Kept in our prayers…

There are no words to express the injustice, sorrow and horror about the tragedy surrounding the 215 bodies of children found buried at the residential school in Kamloops.  We will not forget and we will continue to bring awareness to the forefront, advocate for social justice and change.

Workship Sunday – May 30th

If I then, your Lord and Teacher, have washed your feet, you also ought to wash one another’s feet.  For I have given you an example, that you also should do just as I have done to you. John 13: 14-15 Sunday, May 30th marks our second day of Workship at Woodcliff.  We encourage everyone...

What do you think you are celebrating?!?

Woodcliff United Celebrates Becoming an Affirming Church “What do you think you are celebrating!?” Those were the words my mom often used when she found my friends and me in costumes, and running around the yard in joyful abandon.  We were connecting with the deep joy of being creative, diverse, authentic  and fully accepting of...

May 5 – Red Dress Day

Red Dress Day is a day of national remembrance to honour Indigenous Missing and Murdered Women, Girls and Two Spirited People.  We pray, honour and remember, and will continue to raise awareness about the ongoing plight Indigenous women face.

Art Through Cooking

Monday online cooking classes have started as part of the small group ministries at Woodcliff United.  We are delighted to be exploring new countries and talking about some of their food and traditions.  Mexico, the Mediterranean, Israel and Vietnam are just a few of our destinations. A special thank you to Sheri for her creativity!

2021 World Day of Prayer

On March 30, we celebrated the 2021 World Day of Prayer with Woodcliff members and friend, and with representatives of eight other churches in Calgary Area 4. What a wonderful celebration it was and so fitting that we held it during Holy week. We experience so many emotions between Palm Sunday and Easter Sunday! It’s...

Lenten Challenge

We are proud to say Woodcliff met its Lenten Challenge 2021 by packaging and delivering 1,217 bagged lunches to the Calgary Drop In Centre today!  Thank you to all of the volunteers and supporters who made this all happen.

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A Christmas campaign, a concert, and a toilet named Johnny Cash (yes, a toilet)

Woodcliff United Church and Robert McLure United Church have been enthusiastic supporters of Habitat for Humanity and the Interfaith Build Project.Woodcliff made a five-year commitment and has participated in Build Days, hosted a benefit concert – featuring the sounds of Banff folk musicians, The Wardens – and put on a Christmas fundraising campaign, aptly named...

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