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.

March Services

UUrban Planning for a Sustainable City- Sunday, March 24

Featuring Yette Gram

Yette Gram is an urban planner and UU from Vancouver and a member of the North Shore Unitarian Church. She is an amateur ecologist and plant enthusiast, finding joy in each new bud and blossom along her walk to the office. Yette works in sustainable rainwater management with the City of Vancouver. Her sermon will explore how her work is informed by the Unitarian Universalist Principles.  

Let A Dancing Song Be Heard – Sunday, March 31

With Rev. Samaya  

It’s been said that dance is the hidden language of the soul of the body. The magic of movement energizes activity and brings out the positive energy within us. Join with us as we explore this idea – and of course – we’re going to dance!

The Music of Jann Arden – Sunday, April 7 

With Rev. Samaya

Details coming soon. 

The Selfish Act of Giving – Sunday, April 14

Featuring Ryan Gunther

Charity and volunteering are almost always framed as altruistic actions, with all the focus on how someone else will benefit from our good deed. In fact, we often feel guilty about deriving pleasure from something which is supposed to be selfless. This is completely backwards, doing good should feel good because it’s good, and it’s okay to admit it. The road to hell is paved with good intentions, but a stairway to heaven can be built from selfish acts.

Songs of Praise – Sunday, April 21

With Rev. Samaya

It’s been said that what we sing matters! How do the lyrics in the songs that we sing at this time of year inform us about how we as Unitarian Universalists celebrate Easter? Join us for this intergenerational service where there will be a lot of singing!