Robertson-Wesley United Church

Inclusive, progressive, affirming—Spirited!

What's New

Join us every Sunday at 10:30 am for worship
Details for upcoming Sundays
Volunteer Opportunities
We invite you to take a look at our new web page on Volunteer Opportunities at Robertson-Wesley. We believe that everyone has a gift to share and every is called to discipleship.
Open Art Studio
Tuesdays 1-3 pm · Wednesdays noon-2 pm · Saturdays 4-6 pm
The Open Art Studio will be a set time where people can come work on their solo or group based visual art. Laura Foster will be facilitating the space, ensuring people are supported in their art work.
For full details visit the Arts Collective webpage
Scripture Reflection Tuesdays
Every Tuesday · 12:10 pm
Join Rev. Karen Bridges in the Club Room over lunch to reflect on the scripture passages for the upcoming Sunday. Bring a bible and a journal, or simply yourself! Come when you can and bring your lunch if you wish.
For full details visit the Scripture Reflections webpage
Art Collective
Human Rights are Universal
Sundays · 3pm - 5 pm · begins Oct 18
Michael Gfroerer will facilitate an open collective through a musical exploration of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. There is no cost, registration is required.
For full details and to register visit the Fall Arts Collective webpage
Bible 202: Isaiah
Prophet of Justice and Peace
Beginning Oct 14 · Wed · 7:30 pm to 9:30 pm
This is a brief course for both beginners and experienced who want to become more familiar with the writings of the Old Testament Prophets in general and Isaiah in particular.
For full details visit the Bible Study webpage
Town Hall Dance
Oct 24 · Sat · 6:00 pm to 9:00 pm
Robertson-Wesley · Memorial Hall

When was the last time you tangoed with your toddler? Got down with your grandma? Macarena'd with your minister? Danced with the youth or adults? Let's get together and DANCE! Open to all.
Yoga Class!
Every Tuesday · 10:00 am to 11:00 am
This gentle Hatha yoga class is graciously offered free of charge by the instructor. The classes are open to the community.
Dance Group
Monday · 7:00 pm to 8:00 pm
This is an open invitation for women and men of Robertson-Wesley to join in the Club room to share, to pray and to dance. The group meets every other Monday.
For more information email:
Silent Knitting Circle
Monday nights · 7:30 pm to 8:30 pm
Carve out some quiet, reflective time for yourself this fall! Knitters, crocheters, and fibre folk of all kinds are invited to meet in the Sanctuary for an hour of intentional silence while crafting together. A perfect opportunity to work on a prayer shawl, or any other meditative project you have on the go.
No registration necessary, feel free to drop in for as many sessions as you like. Contact Kalea Turner-Beckman at for more information.
Rudolph Resale
Just in time for Christmas Shopping!
Nov 28 · Saturday · 8:30 am to 3:00 pm
Memorial Hall will be filled with lots of bargains for Christmas. Visit us to find one of a kind Christmas items, gifts, crafts, preserves and baking and other treasures.
For more information, please see Rummage Sale web page.
Robertson-Wesley in the News
The Big Apple!
Incredible news to announce! The R-W Choir, along with the Knox-Metropolitan Choir has been invited to sing in Carnegie Hall in New York City - in June 2016!
Grocery Cards
Robertson-Wesley now has Grocery cards available for sale as a Fundraiser each Sunday after worship in Memorial Hall. Denominations of $25, $50, or $100 are available from Safeway, Sobeys, Save-On, and Superstore.
Consider giving Grocery Cards as gifts while supporting R-W programs!
Presbytery Matters
The June issue is now available, visit the Edmonton Presbytery web page.."Presbytery Matters" provides a summary of each meeting.
R-W in the News
It is now possible to make a donation to Robertson-Wesley over the internet, using PayPal.

Welcome Video

Open Hearts—Open Community

In response to God's call, we,
the congregation of Robertson-Wesley United Church,
declare our commitment to opening our hearts and our church family
to all people in our community,
regardless of sexual orientation, age, gender,
differing abilities, ethnicity, or economic circumstance.
We recognize that many people's lives continue
to be devastated by hatred, prejudice, and inequality,
therefore, as a compassionate and caring spiritual community
we will stand with those who are adversely affected
by injustice, alienation and oppression.