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If you are new to us...
Perhaps you’re curious about a congregation that enjoys stimulating and thought-provoking discussions that incorporate the wisdom of all religions.
Maybe you’re seeking a spiritual home or community of
Perhaps you are looking for a program for your children
that will guide them to be moral, compassionate people.
Or, you may just need an hour of spirituality and tranquility in the midst of a busy life.
Whatever your reason, we welcome you.
We are a fully Accessible Facility. We are a Welcoming Congregation, a UU-UNO Blue Ribbon Congregation, and
a Designated Lifespan Learning Congregation.
Faith Formation 9 am
Join us for multigenerational, spiritual community-building events before the service! We have workshops for all ages and interests, followed by a snack. See All Upcoming Faith Formation Sessions.
Worship Service 10:30 am
Our services are multigenerational - children and youth are more than welcome! There is also childcare available from 9 am to 12 pm Sunday mornings. Learn more about Unitarian worship.
“Our First Source - Direct Religious Experience”
Alex will share the links to Jewish Shavuot and Christian Pentecost which fall on May 20th.
-Rev. Len De Roche and DRE Liz Roper
Len and Liz will offer an animal blessing. Bring your pets. Cats and birds are better in a carrier. Horses, goats and llamas outside please. Leave rattlesnakes at home.
“White Male Privilege”
-Len De Roche
This service is left over from Black Heritage Month. What can be said about WMP after the #MeToo Movement?
“Saving Souls in Ottawa”
-Rev. Len De Roche
I will leave this to your imagination --Len.
“Finding Relevance Through Timeless Tales”
-Liz Roper, Director of Religious Exploration
Fathers' Day is a great time to look at how we connect with children. As we get older we can feel we may no longer be relevant and struggle to connect with the new generation. However, as the silver screen is telling us this year with new Winnie the Pooh and Mary Poppins movies, stories can help us pass on our own history and values. This will be the final service our DRE Liz delivers before departing later in the summer.
“The Plight of Canada's Indigenous Children”
Jim will address the issue of why so many Indigenous children take their lives and what he has been doing to address the ongoing tragedy.
About James Bartleman:
July 8th - Guy Thatcher
July 15th - Rev Linda Goonewarden
July 22nd - Doug MacDonald
July 29th - Doug Cousins
Aug 5th - tbc
Aug 12th - Jane Lindsay
July 19th - Guy Belleperche
August 26th - Scott Hebert-Daly
September 2nd - The Honourable John Reid
The administrative office is open weekdays from 9:30 am until 4 pm.