We are so glad that you are interested in our congregation. We encourage you to look through the information below to learn what to expect from an in-person or virtual visit to UFL.

Are you looking to find meaning in your life through being in community?

Are you looking for a nonjudgmental fellowship where people of all faiths, races, ages, gender identities, sexual orientations and abilities are welcomed and accepted?

Are you moved by issues of human rights, ecological protection and social justice?

We have a place for you at UFL!

What do we believe?

Unitarian  Universalists bring a variety of beliefs to our community. However, we all promote and affirm the following principles: 

  1. The inherent worth and dignity of every person
  2. Justice, equity and compassion in human relations
  3. Acceptance of one another and encouragement to spiritual growth in our congregation
  4. A free and responsible search for truth and meaning
  5. The right of conscience and the use of the democratic process within our congregations and in society at large
  6. The goal of world community with peace, liberty, and justice for all
  7. Respect for the interdependent web of all existence of which we are a part
  8. Individual and communal action that accountably dismantles racism and systemic barriers to full inclusion in ourselves and our institutions.

What does worship look like at UFL?

Our services start at 10:45 am every Sunday with music, our chalice lighting and the lighting of candles for joys and concerns from the congregation. The service lasts about an hour, and each week you’ll hear words of wisdom and insights relating to the month’s theme.

Our speakers include members of our worship team, guest ministers, people who are making a difference in the local community or members of the congregation. After a service full of singing and silent meditation, there is time for a collective discussion about what we’ve learned.

Attending in Person: We would love to see you at our accessible building. There is plenty of parking and the greeters can answer any questions that you have about how the service works.  We invite you to come as your are and wear what feels comfortable to you . You are invited to stay for refreshments and conversation after the service. 

Attending Virtually: Feel free to sign in at 10:30 and introduce yourself. You can also join our on-line participants for fellowship and conversation after the service. 

Join Us In Person

Meet us at our physical location at 557 Clarke Road in London Ontario.

Or Join Via Zoom

Meeting ID: 856‍ 6457‍ 9696
Passcode: ‍752712

What is available for families with children?

From September to June, children are invited to partcipate in the first 15 minutes of the services with their families. 

Children can  then attend the Religious Exploration program, where they participate in activities based on Unitarian Universalist Curricula.  

When weather allows, we often take our learning outdoors. We might get dirty so please dress appropriately! 

Childcare for children up to age 12 is available during summer services.  

Two kids watering the garden with pink and yellow watering cans

How can I get involved?

The UFL community is invited to join events like the monthly book club, luncheon groups and occasional social events.

We invite our members and friends to share their passion and skills with our community. There are many opportunities to become involved. 

How do I know what's happening at UFL?

Send us an email at ufl@execulink.com to sign up for our weekly news update. We will post inspirational and fun content on social media, but our email list and website are the best source for UFL news!


How do I get to UFL?

The Unitarian Fellowship of London is located at 557 Clarke Rd, London Ontario, N5V 2E1.

We are on the west side of Clarke Road between Dundas and Oxford Streets. Our building can be hard to see from the road. We are between Thames Tire and the London Stair and Railing Company.

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I have questions, who can I talk to?

If you have general questions or questions about our services or our children’s program, please contact Lori Turner-Otte:

If you have questions about lay chaplaincy, or ceremonies, please contact Brian Keith:


Lori Turner-Otte

Director of Congregational Life


Brian Keith

Lay Chaplain

For all other inquiries, please contact our office manager Patricia Daly