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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.

September 17th Worship Service

Autumnal Equinox Service

Heather Musgrove

10:30am Pacific Time In Person and On Zoom

Fall is a season of paradoxes: a time of bountiful Harvest even as the natural world moves toward darkness and decline. It is perhaps the most spiritual season of the year, for it reflects the beginning of our internal descent from the nourishing bounty of the sun toward the barren darkness of winter. Yet it is also a time to let go of that which no longer serves us and embrace the light of rebirth that is the promise of winter as it drives life underground. We will share ritual, song, reflections and ultimately, hope as we look to the day when light and dark are in perfect balance.

Heather is a pagan, feminist, retired college teacher, and besotted grandmother of 3-yr-old Sophia. Formerly a member of the Saskatoon Unitarians, she moved to Kelowna last year with her partner, Rene. As a treaty relative and a descendant of English settlers, Heather is learning about her responsibilities as a guest on the ancestral, unceded occupied territory of the Syilx/Okanagan People.

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September 24th Worship Service

How do we journey during this time of great transition and upheaval?

Guest Speaker: Debbie Hubbard

Worship Leader: Linda Guebert

10:30am Pacific Time In Person and On Zoom

The world around us seems to be mired in polarity and a sense of hopelessness. Debbie Hubbard will share her deepening understanding of what it means to be a pilgrim during this time. How might we stay both mindfully present and yet engage in the change that is so badly needed in our community and world?

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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.

Get Involved

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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