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National Aboriginal Day Events

A note from Rev. Samaya Oakley & Rev. Meg Roberts, CUC’s Truth, Healing and Reconciliation Reflection Guide Team: “At the CUC ACM in Vancouver, we received an elder’s teaching that we should go where we are invited—so check whether it is an all community event. Relationships are built when you show up for each other. Have fun!” …

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  Government House Park, 9938 Groat Road, Edmonton. This park is on the north side of the North Saskatchewan River, adjacent to Groat Road. Friday, June 10, 2016-11:30 AM Rain/miserable weather – back-up date Friday, June 17, 2016 Everyone welcome! Please contribute your memories of Helen. Bring a chair and picnic lunch. For inquiries contact: Sylvia Krogh at 780-454-6216 or Rhyl Stollery at 780-432-4052 …


Mother’s Day for Peace

Mother’s day wasn’t always about buying flowers and taking your Mom for a nice dinner.  At the height of the American Civil War, abolitionist, social activist, poet, and Unitarian Julia Ward Howe, knew that something needed to be done to end the battlefield slaughter. She felt the need recognize the grieve that resulted from battle in …

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Yes, Atheists Are Welcome Here!

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text] Posted on March 28, 2016 by CUC Sometimes, Unitarians have a hard time articulating who we are and what it is we believe in. This might help: On Sat, March 25, CBC’s ‘The National’ interviewed Rev. Gretta Vosper, a United Church minister who is an atheist, which has produced some ripples. The CUC sent …

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