Our Purpose

The Unitarian Church of Edmonton — a liberal religious, multi-generational congregation: We celebrate a rich mosaic of free-thinking, spiritually-questing individuals joined in common support and action. We welcome diversity, pursue the common good, and work for justice. We believe in the compassion of the individual heart, the warmth of community, and the search for meaning in our lives.

| Sunday Service | 10:30am | 10804-119 Street | Edmonton |780.454.8073 |

Our Minister

Our minister acts as a guide to the church in ethical and theological matters, as a leader in worship (freedom of the pulpit is granted by the congregation) and as a friend and counselor to all who seek these services.

Rev. Brian Kiely has been the minister at the Unitarian Church of Edmonton since September of 1997. He is a leader of the Unitarian Universalist church both nationally and internationally, so we are lucky to have him as our minister. Brian is a terrific speaker and a nice person. He's a great cook and a dedicated Edmonton Eskimos football fan.

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Unitarian Church of Edmonton

NEXT SUNDAY SERVICE -- Feb. 7 “I’m Sorry” Service leader: Rev. Brian J. Kiely. Canadians supposedly apologize a lot - almost automatically. But our social convention is just that, a convention. Reconciliation starts with a confession that is an honest accounting of our actions.

WHAT'S NEW? A theatre evening at our church, Saturday 6 Feb. Local actors John Sproule and Coralie Cairns will perform Love Letters by A.R. Gurney on the stage in our sanctuary. This play opened on Broadway in 1989 and has been a hit ever since. This is a church fundraiser: the actors are donating their talents. Tickets at the door.

Divining the Digital Reformation

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