resist evil,
    to proclaim Jesus, crucified and risen,
       our judge and our hope. 

In life, in death, in life beyond death,
    God is with us.
We are not alone.

    Thanks be to God.