Everyone is always welcome at SFUC, see what’s happening in our upcoming services below. We meet every Sunday at 1:30 pm in South Surrey. If you’d like to read more about our Children’s Religious Exploration Program click here. For more information about what to expect in worship services click here.


November Services


Lest We Forget – November 25

With Rev. Samaya

Over 747,000 Canadians are living with Alzheimer’s or another dementia. Worldwide, at least 44 million people are living with dementia—more than the total population of Canada—making the disease a global health crisis that must be addressed. Join us as we reflect on what it is, how it touches us and where hope can be found. 


December Services


Carols and Connection – December 2

With Rev. Samaya

Join us for a service that walks through the history of adopting our six sources through Christmas carols. Trust me – there’ll be lots of singing too!


What Does it Mean to be “People of Mystery”? – December 9 

With Rev. Samaya

Some members have been dedicating their Thursday evenings to building their own theologies-starting to engage with “the great mystery”.  Please join us as they share their thoughts


Finding Your Holiday Spirit – December 16

Featuring Daylene Jones

Join us for our annual Holiday Pageant, seasonal songs and traditions to help you get in the mood and find your holiday spirit. 


A Solstice Ritual – Saturday, December 22 

With Rev. Samaya

Winter solstice is the shortest day and the longest night of the year. Traditionally, it is a time of both foreboding and expectancy, as the longest night leads to the return of the sun. Join us for our annual service as we mark the time when the sun stands still. Join us after the service for some potluck Christmas baking. Families are welcome. See the event for more details. 


Christmas Carols & Seasonal Music – Sunday December 23

Featuring Erin, Sylvia & the Choir


January Services


Pet Blessing – Sunday, January 6

With Rev. Samaya

We take time once a year with this formal ceremony to give thanks and bless our companions in life. You are invited to bring your well-behaved pets be they cats and dogs, birds and chickens, turtles and fish and so much more – or a picture of them! We celebrate that our lives are made fuller and richer by the creatures that inhabit the Earth with us, not just those that live with us.