February's Theme: Healing
As Unitarian Universalists, we affirm both the acceptance of one another and encouragement to spiritual growth and a free and responsible search for truth and meaning.
Our community includes people with various belief systems and this diversity is part of what makes us who we are. Our Sunday Services offer a variety of topics and perspectives with opportunities for discussion and fellowship.
The Zoom link opens at 10:30. Come early an introduce yourself! Folks are invited to stay for virtual coffee hour after the service.
Current Covid Proceedures
Please help us protect our vulnerable members and friends.
- Please self monitor with symptom list at front door.
- It is expected that everyone attending is fully vaccinated and boosted, unless medically
unable. (Honour system in effect.)
- Masking is now optional, except for when singing. Disposable masks are still available at the front door for those who choose to wear a mask.
- When weather allows, the side doors of the sanctuary will be open during the service.
Updated Apr. 2, 2023
Be a part of our service
Bring the whole family
On most Sundays children accompany their parents or guardians to the main Sunday Service at 10:45 am for the first ten to 15 minutes and then participate in the Children’s Religious Exploration Program.
Light a candle
At every service there is a time for the sharing of joys and concerns. Each joy or concern is accompanied by the lighting of a candle.
Meditate and Reflect
We offer a chance to take a breath and focus. Our services feature silent meditation and prayer
Sing with us
Each week our congregation sing hymns and songs from "Singing the Living Tradition" and "Singing the Journey" led by our wonderful pianist, Melanie Cancade.
Learn & Discuss
Each week you’ll hear words of wisdom and insights members of our worship team, guest ministers and people who are making a difference in the local community. There is time in the service for collective discussion about what we've learned.
Connect With Our Community
You are invited to stay for refreshments and conversation after the service. Those who are attending via zoom are welcome to stay on the call to connect with the congregation there.
This Month's Sunday Services
Service Leaders: Bill Ratcliffe and Karen Kidd
Playing a part in healing the natural environment and reducing stress
Questions for discussion:
- What kinds of communities do you seek out?
- Do you feel that participation is obligatory, or advised, perhaps work-related?
- Is there a kind and compassionate community available to you that encourages the giving and receiving of support?
- If you could create your version of a 15-Minute Village, what would it look like?