In the spirit of respect, reciprocity and truth, Calgary Unitarians honour and acknowledge Moh’kinsstis, and the traditional Treaty 7 territory and oral practices of the Blackfoot confederacy: Siksika, Kainai, Piikani, as well as the Iyarhe Nakoda and Tsuut’ina nations.

Join us this Sunday at 10:30am in person or online


are united by values rather than belief in one set creed or dogma. Our values include acceptance of one another, compassion, and a commitment to justice and equity. We believe in exploring the mysteries of life, we believe in ethical living, we believe in living out our spirituality in this world by working for peace, justice, equality, democracy, and respect—for one another, as well as for the interdependent web of life, of which we are all a part.

We believe that it is not who or what you believe in that is important, but rather, how you live your life.


CYRE is our Children and Youth Religious Exploration program.

Music and Choirs

Music plays an important role at Calgary Unitarians! Music Director Jane Perry and Choir Conductor Krishan Power lead a thriving music program with dozens of participants, including a non-auditioned mixed-voice choir and a new choral ensemble for more advanced singers. Our church is also home to community choirs, a ukulele ensemble, classical and jazz concerts, and more — read on for details!

Our Mission Statement

Grow in Wisdom

Welcome and Deepen Relationships

Act for a Just and Sustainable World

Our 8th Principle

As a member of the Canadian Unitarian Council, we covenant to affirm and promote:

Individual and communal action that accountably dismantles racism and other structural barriers to full inclusion in ourselves and our institutions.

Covenant of Right Relations of the Calgary Unitarians

We recognize that individually, and as a community, we are responsible for our intentions, communications and actions. We work to develop and promote skills and practices that strengthen our relationships and guide our behaviours.

E-News Current Weekly Newsletter

Whether it be what this week’s service is going to be about, something that may be of interest to the General community, or a great big announcement. You will be able to find it here. Check often as things are being added all the time.

Social Justice

Unitarian Universalists believe that it is how you live your life that is important. Our Eight Principles call us to ethical behaviour and social and environmental justice.

We invite you to explore the ways in which our church community acts for a just and sustainable world and to get involved!

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