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DragonFly WinterFest

Thank you so much for your interest in supporting and connecting with our Dragonfly Community. In the summer of 2018, we had the first year of Camp Dragonfly. We had 25 trans+ and gender creative children and their families join us for a day and a half summer camp. Campers and families joined us from …

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Nasra Adem  (They/Them) Sept. 23 at Westwood!

Save the Date Sunday Sept 23! NASRA is a queer, Muslim, Oromo artist and organizer, living in Amiskwaciwskahikan (Edmonton) on Treaty 6 territory. As festival director of Black Arts Matter – Alberta’s interdisciplinary Black arts festival and director of Sister to Sister – an artistic showcase by women & femmes of colour – Nasra advocates …

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“More Than Two”

A Welcoming Congregation Sunday Service & Workshop Sunday November 12th, 2017 Westwood is a Welcoming Congregation, which means we are certified LGBT2QIA friendly. These events will help us remain current & committed. We hope you’ll join us November 12th for a Service that explores the spectrum of human identity … “More Than Two … the …

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Celebrate Edmonton Pride Week!!

This years theme – One Pride: Many Voices June 9-18, 2017 Pride Parade Saturday  June 10, 2017 The Unitarian Church of Edmonton & Westwood are registered as one entry (thanks UCE!). Let’s show Edmonton some REAL Unitarian PRIDE!! New this year: The group captain will register for all the participant wristbands – but you need to let …

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Westwood Supports Gender Free bathrooms

Today, Westwoodians followed through on our commitment to be a Welcoming Congregation as we responded to the call from Saskatoon Unitarians to stand up for gender free bathrooms. Rev. Anne’s story for all ages, followed by her inspiring address to the congregation, encouraged all present to participate in a photo session with encouraging messages.

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