Our caring community promotes spiritual, intellectual, and ethical growth for all.

We are seekers of truth and meaning in our lives. Throughout our shared journey we strive to examine moral, religious and philosophical questions without dogma.

We welcome you to join with us in building compassionate relationships with each other and the community around us.

Mission Statement

We are a diverse and supportive community that celebrates life, seeks truth & meaning, practices compassion and promotes justice.

Reconciliation Statement

We acknowledge that we are on Treaty 4 Territory, the traditional lands of the Nêhiyawak (Plains Cree), Nahkawé (Saulteaux), and Nakota, and later the homeland of the Dakota, Lakota and Métis peoples who came to this land after the signing of Treaty 4 in 1874. We are all Treaty people.

“Reconciliation is about establishing and maintaining a mutually respectful relationship between Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal peoples in this country.”

Source: p.113, Principles of Truth and Reconciliation

  • Nêhiyawak – neh-hee-o-wuk (Cree: means Plains People)
  • Nahkawénuk-ah-way (Ojibwa: means Plains Saulteaux)
  • Saulteauxso-toe

Newcomer information

Check out our newcomer’s page for answers to frequently asked questions and a description of what happens on a typical Sunday morning.