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 like-minded people.
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.
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We are a fully Accessible Facility. We are a Welcoming Congregation, a UU-UNO Blue Ribbon Congregation,
and a Designated Lifespan Learning Congregation.
We are Canadian Unitarian Universalists
The administrative office is open weekdays from 9:30 am until 4 pm.
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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.
A Woman's Journey: International Women's Day
-Guest Speaker Ketty Nivyabandi
The Canadian Unitarian and Universalist Women's Association (CUUWA) invites all Canadian congregations to celebrate International Women's Day. Our guest speaker, Ketty Nivyabandi mobilized women to protest against her country's goverment. Burundi, leading her to flee from persecution to Canada. As a refugee, Ketty continues to be a voice for peace and rule of law in her country and regularly speaks on human rights, refugee issues, and the intimate effects of conflict on women’s lives globally. She works with the Advocacy and Media team at the Nobel Women’s Initiative. She will share her own story with us this Sunday.
March 10 - The Feminine Divine, featuring Aella Choir
March 17 - The Celtic and Pagan Crossover
March 24 - CUC Sharing the Faith
March 31 - Wounded Words #3
Religious Exploration for Children and Youth
Together we will learn about our first UU principle "Each person is important". Those who wish can join us in Room 2. Thank you in advance to our wonderful volunteers. (Children will be invited to leave worship hall after a story or other specified 'children's recessional')
SPECIAL CHILDREN'S SPACES
The Sanctuary: will be set up each Sunday with a variety of
Quiet Play Activities to engage children.
The Lounge: Children must be accompanied by their parent as childcare is NOT provided here.
Chalice Play Room: meet in the dedicated children’s area (Room 4) where qualified childcare supervisors are provided from 10:15am.
Coffee: 8:50 am, Fellowship Hall Presentation: 9:00 - 9:45, Fellowship Hall Continue the Conversation: 9:45 - 10:25, Volunteer Centre
March 24: Indigenous Musicians in 2019
Deirdre Kellerman will be presenting. Sponsored by the Indigenous Justice Action Team.
April 7: Embracing Diversity: Inclusion for LGBTQ2+ Youth and Families Embracing Diversity Committee
April 14: Civil Liberties
Everything That You Wanted to Know about our Civil Liberties and the War on Terror But Were Afraid to Ask. Tim McSorley of the International Civil Liberties Monitoring Group will be speaking. Sponsored by the Global Justice Working Group.
April 28: First U Eco Fair
Rolly Montpellier will discuss the urgency of climate action and his work with Citizens’ Climate Lobby. Rolly is Canada’s leading blogger on climate issues and aggressively works social media platforms as he tirelessly devotes himself to getting climate change addressed as seriously as the grave threat that it is.