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The Season of Lent - Spirituality in Action

Lenten Cross

Lent is traditionally a time of soulfulness, spirituality, self-discipline, and an inward journey. Perhaps making some time to find silence, give back, unplug from technology, putting more time into what you truly value. As well, instead of the usual “giving up”, why not consider doing something for someone?

Week 1: March 10 - 16: The Hands of Love
Send an email, a card, write a note to a friend or someone not related to you, near or far, to reconnect, keep in touch, and say something of appreciation or care.

Week 2 – March 17 - 23: The Voice of Love
Call two or three people for a chat just to say “hello, how are you, thank you.” Contact people you have meant to call, but just haven’t.

Week 3 – March 23 – 30: The Deed of Love
Remember someone who means a lot to you with a small gift or token of appreciation for your friendship, or a family member who could really use some help – a plant, a pie, cookies, a casserole, a gift card?

Week 4 – March 31 – April 6: The Feet of Love
Visit someone who is shut-in, lonely, or a missing church member. Nothing can take the place of the personal touch of visiting with someone.

Week 5 – April 7 - 13: The Heart of Love
Make a list of at least 10 people for whom you will pray daily. Include friends and strangers, and those you don’t particularly like. Forgive them if they have wronged you, and forgive yourself, too.

 

Coins for a Cause!

An Inner City Pastoral Ministry Project

ICPM

During Lent, we invite you to find a jar, decorate it (if you wish), and collect your coins! Money collected until Palm Sunday April 14 will be donated to the inner City Pastoral Ministry to purchase food/coffee gift cards to clients in need.

Thank you for reaching out to this important street ministry – a ministry of presence.

 

Rediscovering Your Faith

“Beginning to Belonging”
A Lenten Study and/or preparation for Church Membership or Re-affirmation of Faith

Everyday SkepticsDate: Sundays, March 17 – April 14, 2019
Time: 12:30 – 2:30 p.m. (includes lunch)
Location: McDougall United Church (lower level)
Facilitator: Mary Ann Pastuck, DM
About: As we enter the season of Lent, as we prepare to celebrate Easter, come and explore questions of faith: So what? Why does it matter? What impact does it have on my life and the lives of others? Why should I care? Why should you care?
These sessions are for those to simply do a Lenten study – or in preparation of church membership or reaffirmation of faith on Easter Sunday, April 21, 2019.
Registration: call the office 780-428-1818 or send an email

 

 

 

Annual General Meeting of the Congregation


2018 Annual Report CoverDate: Sunday, March 31, 2019
Time: 12:00 Noon
Location: Banquet Hall (lower level)
About: This will be a time to review the governance, committees and groups of McDougall United Church during 2018, and take a look at the financial picture as we move into 2019.
Lunch: Will be served prior to the meeting.

 

 

 




 

Sunday School

Sunday school

We’ll be looking for you!

Kids are welcome to sit with their families when they arrive. They are invited to come forward early in the service to share a story with the minister, then go downstairs to a Sunday School session for children of all-ages.




McDougall Affirm (LGBTQ) Group

AffirmDate: Last Sunday of each month
Time: 12:30 p.m.
Location: State & Main, 101 Street and Jasper Avenue
About: An informal social gathering for conversation and community. All are welcome

Learn more about Affirm! in Programs

 

Haven (LGBTQ)

Date: Third Sunday of the month
Time: 7 p.m.
Location: McDougall Church, lower level (please use 10086 Macdonald Drive entrance)
About: Haven is a group of LGBTQ people of all ages who create a contemporary, evangelical style of Christian worship largely for this community, although all are welcome. Their purpose is to provide a safe place where LGBTQ and straight Christians can worship God; it is largely LGBTQ led.

 

 

McDougall is a Breastfeeding Friendly Church

McDougall United Church bBreastfeeding logoecame Edmonton’s first official Breastfeeding Friendly church in 2013. In keeping with being an inclusive and welcoming church, mothers will not be asked to move or cover while breastfeeding. They are welcome to breastfeed anytime, anywhere at McDougall.

Business and public places in Edmonton who have adopted the Edmonton Capital Region Breastfeeding Friendly Policy for Businesses and Public Places are eligible to become official Breastfeeding Friendly Community Partners. Community Partners train their staff and volunteers to display a welcoming attitude towards breastfeeding mothers and children, not ask them to cover up or relocate, and to offer appropriate private facilities for women who ask. Training also helps staff handle other patron complaints about breastfeeding.

Community Partners display the International Breastfeeding Symbol. This lets Edmonton’s breastfeeding families know the facility is a safe and friendly space.

 

 

Building Restoration

2016 Annual Report

2017 Annual Report
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Life at McDougall - Visit our Photo Gallery for images taken in and around McDougall Church.


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