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Quincey Deters: The Beauty of Maturity

  We are delighted to welcome back Quincey Deters as our artist of the month for October 2018. The Beauty of Maturity Rust is one of my most favourite subject matters to photograph. Yes… RUST! The prairies of Alberta are a vast graveyard for old, rusting automobiles.  To some it is simply scrap metal, but to …

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Summer Serendipity Services

Looking for fellowship and a good discussion? Every Sunday in July and August  Westwood hosts our informal Summer Serendipity Services: a friendly hour of reflection and discussion on the topic of the week. Weekly topics are listed in the Sunday Worship Service calendar, below,  and on the notice board outside. See you Sunday at 10:30 …

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Westwood Unitarian FreeThinkers’ Book Club 2018-19 Schedule

The FreeThinker Book club meets in the basement of the Westwood Unitarian Church at 7:00 PM on the last Wednesday of the month from Oct-March. The format varies but typically begins with a round table check-in and first reactions to the book. This is followed by a free ranging discussion, triggered by questions from other …

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21 Things You May Not Know About the Indian Act

Bob Jospeh’s new book is available for pre-order now. This promises to be an important read for all who are interested in furthering truth, healing and reconciliation. Available at Westwood on April 15, before and after the service. Bob Joseph will be our speaker that day. Mark your calendar now! 21 Things You Didn’t Know about …

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Can You Help?

As you likely know, Westwood Congregation runs on the gifts of time, creative energy and money from our members and friends. Each week we take a collection but we also consume and celebrate the energies of many volunteers. These include: two persons to make and serve coffee and tea that follows our Sunday service. one …

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Travelling to Nelson?

If you will be in the Nelson area October 22, consider this invitation to attend the Nelson Unitarian Spiritual Centre’s  Ceremony of Belonging. In May of 2016 we celebrated the Emerging Status of the Nelson Unitarian Spiritual Centre! Now we are welcoming those who are able to join them at their Ceremony of Belonging, Oct. 22/17. …

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Campus Ministry … news from Rev Anne

Things are under way at the University, and the U of A Interfaith Chaplains are working on ways to be of service throughout the community.  I had the pleasure of serving on the interview team – which has recommended acceptance of the new Anglican Chaplain, Sarah Holmstrom, to the team. Sarah is a lovely, enthusiastic …

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