Topic: CUC

CUC National Service: Covenanting Through Transitions

Congregations are experiencing a lot of change these days: from ministerial transitions to implementing the 8th Principle, all during a pandemic. Upheaval, loss, uncertainty, pain, aspirations, conflict: cultural shifts within and without are calling us to hold one another gently, despite our differences and difficulties. (To read more, click on service title.)

Canadian Unitarian Council National Service

You are invited to a national service by the Canadian Unitarian Council (CUC) exploring what it means
to be Living into Covenant. Details to be announced.

CUC National Service: Unsettled and Unafraid

The CUC is hosting “Unsettled and Unafraid,” a national service to honour The National Day for Truth and Reconciliation. Join Elder-in-Residence Sharon Jinkerson Brass, Rev. Danielle Webber and folks from across the country as they reflect on what the process of un-colonizing looks and feels like to them. 

CUC National Worship Sunday Service

We invite you to take a deep, deep breath. Join us for a restorative service. Together, we will pause to reflect on the breath that sustains us.

Sharing Our Faith National Sunday Service

As part of CUC Month, SFUC will participate in a national Sunday Service on February 6th as the Sharing Our Faith service. Coordinated by Revs. Victoria Ingram and Meghann Robern, the service is titled “Celebration and Contemplation: The Path of an 8th Principle.”

CUC National Service

Led by youth and young adults, this service recognizes and celebrates our 60-year history, and calls on us to fulfill the possibilities of our future together.

CUC National Intergenerational Service

Now more than ever we need to be grounded in connection, in hope, and in love. As the cycles of the seasons teach us the gifts of the dark as well as the light, we still need energy — a spark — to fuel living into our aspirations and values no matter the season, the struggle, or the celebration.