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Unitarian Church of Edmonton

The Unitarian church was first founded in Edmonton in 1912, based near the brand-new University of Alberta. In the late 1930’s it folded but was reborn in 1954 as the Unitarian Church of Edmonton. In 1982 a second Unitarian church was founded in Edmonton, with the help of UCE, called Westwood Unitarian Congregation.
For a full history, go to Our History Site to find photos and original documents.

The UCE History Project also records the stories of church pioneers who have contributed so much.  

 

 

 Jan McMillan: Mover and Shaker By Lillias Cowper

 Gaylord and Edwina Madill: Community Builders

 

 Jim Logan: Honorary grandfather By Susan Ruttan

 

 Inge Hess: Outdoor Adventurer By Audrey Brooks

 Lynn Wolff: A Woman of Principle

 

Meet Jennifer Hinchcliffe

 

 The Story of Robert Begg and Gordon Ritchie By Christine Mowat

 

 Rev. Mark Mosher de Wolfe (1953-1988) by CHRISTINE JOHNSON

 Lilas Lysne: A Bright Spirit By Susan Ruttan

 

 Don and Elaine Royer By Susan Ruttan

  Marge Roche By Louise Charach

 

 Rev. Audrey Brooks By Audrey Brooks

 

 Liz Cloutier By Lillias Cowper

 

 Stella Clarke By Louise Charach

 

 Florence Campbell By Audrey Brooks

 

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From Louisa May Alcott, Susan B. Anthony, and P. T. Barnum to E. E. Cummings, Charles Darwin, and Charles Dickens.