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)

The Art of Neighbouring

Allan Reeve will weave together stories from his recent trip to Grassy Narrows First Nations with something called the “Art of Neighbouring”. He asks “How can we be de-colonialized if we don’t know our neighbours?”

News & Events

Rev. Fulgence Ndagijimana at ICUU Conference in NYC in 2014

Update: News Regarding the Unitarian Church in Burundi

Please appeal to our government and the government of Burundi! Recently the Unitarian Church of Burundi (the Assemblée des Chrétiens Unitariens du Burundi) was attacked and ransacked, where bullets were fired into walls and doors, and money was stolen. Members of the church were questioned by government officials who visited on a Sunday. Two days ago, the minister of the church, the Rev. Fulgence Ndagijimana, was arrested from the church at gunpoint, taken into police custody and interrogated severely regarding the activities of his church. He was threatened with physical harm and death. At the moment, he remains in custody, with other members of the church also being questioned.

Pastoral Response to the fire at Masid Al-Salaam Mosque

As Unitarian Universalists, we affirm and promote the inherent worth and dignity of every person, and justice, equity and compassion in human relations. We value religious diversity, and we stand with our Muslim neighbors in this time when they are challenged, worldwide, by hate. Here in Peterborough, we are both saddened and outraged to learn […]

Encountering Spiritual Symbols in Two Worlds

An Evening of Stories of Reconciliation: “Encountering Spiritual Symbols in Two Worlds” with Shirley Williams, Elder. Friday, October 30, 2015, 7-9pm. $5-10 donation or pay what you can. Shirley will compare Anishnaabe teachings and symbols with her experiences of Christian symbols as encountered in a Catholic residential school. Free parking.