The Unitarian Church of Edmonton is a congregation openly and honestly searching, learning, connecting, and serving.

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  • Thank you to everyone that participated in our July 21 Summer Service “Going Plastic Free”, especially our service leader Susan Ruttan 🥰 and our guests @wastefreeyeg  # UU #unitarian #church of #edmonton #treaty6 #yeg #plasticfree
  • This Sunday’s service is about going Plastic Free...
Saying Goodbye to Plastic: It Ain’t Easy 
July 21 10:30am
Susan Ruttan
Susan shares her struggles to replace plastic in her life. 
There will be music, snacks and a celebration of the earth.

All are welcome to attend

Join us at 10:00am for coffee/tea (as always in refillable/washable mugs)
@WasteFreeYEG will be in attendance

Service begins at 10:30am
Unitarian Church of Edmonton 
10804-119 Street
No stairs, 
no scents please (link: https://www.facebook.com/events/907924992873725/?ti=icl) facebook.com/events/9079249…
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  • Dragging Dog Days Of Summer show held by Dragging Youth Series. 
This is the monthly All Ages Drag Show; a fun time for everyone!

All money raised goes to charities.

All are welcome to attend!

https://www.facebook.com/events/907924992873725/

At the silent auction in support of Hope Lives Here Animal Rescue Society #hopeliveshereanimalrescue
#Drag #UU #Unitarian #Church of #Edmonton #yeg #Treaty6 #WelcomingCongregation #lgbtq🌈 #lgbt #lgbtq2s
  • Here are just some of the fantastic prizes for the silent auction tomorrow at the Dragging Dog Days Of Summer show held by Dragging Youth Series. 
This is the monthly All Ages Drag Show; a fun time for everyone!

All money raised goes to charities.

All are welcome to attend!

https://www.facebook.com/events/907924992873725/

At the silent auction in support of Hope Lives Here Animal Rescue Society #hopeliveshereanimalrescue
#Drag #UU #Unitarian #Church of #Edmonton #yeg #Treaty6 #WelcomingCongregation
  • Sunday Services Begin at 10:30am
Please come early to grab a coffee in a washable mug, say hi, and find your favourite seat in the sanctuary.

10804-119 street

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#welcomingcongregation 
#UU's #love #Coffee
  • Tomorrow:
July 14 
Hope and Perseverance: Genocide Memorial Service
Rev. Audrey Brooks
For almost a decade Audrey has been hosting a genocide memorial service in her front garden. This 11th Anniversary of the annual Genocide Memorial Service will be held here at UCE with words, music, dancers and a potluck after the service.

Sponsored by the Unitarian church of Edmonton and Edmonton Interfaith Centre for Education and Action

https://www.facebook.com/events/301042367490646/
#genocide #socialjustice 
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Thank you to
Paula E. Kirman (@livingsanctuary )
for the use of the photographs
  • 11th Annual Genocide Memorial Service, “We are all family.”
Sunday, July 14, 2019
at 10:30 a.m. at the Unitarian Church
of Edmonton at 10804-119 Street 
Members of all faiths and ethnic groups are invited to participate in the Annual Genocide Memorial Service

Please go to Facebook to read more details https://www.facebook.com/events/301042367490646/

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#genocide
  • Pet Service was so much fun today! Here are a bunch of photos of some of the loved ones that attended. 🥰🐶🐱🐰#UU #Unitarian #church of #Edmonton #yeg #pets #dogmom
  • June 30 
Blessing of the Pets 
Rev. Brian J. Kiely
Our last service of the regular church year welcomes in the animals that make our lives brighter and better. Bring your companion whether cat, dog, goldfish or whatever. (Pictures are okay too). We will acknowledge what they bring to us and bless each one individually.

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  • June 28, 2019 is the 50th anniversary of the Stonewall Riots, which is known by many as the beginning of Pride. On June 28, 1969, at the Stonewall Inn in Greenwich Village NYC, Marsha "Pay It No Mind" Johnson threw the first shot glass as an act of resistance against routine police raids in the gay community. 
Over the course of five decades, the LGBTQ civil rights movement has gone mainstream as lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, genderqueer, intersex, asexual, non-binary, and polyamorous folx have come out and fought for our right to be ourselves in the privacy of our homes and in the public square. In the wake of the AIDS crisis, we fought to stay alive when the rest of society left us for dead. Together we've co-created communities of resistance and re-imagined faith and family in a world hostile to queer existence.
For Unitarian Universalists, Pride was not just a new way of being but a renewed commitment to our first Unitarian Universalist principle, the inherent worth and dignity of every person. Unitarian Universalist Pride has been about being "called in" to recommit to our sixth Unitarian Universalist principle of peace, liberty, and justice for all. For many, this has been a calling of joy as lesbian and gay ministers have found a faith that fully embraces our gifts, callings, and freedoms of conscience. For others, this calling in has been an arduous journey as transgender UUs have been forced to fight for full acceptance and inclusion in a faith that all too often falls shorts of being faithful. Likewise, non-binary, bisexual, asexual, and intersex UUs strive to be fully embraced in a Beloved Community eager to claim them as their own. 
In honor of Stonewall 50th, I am inviting UUs of all identities to share a short reflection about what 50 years of pride means to you as a Unitarian Universalist. 
Thank You for your participation,
Rev. Michael J. Crumpler LGBTQ and Intercultural Programs Manager at the UUA
Please go to https://www.uua.org/lgbtq/blog/stonewall50?fbclid=IwAR17Gr61S0qC74jAgyCXDYfzoUcTDI0bXgr6uj_nqoKLVGgAbIPFv6IQAvU for more details
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