For Monthly Calendar View – at right side of page click the word “Agenda” to select alternate views
This calendar shows:
- all Westwood Sunday services & events
- regularly scheduled Westwood meetings
- dates to remember, like Minister’s & Administrator’s office hours
- building bookings, including Westwood events, non-Westwood public events and private bookings
Use the “Categories“ or Tags” buttons to toggle different types of events on and off.
Use the ‘Agenda” tab at right at change from daily, weekly, monthly view of the calendar.
March 12, 2017
Topic: Rev. Fulgence Ndagijimana came to Canada over a year ago after escaping a near death experience in the hands of the regime in Burundi. During this service, he will talk about his life in Burundi where he lived in a simple and familiar environment and how he now has to navigate a complex new context in Canada. A difficult story told by a hopeful minister!
Speaker: Rev Fulgence Ndagijimana
Service Leader: Brenda Jackson
Musician: Steve Bell
**kids start downstairs today**
October 8, 2017
Topic: Thanksgiving is meant to be a pause for gratitude. But so many of us are hungry: hungry for time … hungry for appreciation … hungry to be seen … hungry for love. What are you hungry for? Come, this week, and be fed!
Speaker: Reverend Anne Barker
Service Leader: David Williamson
Musician: Steve Bell
** Kids begin upstairs this week (It’s ‘Apple Turkey’ Sunday!) **
** There will be a ‘2nd Sunday Thanksgiving Potluck Lunch’ following the service**
October 15, 2017
Topic: Operation Fruit Rescue Edmonton: Building Community One Apple at a Time
Board Member and Orchard Manager, Mike Johnson, will share the history of OFRE. OFRE mobilizes volunteers to harvest, process, and preserve local fruit. OFRE gets the fruit in the hands, mouths, and minds of people in the Edmonton capital region by fostering community involvement and knowledge sharing.
Speaker: Mike Johnson
Service Leader: Lisa Stein
Musician: Sheila Killoran
** kids start upstairs/downstairs **
May 19, 2019
Topic: 150 Ways to Grow: How You Can Make a Difference After the TRC and Canada 150
Gwichyà Gwich’in historian Crystal Gail Fraser & Dr Sara Komarnisky co-authored #150 Acts of Reconciliation. This immensely popular resource has had over 60,000 unique views, won awards, and influenced Canadians to take a new approach to reconciliation in ways they never thought possible. Please join us in this adapted-for-Westwood presentation where Crystal Gail Fraser will talk about seasons of growth and how those are often uneasy and messy, but highly rewarding times.
Speaker: Crystal Gail Fraser
Service Leader: Sally-Ann Mowat
Musician: Joel Crichton
**Children begin downstairs**