Join us as we celebrate the joy of being in Beloved Community together.
Buffy’s compassion and voice for Indigenous issues will be highlighted during this service.
This service draws on the work of Brene Brown and examines the character qualities, emotional patterns, and habits of mind that enable people to transcend the catastrophes of life, from personal heartbreak to professional collapse, and emerge not only unbroken but more whole.
The fourth in the sermon series Growing a Beloved Community, this service examines what it means to put our whole selves into our identity as Unitarian Universalists living in today’s world.
Mary Angelou’s poem of the same name calls to us to resist that which keeps us oppressions.
Come and join us for a service focused around the life and music that embodies Jewel’s approach to life, all starting with a simple beginning.
We live in an age where we are constantly bombarded with messages about how to dress, what to eat, what to drive, what to listen to, and how to live. How do we, as Unitarian Universalists, manoeuvre ourselves through the quagmire of these messages? This … read more.
As Canadian Unitarians our interdependence calls us to love and justice. What does this mean for South Fraser Unitarians?
In Canada February is Black History month. Together we’ll look at how we can respond as Canadian Unitarians in the face of racial injustice
The second in the sermon series on Growing Beloved Community. This service explores the fine art of hospitality in the creation of generous, caring and sustaining spaces.