Our faith community has a diverse range of understanding of:
What do we do?
The Good Food Box makes top-quality, fresh food available in a way that does not stigmatize people, fosters community development and promotes healthy eating.
A great way to benefit Symons Valley United Church in maintaining its programming.
Join us as we meet at The Drop In Centre to serve breakfast before church worship service. Please contact Vicki McPhee if you are interested in being a part of the breakfast serving crew!
On Communion Sundays the congregation of SVUC gathers together to make sandwiches for The Drop-In Centre
The Quilting Ministry is a group of people who gather, and learn from each other, and find community and spiritual nourishment.
An opportunity to serve supper for the families of the downtown Inn From the Cold location. We serve supper once a month.
This is an update to what adjustments have been made here at Symons Valley UC regarding coronavirus (COVID-19). We know that many of you are concerned. We want to share the steps we’re taking to minimize risk at Symons Valley United Church.
The measures we’re taking have been developed following best practices in responding to COVID-19, consulting with health officials, and following recommendations set forth by the United Church of Canada and Chinook Winds Region.
Most importantly, please be vigilant and continue to:
Please get medical help if you are experiencing ALL THREE of the following symptoms of COVID- 19: Fever; Cough; Difficulty breathing. The Alberta’s Chief Medical Officer advised that people with symptoms NOT go to emergency departments but contact Health Link at 811 to receive direction.
If you are feeling unwell or have self-quarantined, you are invited to join
In regards to our Sunday worship services, we are offering our worship services via Livestream http://symonsvalleyuc.com/live-streaming-from-symons-valley/ rather than public Worship.
Vicki McPhee and Stephen Harper