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The Unitarian Church of Edmonton offers many opportunities for fellowship.


UCE Walkers

Each Friday morning, we take a different walking route along the beautiful ribbon of green parks and nature areas in the city.


We have a Yahoo group for members and friends of UCE to facilitate discussion of issues that are important to us and to post announcements.

  1. Click on this link:

  2. Click on the "Join This Group" button when the group homepage appears.

You do not have to have a Yahoo account to participate.



Join us in the fellowship area after each Sunday Service for coffee, mingling and an opportunity to find out more about UCE and its activities.


The Unitarian Church of Edmonton has three luncheons per year for members and friends who are retired or semi-retired.

  • Spring Luncheon
  • Fall Luncheon
  • Christmas Luncheon

We meet in the church lounge on a designated Friday, at noon. Please bring a donation to cover the cost of the sherry. We would enjoy your company, so come and be welcomed. Newcomers are warmly invited to attend.

For more information, contact Barb by phone at 780-456-0157 or email at


There are many opportunities to volunteer at the church, during services, Sunday school, at special events or on weekdays in the office.


Chorealis is the Unitarian Church of Edmonton choir. Newcomers are welcome.


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UCE Home Location Sunday Services Newsletter Site Info Contact Us About Us Programs & Facilities News & Events Ministry Governance & Administration Community Links The flaming chalice is a symbol of Unitarian Universalism. It is drawn from the history of the Christian Reformation in Czechoslovakia where Jan Hus asserted that all members of the congregation, and not only the priests, should be allowed to drink from the chalice at holy communion. Hus was burned at the stake for his efforts, but his followers persisted in building a church that believes in the "priesthood of all believers."