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.
|Sylvia Krogh—the best UCE activist! By Christine Mowat|
|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.