As we enter the holiday season, we move into a time and space that take on a different dimension. It’s as if it runs on fast forward at times, and other times, slows right down, particularly during our long, dark evenings. It’s as if the longer nights invite us into a holy pause. Perhaps this it’s our yearly reminder to simply arrive right Here, right Now. This service contains a credo statement as well as a covenanting ceremony with our new ministerial student, Francis.
In community we strive to Connect — forming meaningful relationships, Change — growing spiritually and personally, and Care — supporting each other as we work for a just and sustainable world.
Welcome from our Minister, Rev. Samaya OakleyWelcome – 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 groups. I hope you’ll come see all that our congregation has to offer.
My most recent Minister’s Column
4 weeks ago
I decided there and then that I wanted to radiate love and peace instead of irritation and frustration. So now, each time I notice my brow furrowed, I stop, breathe, and remind myself of my desire to radiate love and peace as I consciously unfurrow my brow. I’ve noticed that when I’ve done that I breathe slower, my eyes soften, and most importantly, my heart softens and opens. Continue Reading