Around here Church isn’t a Hobby…


Prayer Shawls

Hand knit shawls for people in need of some warmth and prayer. If you like to knit. We are always looking for knitters to make these special shawls.

Please contact the church @ or 250-426-2022 if you are interested. 





Like to sing? We are always looking for more voices!

Play an instrument? Awesome! Bring it to choir/band practice on Saturdays! If you play the piano our music director is always looking for a backup so she can take some time off.



Cellar Thrift Store

Located in the basement, the store sells everything from clothing (men’s, women’s, kids) to housewares, toys and books. Proceeds go to several different charities in town as well as supporting our own ministry.

​We are always in need of volunteers to keep this outreach Ministry running. If you are interested please contact The Cellar at 250-489-3961

Hours:  Monday  –  Friday   11:00 am – 3:00 pm
Closed Saturday, Sundays & Holidays




United Church Women

AKA The Women’s Ministry Network (WMN) has long been thought of as the backbone of many United Churches across Canada. They are behind the scenes group in our church. They look after the kitchen, and Outreach projects such as running the Cellar, The Wednesday Morning Breakfast in collaboration with several other churches, collecting winter socks and hats for Street Angels, knitting and distributing prayer shawls, and providing the Church as a space for groups to meet. They also provide rides to our members that can no longer drive to church on Sunday. 



Congregational Care

This is a group of special, caring people, that visit members in the hospital, Joseph Creek Care Village, and the F.W. Green Home. They provide prayer, or just that friendly face to sit and chat with.





Awesome Kids Club

Little Children are Brought to Jesus:  Luke 13:16.  Jesus asked the children to come to him.  ‘Let the little children come to me,’ he said.  ‘Don’t keep them away.  God’s kingdom belongs to people like them.’

Our Children programs range from Toddlers to Teenagers

Teachers & Volunteers available every Sunday and look forward to new faces.



Computer Services

Giving Technology a Great Purpose!
This outreach program accepts all computers, tablets, smartphones, monitors. If you’d like to make a donation, please drop off your equipment at the Cranbrook United Church, in the Cellar shed which is open between 11:00 a.m. and 3:00 p.m. Monday to Friday.  If you would like more information about the program, contact the Church at 250-426-2022 or

Need a Computer? Just let us know!
If you are a student or resident in the Kootenay area and would like to receive a renovated computer through this program, please contact the church office at 250-426-2022.



“Blessing Basket”

Every day our efforts keep someone from going hungry. Every day we bear witness that the church cares for people. Now that we are coming back to the sanctuary for worship, plan to bring something for the blessing basket as you come. Non-perishable foods such as canned goods and dried fruit, pasta sauce, etc. 

Please bring them to the church and know that we are being Jesus’ hands to those in need. 
“Truly I tell you, whatever you did for one of the least of these brothers and sisters of mine, you did for me.”  Matt 25:40