Rolling Away the Stone – A Unitarian Perspective

As the story is told, each Easter morning, the stone has been rolled away from the tomb. Each of the Gospels have a different story about how that happened, and yet there is significance to the fact that it did. This service will reflect on what this means for us as Unitarian Universalists.

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Rev. Samaya

Welcome from our Minister, Rev. Samaya Oakley

Welcome – and thank you for your interest in learning more about and exploring the possibility of making South Fraser Unitarian Congregation your spiritual community. Come join us for worship on Sunday afternoon or come participate in one of our community. I hope you’ll come see all that our congregation has to offer.

My Most Recent Minister’s Column

Unfolding – Rev. Samaya Writes 1 month ago

It has been my practice for quite some time to take myself out for a walk each morning. I count myself as blessed to be able to go around the ponds at Southmere Park to watch how nature unfolds throughout the year. For just about ... read more.