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At their meeting in November, the Presbytery Board agreed to encourage congregations and pastoral charges to consider Alberta Cooperative Energy (ACE) as an energy supplier. Please click here for rates and further information.

After extensive consultations across the church, the report from the Boundaries Commission is proposing 17 regional councils be established on January 1, 2019. Interim Report Here

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Red Deer Presbytery is affiliated with the United Church of Canada. The Presbytery is a group of church leaders and ministers who serve the 18 congregations in our district of Central Alberta. Red Deer Presbytery extends from Rimbey in the northwest to Wetaskiwin in the northeast then south to Carbon in the southeast to Sundre in the southwest.

The Prebytery is a means of connecting each congregation with others. The United Church of Canada is a church with a rich, progressive, and continuing history of welcoming all in the name of Christ.

Send us your Bright Ideas! Single Parent Suppers - The Carstairs-Bancroft United Church offers a totally free meal (no thought, no preparation, no cooking, no money, no cleanup) for single parents and their children. They arrive, are welcomed, and eat. Volunteers and guests mingle - the volunteers get dessert too! Then the adult guests stay and chat about whatever they like in another room while volunteers entertain the children and clean up. It's simple and greatly appreciated by those who attend. Volunteers have fun too!

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Stay up-to-date on what's new with our congregations. Between the 1950s and 1980s an estimated 11,000 to 20,000 Indigenous children across Canada were taken from their parents by Child Intervention. Survivors of the "Sixties Scoop" and their families are encouraged to attend and participate in engagement sessions being held across the province to help shape how our Alberta government apologizes.
Backgrounder | Session Dates | Alberta Gov't page
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Photos from Week of Prayer for Christian Unity in Red Deer, January 18 - 25

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Located in Half-Moon Bay, on lovely Sylvan Lake, Kasota East Camp strikes a balance between gorgeous natural settings and comfortable accommodations.
Update - March 8, 2017

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