Together, we celebrate and share God's love.
About Us

Our Vision

To become a safe community where
no one feels alone
and everyone feels at home.

Camrose United Church proclaims an inclusive welcome to all people in the full spectrum of gender identity, sexual orientation, ethnic identity, age, ability and social class. We are committed to being a safe community and we celebrate the gifts diversity brings. All are invited to fully participate in the worship and work of our community.

What We Believe

The United Church of Canada has an excellent statement of what (and how) we believe as a denomination. So we refer you to our national church website: What We Believe.

Camrose United Church is a member of the Coronation Presbytery in the Alberta and Northwest Conference of the United Church of Canada.


Liz Carter-Morgan, Minister

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Liz joined the ministry team at Camrose United Church in July, 2014. Before that she served Sherwood Park United Church. Liz was ordained in 2004. She lives in Camrose with her spouse, Jen, their twins born November 2012. Liz trained in youth ministry with Canadian Mennonite Bible College and did her ministry training at Queen's Theological College in Kingston Ontario. She was born and raised in Kitchener Ontario at Forest Hill United Church.

Ron Holland, Office Manager

Darryl Dewalt, Minister of Music

Darryl came to Camrose United Church in September, 2001, after spending a dozen years serving in music ministry in Lutheran churches in Edmonton and Barrhead, Alberta.

Darryl was born and raised in southern Alberta. He received his undergraduate education at the University of Alberta in Edmonton and then completed the Masters of Church Music program at Concordia University, River Forest, Illinois in 1989. In the past, Darryl has also been a private voice instructor, director of the Edmonton Christian Male Choir, and has performed extensively as a chorister, including with Pro Coro Canada, a professional choir based in Edmonton.

Currently, Darryl, along with spouse Joy-Anne Murphy, is Artistic Director for Camrose Camerata, an auditioned community chamber choir formed in the fall of 2003.   Darryl also functions as manager for this group and Joy-Anne is the conductor. Joy-Anne is a voice instructor with Augustana University College as well as in her home studio, and directs the Camrose and Area Children's Choirs.

To see samples of some of Darryl's choir and handbell compositions, visit:

Jack Kamphorst, Custodian

Jack was born and raised in Holland and moved to Canada with his family in 1993.

Jack worked as a bus driver and driving instructor in Holland. He has been working at Camrose United Church since September of 1999, and also drives a school bus for the Hay Lakes school.

Jen Carter-Morgan, Young Family Ministry