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Grounded in love, we strive to be a welcoming community that embraces life with wonder and inquiry. We foster personal transformation and act for a just and sustainable world.

Sunday Services (10 am)

Crossing the Threshold: Powerful Transitions

October’s Theme: A Community of Courage It takes courage to name our transitions and celebrate life’s sacred events.  Rites of passage have power ~ and in creating our own unique rituals and forms of blessing, we ourselves are transformed as we make meaning of our lives. Guest Speaker: Rev. Carole Martignacco  Service Leader: Meredith Hill …

Heartbreak and Healing

Multigenerational “Day of the Dead” service This time of year includes ancient rituals in many cultures that encourage us to mark our losses, name our grief, and celebrate what has been. This year, at UFP, we’ll make “Tear Soup” together, and consider all of its ingredients. The Rev. Julie Stoneberg, Ruth Strunz and Leah Andrews…

Featured Events

Canadian UU Historical Society Lecture

Every year, the Canadian Unitarian Universalist Historical Society (CUUHS) fulfills the main plank of its mandate by offering a lecture on some aspect of Canadian UU history. This year, the lecture will be “Mark Mosher DeWolfe of Canada: The Eulogy I Never Gave”, presented by Rev. Dr. Mark Belletini, Minister Emeritus, First Unitarian Universalist Church…

HOUSE CONCERT FUNDRAISERS

Sue Sauve and Ian Attridge have two more UFP fundraising house concerts coming up. On Fri., Oct. 27, David Frank, who plays occasionally at Sunday Services, will be entertaining us with an eclectic program featuring songs from his recent folk CD, some sing-alongs and a few choice jazz standards.  Acclaimed guitarist Frederico Pontani will accompany,…

CENTRAL REGION GATHERING IN LONDON

BELOVED COMMUNITY is the theme for this Canadian Unitarian Council Regional Gathering. MARK YOUR CALENDARS….. visit http://cuc.ca/events/ to register.  More information to come.

An Evening of Stories of the Land: Does Business Have a Role in Reconciliation?

David Newhouse (Onondaga), Professor and Chair of Indigenous Studies at Trent University, will offer insights from his conversations with business leaders. This is the fifth in an occasional series of events where Indigenous storytellers share stories of this region – where we’ve come from and where we are going – together. $5-10 donation or pay what you…

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