McCulloch operates with an Official Board which meets quarterly. It is made up of the members of the Session, Committee of Stewards ,and Board of Trustees . There is a representative of United Church Women, Representation from Sunday School and Men’s Club, and Presbytery Representative at these meetings. Our Session members are in full membership of the church and are chosen by the congregation to have oversight of the spiritual interests of the congregation with the minister. Elders serve a five- year term with the minister acting as chair and he/she also does the devotional time. Elders meet bi-monthly, responsible for Bible Study and support Mission and Service by reading every Sunday. Elders and various people from the congregation act as greeters and hand out bulletins at the door. We have a worship Worship Committee which plans communion services and decorates the sanctuary for special services and provides feedback and suggestions to the minister and organist. The Organist and Minister co-ordinate scripture and message , making use of Voices United, More Voices, special music, piano and organ for worship services . There is also a Christian Education Committee which supports our Sunday School , a Visitation Committee made up of several active people who meet the needs of those shut in or in need of contact. Our Pastoral Care Committee consists of 4 people designated and trained for hospital visitation, accepted by the local hospital Spiritual Care Committee to assist the minister . Our Membership Committee consists of several Session members to complete statistics and keep membership list up to date. The Committee of Stewards and Board of Trustees and Ministry and Personnel Committee operate according to the guidelines and mandates outlined in the UCC Manual.
Harmony – Camden is in the Town of Truro because of annexation to protect the watershed area. Our quaint little country Church sits on a parcel of land high on the hill at Harmony Camden intersection. The community of Greenfield is to the East; Murray Siding-Valley to the North, Stewiacke area to the South, downtown Truro to the West. Truro has a population of just under 13,000 and it services over 50,000 people from the surrounding communities. Truro has approximately 300 business and services offered in the downtown area and two shopping malls.
Truro is located in North Central Nova Scotia at the eastern end of the Bay of Fundy approximately 95 km from Halifax. Truro is known as the hub of Nova Scotia, and is an important centre of transportation, manufacturing, agriculture, trade, and education. It is the centre of a network of highways and roads to all parts of the province, including a four-lane highway to the city of Halifax, which is approximately an hour away. The Halifax International Airport is a 35-minute drive. Truro provides the main line of the CNR between Montreal and Halifax, Truro is provided with comprehensive passenger service.