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Covid-19 Notice Update

Due to the spread of the Omicron variant, the KU board has decided to run online services ONLY for January 9th, 16th and 23rd. 

The Okanagan Region has a declared Covid-19 outbreak and new restrictions are in place. 


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

January 9th & 16th Worship Services

A Fire Communion Series

Rev. Danielle Webber     

Join Rev. Danielle Webber and the Worship Committee both Jan 9th and January 16th as we unpack what it means to Live with Intention and make commitments of Reconciliation as part of our New Year's celebrations and Rituals. Kelowna Unitarians have had a 4 part series during the past fall looking at the history of Turtle Island, the Founding of Canada, and the treatment of Indigenous Peoples. As we reflect on these truths, and ponder the possibilities of reconciliation, let us pause for moments of healing, and coming back to intention.

To prepare for the Fire Communion, we ask you to bring to the service at least 2 small pieces of paper, and a pen or pencil. You will need to hold on to these pieces of paper until next week when we will continue the ritual.

 

January 23rd Worship Service

Is It a Bird, Is It a Plane, or …

Rev. Debra Faulk

The superheroes of each generation inform us in unique ways about which values are given particular focus. This morning let us explore differences and open avenues of deeper intergenerational understanding and communication.

Rev. Debra Faulk is a recently retired Minister Emerita with Calgary Unitarians. With a Masters of Divinity from Vancouver School of Theology, she has served as a chaplain at Vancouver General Hospital, Director of Religious Education in Victoria, and as Parish Minister to congregations in Alberta and Ontario. She has served on various teams and committees addressing social change in Calgary, including the Boards of the Calgary Interfaith Council and the Calgary Alliance for the Common Good. Currently, she is excited with the adventure of co-ownership of her new home in Victoria and being close to her five grandchildren.

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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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