Cannabis and Calgary’s Youth
How to help young people make an informed and responsible choice.
The legalization of marijuana is here. As adults, we play an important role in supporting our City’s youth in making smart decisions surrounding its use. To help you play this role successfully, we’re inviting parents and mentors to learn more about its use, the health and social harms and changes in federal, provincial and municipal laws. This informative and engaging presentation focuses on facts and helpful strategies to help you start supportive conversations surrounding cannabis and its use with the young people in your life.
Thursday, March 28, 2019 7pm to 9pm at McDougall United Church
Presentation intended for Adults (Though youth 12+ can attend with an adult)
FREE Proudly supported by the Calgary Police Foundation & Calgary Foundation
Please RSVP at http://youthlinkcalgary.com/crime-prevention/cannabiseducation
youthlinkcalgary.com | 403.428.4530 | @youthlinkyyc
Mary Poppins Movie Sing Along!
Join us for this classic movie Sing Along! Fun community event for the whole family. Licensed bar & concession with snacks available for purchase.
Saturday March 30, 2019
Doors open at 6:00 pm
Movie starts at 7:00 pm
$10 per ticket
CLICK HERE to purchase tickets available on Eventbrite. Tickets can also be purchased at the church office.
Next Messy Church is April 13
Life is Messy, and so are we! Messy Church is a way of being at ‘church' for families of all kinds, people of all ages. Come as you are for a night of fun, food, and community. This is an inclusive place where we can journey alongside each other in creativity, hospitality, and celebration.
Dinner at 5:15pm and crafts/activities before and after.
Please CLICK HERE to sign up online. Or RSVP by emailing email@example.com. Include the number of family members, children’s ages and any dietary restrictions/allergies. Let us know if you would like to volunteer!
The Bible: A Biography
The Bible: A Biography, by Karen Armstrong “traces the gestation of the Bible to reveal a complex and contradictory document created by hundreds of people over thousands of years.” The Bible is our sacred book capturing the relationship between humanity and the Creator through the lens of Jewish and Christian communities. Beginning with the Torah and moving through to the Modern Age, this series will discuss The Bible in context, as we seek to understand why this book is still so sacred.
Thursdays at 1:00 pm for 8 weeks
February 21 through April 11.
Please contact Reverend Joanne to sign up: