Welcome to the Unitarian Fellowship

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)

Hello From the Other Side

There’s a saying in the UU movement that “love reaches out.”  What would it take to feel safe letting our hearts burst open, to love more deeply and more broadly, to reach beyond differences and hurts? Guest Speaker: Ben Robins, Seminarian Service Leader: Marion Habermehl Music: David Berger Note: UFP’s Indigenous Working Group is hosting a “Reconciliation Dialogues” […]

Truth and Reconciliation

Canada’s Truth and Reconciliation process has begun the work of education, understanding, and paying recompense for the damage done by Residential Schools. But what does this mean for us as individuals, in community with our First Nations neighbours and friends? Guest Speaker: Marilyn Tudhope, a member of Peterborough’s Truth and Reconciliation Circle Service Leader: Rev. […]

All the King’s Horses: A Multigenerational Service

According to a famous nursery rhyme, when Humpty Dumpty fell, he couldn’t be put back together again.  What do we do when something has broken?  Can it be fixed? A Multigenerational Team Music: The Occasional Singers

News & Events


Our annual showcase of home grown talent, this crowd-pleasing event brings the best in song and spoken word, and may even get you up on the dance floor. Get your $10 (donation) tickets in advance from Kathryn Waugh. Shake off those mid-winter blues. See you at the Blue Horse! And bring a friend. The Blue […]

Where Does the Temple Begin, Where Does it End: A Journey Through Bhutan

Sunday, February 7th, 7- 9 p.m. Sheila Collett and Kate Jarrett share an evening of photos and stories to benefit the Refugee Sponsorship Initiative of the UFP and the Bhutan Canada Foundation (which partners with the Bhutanese to develop education and social programs).  Suggested Donation: $10.00 to $20.00, or PWYC.  All are welcome.  

Northern Lights

Northern Lights: Investing in Canadian Unitarianism

Northern Lights is a unique fundraising program which supports growth initiatives by Canadian congregations and communities. This year, Northern Lights is piloting crowdfunding – an exciting experiment put together by Liz James, Sean Neil-Barron and Christopher Wulff. In the past, Northern Lights applications have gone to a selection panel, which has chosen one recipient and […]