In this service, we share our stories with one another, stories that reflect experiences when we found ourselves knowing better what it is to be a human being living on the planet in this day and age.
Rev. Samaya Oakley
During the service, you will have an opportunity to pour a small vial of water from a place that feeds your spirit while speaking aloud, or silently, a promise of nourishment to SFUC. Extra water will be on hand if you forget yours.
The Dalai Lama says that the purpose of life is not to transcend the body but to embody the transcendent. Join us as we explore the many ways the world is just waiting for us to notice the holiness in it in a contemplative service.
Join us as we explore ways to lift up the inherent worth and dignity that is often denied to people who identify as trans.
Carrying on in our ‘Music of …’ series, this service looks at the music and life of Susan Aglukark. We’ll follow Susan’s path of personal discoveries, cultural reconnections and personal healing – and do a lot of singing while we’re at it!
Please join us as we imagine a world where everyone can exist without fear, be centred in love and motivated by radiant hope.
* Technology free service
What does it mean to wake up to the holy that surrounds us in our new community? Join us as we explore ways to be a part of our wider community.
Our first service back from the winter holidays! Join us for this multigenerational service where we will spend time reflecting on our intentions for the coming year. In the process, we’ll be making our Resolution Wands to help keep us on track throughout the year. … read more.
Our annual flower communion is a celebration of our shared ministry and the way our individual gifts combine to create a beautiful bouquet. Please bring a flower to share with the congregation—you will leave with a different flower. This intergenerational service will include a time … read more.
A contemplative service with music, readings, and silence that celebrates our oneness with all of life.