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.

April Theme: Transformation

Grounded Identity: Where Does it Come From? – April 22

Dennis Hob

Gloria talks with her neighbour Dennis Hobbs about his Metis heritage and how Twelve Steps helped him create a grounded identity.

TRANSformation – April 29

With Rev. Samaya

Chaz Bono explains “There’s a gender in your brain and a gender in your body. For 99 percent of people, those things are in alignment. For transgender people, they’re mismatched.” Join us as we explore ways to lift up the inherent worth and dignity that is often denied to people who identify as trans.

May Theme: Embodiment

The Power of Ritual – May 6

With Rev. Samaya

We all have them! Apparently, basketball superstar Michael Jordan wore his North Carolina shorts underneath his Chicago Bulls shorts in every game. What power does ritual hold over our lives today? During the service, we’ll celebrate and welcome new members and acknowledge the transition from adulthood into crone or sage.

Spirit of Motherhood – May 13

With Rev. Samaya

Honouring the divine mother who lives within us all, this interactive, contemplative service is intergenerational.

THR Discussion – May 20

With SFUC’s panel

More details to come!

Embodying the Holy – May 27

With Rev. Samaya

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.

June Services

TBA – June 3


More details to come!

Living into the Questions – June 10

With Rev. Samaya

During the service, people will have an opportunity to submit questions to Rev. Samaya, and she’ll answer as many as she can in the time provided.

Flower Communion – June 17

With Rev. Samaya

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 and an item that represents fatherhood for you. Your flower will be shared with the congregation—you will leave with a different flower. This intergenerational service will include a time of recognition for our many volunteers.