Sundays, 10:30 a.m.
& 4:00 p.m.
Other days or times (see below)
30 Cleary Ave.
(special needs: use parking lot entrance)
Celebrating Strong Resilient Women
Kye Flannery, Melanie Davidson, Phyllis Eleazar, Jenna Summer Hill-Murphy, (am)
Margaret Linton, Sina Naebkhil, Katrin Nagelschmitz, N'Kem Odita, John Soar (pm)
Conflict - John Marsh
St. Patrick's Day: How the Irish Saved Unitarianism in Canada
A Moveable Feast
Palm Sunday, the Sunday before Easter, is a day of arrivals, and a moveable
feast — it comes each year, but at different times. What are the things that
stick with us, that come around every so often? What are the lessons we’ve
been learning throughout the course of our lives that sustain us? Hemingway
wrote that for him Paris was a moveable feast — it stayed with him for his
whole life and reminded him that life was sweet. What are the things that,
through our changes in belief and circumstance, continue to inspire us?
For more details on the services ,
go to Sunday Sermons
Welcome to Our Congregation!
The First Unitarian Congregation of Ottawa is a spiritual community of 500-plus people who come from many different backgrounds and orientations.
We are seekers — looking for meaning and inspiration within the webs of our lives.
We are learners — growing in knowledge and understanding about ourselves, others, and the world around us.
We are builders — working together to create a supportive, inclusive community and a just, compassionate, and sustainable world.
Update on Campus Plan
Following the Town Hall meeting of January 27th where the Campus Plan was
presented and discussed by the Congregation, a number of changes were made to
the document. These changes were made to correct errors and improved the
organization and clarity of the Plan. The major changes include the following:
- The Appendix was more clearly separated from the document. The material outlining the history of planning and development of the Campus was moved to the Appendix.
- The sectors of the campus described as B3 and B4 in the Plan were removed from the area that is indicated as having support by the congregation for development.
- The Criteria for Assessment and Selection of Campus Land Use and/or Development Proposals was moved to a more prominent location in the Plan.
The Campus Plan as amended will be presented for approval at the Annual
General Meeting of the Congregation on April 28, 2013.
Download a PDF of the revised Campus Plan
We kindle the light within and inspire courage
to nurture the web of life
and to create a just and compassionate world.