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AFFIRM Film night: “Belonging in the Body: Transgender Journeys of Faith”

AFFIRM FILM NIGHT BELONGING IN THE BODY: Transgender Journeys of Faith  Wednesday, November 14 | 7-10pm  Would you like to better understand transgender experiences through the lens of Christian faith? You are invited to CMUC's Affirm screening of “Belonging in the Body: Transgender Journeys of Faith” on November 14 in partnership with Generous Space Ministries. The film, released in 2018, shares the stories of 11 trans Christians along with their experience of church, scripture and...

Nov 11: Remembrance Day & CMUC’s 90th anniversary

This Sunday, November 11 we invite all to attend our Remembrance Day service and tribute to the 90th anniversary of Canadian Memorial United Church as a memorial to peace. Service and starts at 10:30am. Open house at 12:30pm. Concert at 2pm. ~Take in a reverent and inspiring wreath laying service with peace advocate Tessa Blaikie Whitecloud. ~Tour the historic stain-glass windows and read their poignant stories. ~And hear the Universal Gospel Choir as they perform...

Connect with our learning circles and on-going activities

Connect with your community throughout the week through Bible study, choir, film, serving others and more. Explore our on-going programs that are designed to welcome the person who can commit to all sessions as well as those who can drop-in even for one class.  Tuesday Night Bible Study Tuesday Night Bible study welcomes The Rev. Dr. Harry Maier on Nov. 6 and 13 from 7-8:30 pm. He will discuss the letters of Paul. Location: CMUC...

An Affirming Congregation

Canadian Memorial becomes an Affirming Ministry! On June 10, 2018 after a full year of education and reflection spread throughout worship, numerous events, and monthly display tables, Canadian Memorial voted resoundingly to become an Affirming ministry. We join St. Andrew’s Wesley as the second Affirming United Church in Vancouver and stand with over 200 Affirming United Church ministries across Canada in witnessing to the wider community that God’s love extends to everyone equally and without...

Humans of Canadian Memorial: Tammy

“I was born in Hamilton Ontario, 2 months too early which is why I have a visual disability. I was so small that they put me in an incubator. I think I was only 2 pounds when I was born and back in the 60’s they didn’t really know much about incubators so they turned up the oxygen too high and my retinas got damaged. That’s how I lost my sight.” Can you tell me...

Earth Day Service – April 22

Join us for a moving Earth Day Service, with local gospel, soul and jazz singer Dawn Pemberton and reflections from Rabbi Dr Laura Duhan-Kaplan, Director of Inter-religious Studies at the Vancouver School of Theology. Along with our usual (incredible) music and leadership team, and all the warmth and welcome of this unique community of faith. ALL ARE WELCOME. We really mean it. We'd love to have you there.   CMUC gathers and worships on the...

Humans of Canadian Memorial: Wilda

How did you get into stand-up comedy? “Over a lifetime, in a round-about way. As a child, my mom entered me in public speaking contests and talent shows. She could see I got a kick out of entertaining. In my adult life, I've been on a quest to find my purpose. I was in a long-term marriage and spent a lot of my energy on things important to my husband. But I was out of...

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