Church News

71st TMUC Annual Meeting

The TMUC annual meeting will take place Sunday March 3, 2024 in Yale Hall immediately following the church service.

As in previous years, we will be having a potluck lunch before the start of the meeting. Any meal donations can be brought to the hall ahead of the service.

We will also be having a baked goods silent auction! Any type of baked goods are welcome! Please bring your baked goods to Yale Hall the morning of March 3.

Please be in touch with Breanna Drennan-Bilyk if you have any questions (

Annual Report

A digital copy of the annual report is available here.

If anyone would prefer a printed copy please call the office.  Thank you!

Office hours are Tuesdays to Friday from 9:00 am – 3 :00 pm (closed from noon – 1:00 pm). Messages for Dallis Kelly, Office Admin can be left at 204-222-1331 ext 1 or email ; messages for our Minister may be left at 204-222-1331 ext 2 or email  Messages will be monitored and replies for non-urgent messages will be done during office hours.

Rob’s Sunday Worship Reflections are always available in print form – contact him at and he can email you a copy or the office can print one for you.

Livestreaming and recording of the worship service is available on TMUC’s Facebook page.

Calling All Singers! – The TMUC Singers! Practices will be every Tuesday from 7-8:30 pm and we will be singing at the last service of each month and special occasions.

Hymnotic will be helping out with the hymns on the weeks when The TMUC Singers aren’t singing.  If you would like to join us, we practice at 9 am Sunday for the 10 am service.


Transcona Memorial United Church has been working to ensure that every action that we take, will be taken with consideration of that action’s impact on the environment.  

 We continue to strive to: 
• minimize our negative environmental impact 
• maximize our positive environmental impact 
• advocate for positive environmental change 
• continually improve our Environmental Policy 

We are grateful for the ongoing support of the Building Fund, from the community and project sponsors including the Province of Manitoba’s contribution of $55,000 through its Building Sustainable Communities program and the United Church of Canada’s contribution of $30,000 through its Faithful Footprints program. We especially acknowledge the Government of Canada’s recent announcement of a federal investment of more than $480,000 to upgrade the energy efficiency of our community gathering space.