At Cedar Park United, you’ll find a progressive, welcoming community that is truly open to the outside world. We mean it when we say that our doors are open to all ages, races, denominations and sexual orientations. Together, we explore questions of faith and spirituality in and beyond the Christian tradition, and we are spurred on by our life and faith together to act on our shared concerns for social justice and caring for the earth.
Throughout Lent, let’s support On Rock Community Services, a West Island food bank serving 300 families per month, with 75 more on the waiting list, many of whom are refugees.
Here’s a quick overview of activities coming up under our roof February 18 – March 13
Cedar Park is inviting the neighbourhood to drop-in for a pancake supper on Shrove Tuesday. Everyone’s welcome!
Ash Wednesday Worship — Feb 14 at 7:30 PM Ashes or Chocolate?
Lenten “Texts and Textures” Series ~ Wednesday/Thursdays
A Lenten Artistic Event
Things have finally started to move for the family of 5 which we are sponsoring.
Rev Elisabeth will lead a series of 3 Congregational Care Training sessions on Wednesday evenings 7 to 9 pm. Jan 17, 24 and Feb 7