February 23, 2020, 10:30 service
Resilence - A Refugee's Point of View
Worship Associate: Keith Germaine
Welcoming Board Member:
Asif Khan is a Pakistani refugee who spent 5 years in Thailand waiting to be sponsored with his family of 11, with 5 children under 10. They had to survive the most dangerous and life threatening conditions for the last 4 years in Bangkok. It is a story of hiding in a single room, constantly on the move to stay ahead of police because their visa had expired. If caught it meant prison and the end of hope. Please come to hear Asif's story.
Friday, February 28, 7 pm:
All welcome at a Fundraiser Coffeehouse to support refugees!
Our labyrinth walks for February
will be held
Friday the 7th at 7:00 pm
Friday the 21st at 2:00.pm
WHAT IS A UNITARIAN?
A frequently asked question.
Put simply, Kelowna Unitarians is an intentionally diverse and inclusive community, welcoming people with many different backgrounds, theologies and circumstances.
We live by a set of 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.
Find out more by reading our seven basic principles.
1310 Bertram Street
Sunday Mornings at 10:30 am
Until a new Faith Formation coordinator is hired, a volunteer is needed each Sunday to provide childminding.
Interested in volunteering?
Contact our minister,
Danielle Webber at
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