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Canada Day

Celebrate Canada Day

McDougall Welcomes Rev. Dr. Bruce Miller

Date: Sunday, July 1, 2018
Time: 10:30 a.m.

Dr. Miller is no stranger to McDougall, but we are especially thrilled to have him here on Canada Day and most of July (15, 22, 29). He is a highly respected scholar and theologian, both here in Edmonton and in the religious and theological world beyond. He is a Fellow of the Jesus Seminar, and currently participates in the circles of Progressive Christianity.



22th Annual Historic Festival and Doors Open

Historic Doors OpenHistoric McDougall United Church proudly opens its doors to this Greater Edmonton Region festival which is sponsored by the Edmonton & District Historical Society. The festival allows us to have a glimpse into our past and the impact it has made on our city today. The Festival runs from July 2 – 8, 2018

McDougall Doors Open Dates:
Monday, July 3: 12 – 1 p.m.
Tuesday, July 4: 1 – 2 p.m.
Wednesday, July 5: 7 – 8 p.m.



Blessing of the Animals

BlessinganimalsDate: Sunday, July 8, 2018
Time: 10:30 a.m.
Location: Outdoor service, north parking lot


  • your pets!
  • a lawn chair!
  • a friend!

Enjoy … coffee and summer treats!



Jasper Camp Weekend – Marmot Meadows

CampingDate: Friday, June 29 – Monday, July 2
Location: Whistler’s Campground
Cost: The cost is $19.20 per person for the whole weekend!
What to Bring: You will need your own tent and sleeping bag, etc., but the group can share camp stoves and dishes, axes and other such things.
About: We have booked Marmot Meadows, a group campsite at Whistler’s Campground just outside Jasper. Jasper is a great place to spend the Canada Day weekend with a parade, cake, pancake breakfast and fireworks. Some activities could include local lakes for swimming and maybe a hike or two. Please join us for a weekend celebrating and worshipping in the great outdoors!
Contact: Email Karen or call the church office at 780-428-1818.

Praise Revolution Worship Service

PraiseDate: (Resumes in the fall)
Time: 7 p.m.
Location: McDougall United Church, 10025 – 101 Street (please use south entrance 10086 Macdonald Dr.)
Worship Leaders: Michael Pinnock, Gary Simpson,
Rev. Christina Bellsmith





Sunday School

Sunday school

The Sunday School will be taking a break over during June, July and August. Children are invited to sit with their families or visit the play center at the back of the church.



Children & Youth Ministry

Cosmic Adventures

Click here to find more information on the Children and Youth Ministry program online.

For inquires about CYM or any of the upcoming events, email Jodine Chase.

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.



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