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We come together in beloved community,
guided by our Unitarian Universalist principles and sources,
to grow in wisdom, welcome and deepen relationships,
and act for a just and sustainable world. [Read more]
We are located on Treaty 7 territory, traditional lands of the Siksika, Piikani, and Kainai (Blackfoot),
Tsuu T’ina (Sarcee), and Nakoda (Stoney) nations
Our Time and Talent auction will allow bidding on our wonderful offerings after the service on three separate Sundays: February 26, March 5 and March 12. Bidding sheets will be displayed on our bulletin boards beginning Sunday February 26. As of 12:15 pm on March 12, the bids will close, winners will be notified and the money collected for services and items won.
While we hope this event will provide fun opportunities for members to interact with each other, we also hope that it will be a good fundraiser. However, people with no money are welcome to bid future church volunteer hours up to a maximum of 8 hours per person, valued at $10 per hour.
Check out our great auction offerings and make some plans to bid!
Yes, Leslie Buckle will be the recipient of the Panabaker Award for 2016-17, which will be given out at the January 29th lunch. Leslie is a great musician: a long time member of the church choir and a participant in TriUU, and the backup accompanist for those Sunday services when Jane Perry is off duty. She is a past Board member and Treasurer, and is the chair of the Membership committee. Currently she is co-chair of the Refugee Support Committee, with Marsha Haug.
The 2016 William Irvine Social Justice Award Recipients are Chantal Stormsong Chagnon and Cheryle Greyeyes Chagnon. This mother-daughter activist team and founders of the drum group, Sisters from Another Mother, are regular participants and organizers of many social justice events in Calgary, especially one focusing on women’s and indigenous justice.
Rev Debra Faulk has issued a challenge to the congregation to read the full Truth and Reconciliation Commission (TRC) Report Summary!
When 11 year old Anthony heard "stand up, stand up, people of grace” in an anti-trans rap from an Alberta mom, he was offended. This is not, in his opinion, what religion is for. He invited Unitarians from across Canada to join with him in sending messages to trans kids. And they did!
And here are the folks at the Unitarian Church of Calgary showing their support.
What do Unitarians believe if we don't follow one set of doctrines or religious teachings? Here is a simple, heartwarming, and eloquent story that will open your eyes to the Unitarian Universalist tradition - a religion that is spiritual, principled, and welcoming to all beliefs, colours, creeds, and gender orientations. Courtesy of Rev. Tandi Rogers on the occasion of Samaya Oakley's ordination in Vancouver, BC. Samaya was our intern minister here in Calgary in 2012-2013.