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Events & Special Services

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June 20 is World Refugee Day


In 2015, Canada’s Truth and Reconciliation Commission (TRC) proposed 94 Calls to Action including the final two, #93 and #94, which address concerns related to newcomers to Canada. 


Item #93 calls for a more inclusive history of diverse Indigenous Peoples of Canada in settlement education and the Canadian citizenship test, to include information about treaties and the history of residential schools. 


Item #94 calls for an update to the citizenship oath to include the acknowledgment of Indigenous presence regarding the existence of treaties. 


These calls to action are put forward with the key message of TRC that “[w]e are all Treaty people who share responsibility for taking action on reconciliation” (2015, p. 11). We come together to collectively work towards taking this responsibility, as treaty persons and guests, on this beautiful land we now call home. 


Declared by the United Nations, World Refugee Day is the international day to honour people who have been forced to flee their home country to escape conflict and persecution. It celebrates refugee’s strength and courage as they seek safety and opportunities for social inclusion to build a better life.


In an attempt to continue building relationships with Indigenous Peoples, the Diocese will celebrate Refugee Sunday at Epiphany Indigenous Anglican Church on Sunday, June 23rd, at 7p.m., 370 McKenzie St. 


Contributions of baking is requested for this event, we’re aiming to provide 8 dozen pieces. Please contact Kathy Fleming if you’re able to donate: Donations, clearly marked, could be dropped off Friday, June 21 or Sunday, June 23. 


Parishes are invited to attend,joining with our Indigenous family to welcome and celebrate with newcomers. Please bring a non-perishable food item for the pantry. 


Donations to support refugee sponsorships in the Diocese may be made to the Diocese of Rupert’s Land –Refugee Fund. Please contact Marlene at for more information.

Urban Retreats Garden Tour 2024:

annual fundraiser for 1Just City


Take yourself on a self-guided tour of Charleswood’s most  beautiful gardens on Saturday, June 22nd from 10am to 4 pm.

Enjoy a Manitoba Tea (Bannock and Homemade Jam) and visit the Craft and Plant Sale, all at Charleswood United Church, 4820 Roblin Blvd. from 10:00 to 2:00.

Tickets for the Garden Tour are $20. Tickets for the Manitoba Tea, Craft, and Plant Sale are $5 (available on Tour Day, cash only).


Click here for a List of Crafters


Click HERE to purchase your tickets online.


Information about the BAKE SALE for Urban Retreats Garden Tour:

Please have your baked items to the Church office by 10:00 on FRIDAY, JUNE 21st. Mary Fardoe will deliver them to Charleswood United Church. Please note: INGREDIENTS MUST BE PRINTED ON THE LABEL( provincial rule). Items made ahead can put in the large church freezer. Please label that it is for the Urban Garden Tour. The Garden Tour along with the tea, bake, plant and craft sale are the biggest fundraiser for the Pimicikamak Wellness Centre ( formally the West End Drop In Centre). Thank you for your support!

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