Sundre Seniors Socialize! Under the federal New Horizons for Seniors program grant, we are able to offer programming for seniors aged 55+ who are single, isolated for any reason & newcomers to the community. The program supports healthy aging, social participation and inclusion for seniors.
Come join us! The program began in June, and continues this fall on Sept 14 & 28 from 5 - 7:30 pm. We move to afternoon times in October. Dates for fall will be: October 12 and 26, November 9 and 22 and December 7 from 12 - 2:30 pm. Please register with Joyce Wicks at 403-638-1950 or email@example.com.
Each event starts with a meal, followed by a Community Resources information exchange and ending with musical entertainment. We have been averaging about 60 people per event, so feel free to come and join in on the fun!
Welcome to the Sundre United Church
While the Sundre United Church Pastoral Charge was inaugurated on September 29, 1942, our roots go back to 1924 when our community was served by student missionaries from Eastern Canada.
The United Church is the largest Protestant denomination in Canada. Ours is a rich history closely entwined with the development of Canada itself.
Like other Christian churches, The United Church of Canada is rooted in God, Jesus, and the Bible. However, the way we understand God, practice our faith, and read the Bible is distinct, just as it is distinct in other denominations of the Christian church.
We're glad you're here and hope you find information that is helpful, inspirational, and leads you to a closer relationship with God.
As the time of COVID 19 distancing progresses, know that we are still the United Church, striving to serve you and the community. Our ability to do that requires financial support, and we are so very grateful for those who are able to continue to support us in these challenging times. Please click here or the red button above to help your church during this time.
This video explores what it might mean to work on dismantling White supremacist culture within the United Church. This may feel uncomfortable for some! This video is offered in the recognition that The United Church of Canada has committed to becoming an anti-racist church. This video, which is part of a series, explores one element of what it means to becoming anti-racist denomination.
JOIN US EVERY WEEK! SERVICE STARTS @ 10 AM SUNDAY MORNINGS
August 7, 14, 21, and 28
SPECIAL SUMMER SERVICES
August 7 - 10 am, Rev Janice Beaudry
August 21 - 10 am, Kevin Dorma