||Join us on Sunday mornings for 10 AM worship:
We’ll talk politics and religion – but we’ll go WAY BACK to Constantine and the Roman Empire, and how the politics of empire has shaped our religious thinking. Is our Christian calling to power and control? Or service and humility? Conversation with Almoonir Dewji from the Ismaili Muslim See bio below.
McDougall Memorial Garden
Our church Memorial Garden is a sacred and holy place, on church property, for quiet reflection and for the burial of a loved one's ashes. It is available to anyone please contact the office for more details.
|Almoonir Dewji - from the Ismaili Muslim
Almoonir, a Calgarian for 40 years, is a father of 2 daughters, an engineer by education and co-owner of a management consulting firm for the past 18 years.
He was the co-chair of the Muslim-Christian Dialogue Group of Calgary and a member of the organizing committee of the Inter-Faith Network of Calgary for 5 years. He currently conducts sessions on Islam for High Schools’ World Religions classes.
He has been a member of numerous boards of non-profit organizations, spent his sabbatical volunteering at Habitat for Humanity Calgary and climbed Mount Kilimanjaro to raise funds for Save the Children Canada for their HIV and AIDS program.
The Chapel is a quiet small space for prayer and meditation. It provides a place where a person may retreat from noise and find a place to be still and open to God. Inside there is a specially crafted stained glass window, prie-dieu and a prayer desk for kneeling in prayer. All are welcome to find the stillness of this place.
|"The Day After and the Week Ahead."
Beginning on March 2, from 1:30 - 3:00 in the M&M room, Dave will be leading a discussion group. Essentially, the group will give you a chance to ask questions and make comments on the sermon and worship experience the Sunday before, and to get a bit of a head start on the Sunday to come. We will use as our guide the book by Brian McLaren: "Why did Jesus, Moses, the Buddha and Mohammed cross the road?" as well as the Scripture readings for the coming week.
Feel free to drop in for any or all of the sessions! March 2, 9, and 23 (March 16 TBA). Contact Dave for more information.
Walking a labyrinth is a spiritual practice for those who are seeking to deepen their faith. The Labyrinth allows one to quiet the mind and/or take time for self reflection and prayer. The Labyrinth is available to individuals or groups.
Meet in the Chapel for four Wednesdays on March 4, 11, 18 & 25 from 7:00-8:30pm
Reflection - Sharing
Facilitated by Rev. Bob Mutlow
Please sign up in the foyer or contact the church office: 403-252-1620 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
The Library is a place to come and find a variety of books and other reading materials. Relax and read by the fireplace. The library is available to all every Sunday after worship. New books are added and donated frequently. Click for library news.
We're in the beginning stages of planning the next
MCDOUGALL MISSION PROJECT!
- this project will allow us to put our faith into action
- this project will involve people of all ages and stages
|Our mission is to: