Utmost Christian Poetry Contest

Utmost Christian Poetry Contest

The Utmost Christian Poetry Contest is an annual poetry contest sponsored by Utmost Christian Writers Foundation, a non-profit association registered in Edmonton, Alberta in 2003. With a cash award of C$4000, the contest pays one of the largest cash prizes for poetry in Canada. Despite its name, the contest does not require specifically religious content, only that the entrants profess a basic Christian faith.

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