Unitarian Services 2023-2024

If your congregation is taking a break over the summer, you can still gather with other Unitarian Universalists (UUs) for worship. Many Canadian UU congregations plan to host services online throughout July and August–and you are welcome to join them. The Canadian Unitarian Council is currently compiling a list of these congregations. As they are confirmed, we will add them to this page. If you would like to list your congregation’s online services here, please contact us at communications@cuc.ca.


Meaning Making in Liminal Times project

Would you (and your congregation) be interested in a sustained conversation with other UUs from across Canada?

Saskatoon Unitarians is offering “Meaning Making in Liminal Times” in collaboration with six UU ministers, Debra Faulk, Brian Kiely, Meg Roberts, Arran Morton, Samaya Oakley and Karen Fraser Gitlitz.

The goal is to explore six urgent questions for our time in the company of other Canadian UUs.

Each month in October, November, January, February, March and April there will be a live service on the first Sunday of the month, with a recording available for watching or presenting. Congregations are welcome to show the recording as a Sunday service or at another time. There will be a full recording and a sermon-only recording with script, for those who want to bring it to life themselves.

Then on the third Saturday of the month, there will be a two hour “deeper dive” adult religious education conversation, hosted by that month’s preacher, for those who want to explore the topic in more depth.

To find out more: Description of how the program works,  Topics and Dates.

Congregations register to purchase the sermon/worship package, and then receive materials to advertise the “deeper dive” adult religious education experience.

Congregational registration opens August 9 and closes September 15.

Contact Rev. Karen Fraser Gitlitz for more information.