Our Community

Our Community

We are a 300-member Affirming Community of Faith in the United Church of Canada. We are a non-judgmental, inclusive group of spiritual seekers, who are all about “being” and “belonging” rather than “believing.” read more

Why Connect

Why Connect?

Maybe the first reason to find yourself in a United Church like ours is that we have a lot of fun! The life of the spirit is full of joy, and we reflect that in almost everything that we do. Discover more substantive reasons to connect read more

Spiritual Work

Spiritual Work

The life of the spirit isn’t divided between times for action and times for contemplation. Real social action is a way of inner spiritual work, and spiritual work is the core of social action. We are involved in the life of the wider read more


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Our Minister

Dr. Miller received his Ph.D in 1984 from the University of Chicago in Religious Studies.  He taught full time at St. Mary’s University in Halifax, and for 20 years as a sessional lecturer at the University of Alberta in the Religious Studies program and the Faculty of Extension.  For the last 24 years Dr. Miller has been a Fellow of the Jesus Seminar, which has published significant books on the historical Jesus and the origins of Christianity.  Dr. Miller has served as Minister at Garneau, Robertson-Wesley, and Sherwood Park United Churches.  He served for many years on the Board of the Mahatma Gandhi Canadian Foundation for World Peace and from 2004 to 2008 he was the MLA for Edmonton-Glenora.



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What Are People Saying?

We have all come to the right place. We all sit in God’s classroom. Now, the only thing left to do is to stop throwing spitballs for awhile.


The world spins, but most of us seem to stir for nothing anymore other than gadgetry, gloppy food, corporate sports and bad films. None of it ever fills the emptiness. Look below the emptiness, and find the gold inside you.

Who can aid you in this Blessed Calamity of life? Come, join the courageous who have no choice but to bet their entire world that.

The world is a little thing, like a hazelnut in our hands.But it is in God’s ever-keeping, in God’s ever-loving, in God’s ever making. How could anything ever be amiss? Yes, all shall be well, and all will be well, and all manner of thing shall be well!God grant you all you dreams and desires—it is all in the choosing, it is all in the asking

Julian of Norwich