who are we?
We are a church that affirms God lovingly created each of us, and we are each beautifully and wonderfully made.
We therefore believe God is for all kinds of loving, faithful and monogamous relationships, regardless of whether they are straight or LGBTQ.
We happily offer marriages for all couples who opt for loving, faithful, and monogamous relationships.
We welcome and accept people of all sexualities, generations, cultures, ethnicity, race, background, & history.
We strive to be like God's world where there are no divisions and labels, but only love, acceptance and welcome.
While beliefs and values within the United Church of Canada can be quite diverse, we find ourselves more or less in the middle. The New Creed (United Church) is one statement of faith from the United Church we believe represents what you'll find here.
the new creed
We are not alone,
we live in God's world.
We believe in God:
who has created and is creating,
who has come in Jesus,
the Word made flesh,
to reconcile and make new,
who works in us and others by the Spirit.
We trust in God.
We are called to be the Church:
to celebrate God's presence,
to live with respect in Creation,
to love and serve others,
to seek justice and resist evil,
to proclaim Jesus, crucified and risen,
our judge and our hope.
In life, in death,
in life beyond death,
God is with us.
We are not alone.
Thanks be to God.
RDLUC Behavioral Covenant
"In this place & community:
We acknowledge and respect with gratitude
the people of Treaty 7 lands.
We are Jesus to each other,
see God in all people,
love, support, and care for one another,
strive to listen and understand.
We, being affirming people, celebrate our diversity,
strive to be radically hospitable and
extravagantly welcoming to everyone
regardless of sexual orientation and gender identity,
mental health, cultural and racial diversity, or physical limitations.
We ask questions and practice doubt,
assume we are all doing our best,
practice non-violence in all its forms,
honour all kinds and levels of contribution and involvement,
practice grace, forgiveness, and reconciliation,
create room for all,
and walk humbly with God.
We invite you to join us."