You’re Welcome Here! We welcome everyone regardless of age, race, ability, or sexual or theological orientation.
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]
Your Board of Trustees notices many acts of kindness and service by our UU community members, and we’d like to recognize those people, If you notice someone you’ve “Caught in the Act’ of being kind or providing a service to others, jot it down and submit it to the Kudos Kolumnist. We’ll make sure those people get recognized in the Quest and here.
Ron Staughton for his gift of calligraphy on name tags.
John Backhouse, thanks for making sure the recycling gets recycled!
Jamie Davison – RE bulletin boards look great
Bev Webber – getting Peggy to church
Donna Ontonio & Lynn Armstrong we saw you doing paint touch-ups in Panabaker
Mich Michell – at church almost everyday, tech guru+
Bruce Godwin – thanks for taking the caring lap blanket to Nelson
Dick Wilson & Ray Giroux – our secret electricians - thanks!
Eric & Marsha –thanks for soup.
Panabaker Award Recipient – Bev Webber
Congratulations to Bev Webber, recipient of the 2014 Panabaker Award. The objective of the Harold and Marion Panabaker Award is to honour a person for extraordinary services provided to benefit the Church community. Bev has been a huge force in our church, with service on the hospitality committee, service auction nights, second suppers, caring committee and with the Annual Conference, to name only some of her involvements. She was presented with this award at February’s Second Sunday Supper.
Opening Doors Course : Rescheduled
The Opening Doors course has been developed to give recent members (or, really, anyone with an interest) an opportunity to deepen their knowledge of Unitarian Universalist history, theology and worship, lifelong religious exploration, and social justice. The course consists of interactive activities designed to strengthen people’s sense of belonging to the denomination and to this church.
There is still time to register! The course start has been delayed – so please contact the Membership Committee if you would like to learn more or to sign up.
Welcome from Our Minister
ACM Keynote Speech by Rev. Mark Morrison-Reed
The keynote speech from the Annual Conference and Meeting in Calgary 2013. Rev. Mark Morrison-Reed asks Unitarians to step up to the challenge of diversity.
Our address is 1703 First Street N.W., Calgary, Alberta, Canada, T2M 4P4. Use the zoom buttons in the top left corner of the map to get a closer look!