Covid-19 Notice Update
The Okanagan Region has a declared Covid-19 outbreak and new restrictions are in place. Specific guidance has not been offered at this time to faith communities.
1. We are restricted to a maximum of 50 congregants per service.
2. We are not required to pre-register congregants, but please ensure your name is on an attendance list.
3. Masks are required in all indoor places. You must wear a mask at church if you are over 12 years old, regardless of vaccination status. Masks must be worn for the whole service.
4. If you are sick you should NOT attend church and you should get tested. If you are not yet vaccinated and you can be, please consider getting the vaccine.
5. Our Covid-19 action plan should still be at the church. Please use hand sanitizer as you enter the sanctuary.
Sunday Service is at 10:30 am Every Week on Zoom
Dec 12th Worship Service
Impacts from the Residential School System:
A Participatory Discussion
Rev. Danielle Webber
Worship Associate Judith Gunderson
As Kelowna Unitarians continues our Participatory Discussion of Indigenous Peoples on Turtle Island, we will be looking at colonization within the Residential Schools System and the intergenerational effects this system has had continues to have on Indigenous families.
Rev. Danielle Webber will share details and a few video clips and then lead us in discussion groups.
December 15th EGM Announcement
You should have already received a special newsletter yesterday that the Kelowna Unitarians will be holding another Extraordinary General Meeting via Zoom on Wednesday December 15th at 6pm. If you did not receive this email or could not open its attachments, please get in touch; it contained the formal notice and agenda of the meeting as well as documents that should be read in advance.
Next Poetry and Music Service – Dec 26th
This is an early heads-up for requesting your contributions of poems, songs, and/or music on the theme of Opening to Joy. You can read it, sing it, or give us a link for a favorite piece. Please let Linda Guebert or Jane Vallentyne know the title, composer/author by Dec 19th. EnJOY the search!
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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.
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.