About the Unitarian Church of Edmonton
The primary purpose of this community is to bring together those
people who are in general agreement with individual freedom of belief,
discipleship to advancing truth, the democratic process in human
relations and the universal human community, so that they may hold
religious meetings, promote social welfare and social responsibility,
and further the knowledge and interests of Unitarian Universalism.
To this end, UCE offers many opportunities for fellowship, religious
growth and learning, friendship and social action.
Our minister is chosen by the congregation to act as a guide to
the church in ethical and theological matters. Lay chaplains are
available to officiate at special ceremonies.
UCE is governed by its membership through congregational meetings
and an elected Board of Trustees. Although we recognize no other
hierarchical church authority, we, like other Unitarian Universalist
churches, cooperate with other parts of the denomination through
our membership in the Canadian Unitarian Council.