Upcoming Services

We have services every Sunday morning at 10:30 a.m.  You are warmly invited to join us.

May 26, 2019 “Seeing the Trees in the Forest.”  
Nicole McKay, UU Seminary Student with Service Leader Margaret Insley
In the complexity of our lives, in its fullness, we can miss the everyday graces and love notes meant to call us on our way. The spirit of our lives is actively reaching out to us; are we listening? Together, we will explore the ways in which that still, small voice speaks to us and open our hearts to its guidance.    
Nicole McKay is a Unitarian Universalist seminarian studying at the University of Toronto. She is preparing to answer her call to become a UU military chaplain. 

June 2, 2019 “Fragile Conversations.”
Rev. Jessica P. Rodela.

Tensions abound, divisions are deep, and a few years ago Oxford Dictionaries declared “post-truth” to be Word of the Year. How might we manage civil conversations with those we ardently disagree with?
This is a ‘SHARE THE PLATE’ Sunday benefiting Habitat for Humanity.

June 9, 2019 “Take Care.”
Rev. Jessica P. Rodela.

What does it mean to ‘take care’ of ourselves and one another? What’s the current state of the “UUnion”?
Join Jess in the Multi-Room at noon for a Sharing Circle on today’s topic.

June 16, 2019 “Love Resists.”
Rev. Jessica P. Rodela.

Activist/Educator Myles Horton says: “Nothing will change until we change - until we throw off our dependence and act for ourselves. I think if I had to put a finger on what I consider a good education, a good radical education, it wouldn't be anything about methods or techniques. It would be loving people first.” Come celebrate Father’s Day with the inspiring story of a man who transformed the lives of many.

June 23, 2019 Flower Communion and Picnic: “A Garden of Gratitude.”
Our annual Flower Communion is a multi-generational ritual celebrating beauty, human uniqueness, diversity, and community. Everyone in the congregation brings a flower. Each person places a flower on the altar. After blessing and reflection, the flowers are redistributed so that each person brings home a different flower than the one they brought. (There are plenty of extras to share!)
Please stay after the service for our annual intergenerational potluck picnic, to be held here in our very own backyard.

No Sunday Services on Summer Long Weekends
To give our hard-working volunteers and staff a break, there will not be any services for the three summer holiday weekends: June 30 (Canada Day), Aug 4 (Civic Holiday), and Sept 1 (Labour Day).