who are we? 

We are a pretty diverse community! You'll find people of different age groups, locales, traditions, sexuality, ethnicity, culture, worship preference, and class. We like it that way! We'd opt for diversity over uniformity, knowing and trusting that God's Spirit moves in and through each of us. We like to say that we are a 'big church with a big Jesus' - a group of people who, despite differences, gather together to be in community and grow in our faith as we explore what it means to love God and love each other. We strive to be inclusive and open to each other and anyone else who comes in our doors. We hope that you'll feel welcome, wanted and accepted here.

We are a big church with a big Jesus. That means within this one community you'll find lots of different people, stories, opinions, ideas, and questions. But what we share in common is the belief that Jesus shows us what it means to be truly human, that through following him we experience new life, and that God calls us to make this world a better place.

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Meet our team! While we are super thankful for all the leadership within the community, here are the leaders and staff who help make RDLUC such a great community to be part of. 

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With the beginning of RDLUC in 1909 in the beautiful chapel, to the construction of the new sanctuary and Midlands Link, RDLUC has a long and rich history that includes an amalgamation with Midlands and Wesley United Churches.

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At Red Deer Lake United Church, we choose to be a community of compassion and inclusion.

We affirm God’s unconditional love and acceptance of all people by welcoming individuals of any ethnic/cultural diversity, age, sexual orientation, socio-economic or marital status, gender, mental health, or physical ability.

We seek to create supportive spaces and programs that are inviting and nurturing for all.

We understand that attending church can be challenging and intimidating. By embracing everyone with open hearts and open minds, we hope to bring comfort and acceptance to those with doubts or questions, those who are new to this church, and those who are exploring what faith and spirituality mean.

Relying on God’s love and grace for guidance, we open our doors to all to celebrate our diversity and join our spiritual journey.