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 everyone is called to discipleship.
Presbytery Matters
The September issue is now available, visit the Edmonton Presbytery web page.."Presbytery Matters" provides a summary of each meeting.
Town Hall Dance
Oct 22 · 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. Families welcome!
Messy Wednesday
2016 Oct 26 Wednesday 5:00 pm
Messy Wednesday is a program for young families to come together over a meal and play, converse and work together. We typically meet on the 2nd and 4th Wednesday of the month between 5-7 pm. This is open to families both within and outside the congregation
For more information visit the Messy Wednesday webpage.
Spooky Organ Recital
Oct 28 · Fri · 11:00 pm
Robertson-Wesley · Sanctuary

Come to a late, late night concert featuring the pipe organ at Robertson-Wesley United Church and its organist, Tammy-Jo Mortensen, for some Halloween Weekend spooky organ music. Enjoy the mysterious atmosphere and treats!
Tickets available at the church, and at the door. $15 adults
Spirited Art Studio
Mondays · 7 pm - 8:30 am
Now open to the community beginning again. No cost. For more information visit the Spirited Art Studio web page.
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
Spiritual Arts Collective
Sundays 1-3 pm · Oct 16, Oct 30, Nov 13, Nov 27
Picking up the Pieces: What is broken can be transformed.
Through meditation, music and painting, this collective aims to assist participants with transforming and strengthening from their brokenness. here is no cost.
Registration is required to participate. Visit the Arts Collective webpage to register.
Art Therapy
Cheryl Horn is carrying out her practicum in Art Therapy at Robertson-Wesley.
Whether you are interested in in personal growth or have specific issues to explore; art therapy can be life enhancing for you!
If you are interested in receiving (free!) art therapy sessions with Cheryl, contact via email: or phone 780-240-4675. For more information, visit the Art Therapy webpage.
Yoga Class (full)
Every Tuesday · 10:00 am to 11:05 am
This gentle Hatha Yoga class is graciously offered free of charge by the instructor. The class is currently full.
Carnegie Hall, New York
Distinguished Concerts International New York presents Eternal Light in Review
This is a review of the concert on 2016 June 12 in which our choir participated along with several others.
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 September 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.