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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]
Nominations for the William Irvine Justice Award are open during June, July and August. The objective of the Award is to allow the Unitarian Church of Calgary congregation to honour a person(s) or organization for extraordinary services provided to benefit social and/or environmental justice in the Calgary community.
The nomination should include the name of the nominee along with a statement of his or her qualifications for the Award. The nominee need not be a member of the UCC congregation; however the submitter should be a member; please see the Guidelines for more information.
Submission can be made to the UCC Social Justice Committee.
For the 2015 AWA Climb and Run, we had 22 climbers. Chris Rothbauer, our intern minister, did the 1 km Run and Climb. Bob McPherson, 85, was our Oldest Climber. Bob and Marion, who kept track of our climbs and our belongings, had 4 generations of family climbers. That included great-grandsons, James, 7 and Jacob McGlinchey, 5 , our Youngest Climber. Mahni Bruce, 17, did 10 climbs. Our top climber was Robin Cockett with 11 climbs. Our Top Fund Raiser was Doug Engh, for the fourth year with $1770. Funds Raised totaled $6466.00. Thank you to all the climbers and volunteers.
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.