Who We Are

Get to know your church community.

We are Woodcliff United Church

Our Sunday Morning Worship is at the heart of our community life where we gather together at 10 am each week to worship.

But our wonderful church is buzzing with activity all week long. The strength of any church is in the dedication of its members. Woodcliff is fortunate to have a strong, caring group of volunteers helping in the life and work of Woodcliff United Church. Woodcliff’s congregation is passionate about all of our programs and we invite you to explore these in What We Offer.

We are also fortunate to have a wonderful staff team that contributes to the community and we introduce those folks to you here so you recognize their smiling faces when you visit the church.

We strive to be a vibrant and caring community living our faith.

Our Staff

Reverend Eric Pagé, Minister

Reverend Eric Pagé


Sandra Atkinson

Music Director

Sheri Bolitho

Children’s Ministry & Communications Coordinator

Charlotte Petti

Office Administrator

Ray Williams

Nicole, Youth Ministry Coordinator

Nicole Macmillan

Youth Ministry Coordinator

Our Church Council and Board of Trustees

Woodcliff United Church Council meets the second Tuesday of each month. All are welcome to attend Council meetings and please feel free to contact a Council member directly with any cares or concerns.

Name Role
Charlene Baker Outreach
Ron Carter Presbytery Representative
Carolyn Chin Communications
Kim Corti Stewardship
Steve Crosby Treasurer
Sue McKenzie Congregational Life
Arnold Ingelson Chair
Eleanor Landry Stewardship
Cathy Larsen Secretary
Judy Lupart Worship
Heather MacDonald Christian Education & Development
Kevin Magnusson Property
Deanna Main Pastoral Care
Brian Plesuk Ministry & Personnel
Sylvia Teare Nominations
-- vacant -- Vice Chair
Pat Blair
Linda Hatfield
Barry Kowalsky
George Olsen


Woodcliff’s rich history on the west-side of Calgary

Woodcliff United Church is a member of the wider United Church of Canada and was chartered on April 7, 1957. In 1960, through the generous land gift of the Edworthy family, a Christian Education Building was erected on the former Shaganappi Ranch site, which is now the entrance to Edworthy Park. Woodcliff serves the southwest communities of Spruce Cliff, Wildwood, Rosscarrock, Westgate, Coach Hill, Strathcona, Signal Hill, Patterson, with an increasing outreach to the newer developing communities on the west side of Calgary, Alberta, Canada.

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