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COVID-19 Service Information

Services are currently running in a hybrid format; we welcome you to join us either in-person in the Sanctuary or via the Zoom link below.

March 19th Worship Service
"Meeting Hekate at the Crossroads"

Lindsay Atkinson


Hekate is one of the Crone goddesses. The wise old woman who stands at the fork in the road, ready for us to consult her when we need to make a decision. Usually at spring equinox we work with the young maiden Persephone and her mother Demeter. But this year it feels like we need to work with Hekate. Our congregation has a lot of big decisions to make. As individuals we have big decisions to make. Let’s work on that on the spring equinox.

A little about Lindsay, from Lindsay: As a Unitarian pagan, gods and goddesses are a part of my life. I work with them in times of need and celebrate with them at times of celebration. I have been a member of this congregation for many years, and we have celebrated many turnings of the wheel together. I believe they bring richness to our lives and can open up new pathways. My hope is to add more tools to the toolkit each of you have that you draw from at those times in life when you have personal work to do.

PLEASE NOTE: This service will be held at the Kelowna Senior Citizens’ Society located at 1353 Richter Street, Kelowna, BC V1Y 2L5.

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March 26th Worship Service
"Living on the Margins"

Guest Speaker: Rev. Fulgence Ndagijimana

Worship Associate: Linda Guebert


Rev. Fulgence has lived on the margins of majority religion, and other minority situations, most of his life. He will share what it means to live on the margins and how that experience has shaped his life, his work and ministry through Flaming Chalice International. More generally, it’s a reflection on our collective destiny when things do not go the way we would like and how we can shape reality in such a way that our shared values are reflected in what we do, and our role in the world is meaningful.

Rev. Ndagijimana Fulgence is a Unitarian Minister who lives in Ottawa, Ontario. He serves the world through Flaming Chalice International, a Canadian registered charity that serves refugees and communities in East Africa, especially in Burundi and Rwanda. Rev. Fulgence is also involved with a francophone ministry project, la Communauté Sans Frontières Unitarienne Universaliste, that seeks to support far-flung French speaking seekers who stumble onto the UU faith. To Rev. Fulgence, Canada has opened its doors, and Canadian UUs have opened their arms and hearts. Rev. Fulgence lives and works in this land with deep gratitude and says that it will be a delight to be back with the Kelowna Unitarians.

PLEASE NOTE: This service will be held at the Kelowna Senior Citizens’ Society located at 1353 Richter Street, Kelowna, BC V1Y 2L5.

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Who We Are

We are a non-creedal, liberal religious community working for justice, equality and compassion. We honour each individual’s search for truth and meaning. 

What Is A Unitarian?

Unitarians are an intentionally diverse and inclusive community, welcoming people with many different backgrounds, theologies and circumstances. We live by a set of 7 principles and draw our faith from six sources.

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We come together to share our beliefs, explore the greater meaning of things and gain greater understanding of the world around us and the roles spirituality and faith play in our lives.

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