Our Sunday Services (September to June) are held at 10:00 am.

The children in our congregation (Pre-K and older) begin by attending worship with their families and later leave the sanctuary to gather for their own religious exploration. Nursery care is available throughout the service for children ages 0-5 years. A coffee and social hour follows.

Poetry Circle

Come and spend an hour in a poetry circle.  Bring a favourite poem to share, bring a poem you’ve written or just come to enjoy the uniquely healing and illuminatingly rich power of listening to the words being read. Service Leader:  Ben Wolfe

Local Folksongs of the Past

Enjoy a Sunday evening learning about and singing Peterborough Folksongs collected in Peterborough County by folklorist Edith Fowke in the 1950’s.  You will receive lyrics and chords for the songs so that you can join in. Come and sing along or bring an instrument and play along. Norma White and Friends

Let’s Go Camping Together! 

We have reserved the Group Campsite for an August weekend! Come get the Unicamp experience! The price will be determined by the number of people, but will not be more than $10 per night per person. Space is limited, so please register by contacting the UFP office.  Click here for more Unicamp Information.

Singing Together

Freshly home from the UUMN music conference in Arlington, Virginia, Linda Clark director of the UFP Choir “Resonance” will be brimming with enthusiasm for all the new music she is bringing back to the Fellowship and you will be the first to try out some new songs.  No musical prowess or note-reading required.  Simply arrive…

Can I Wear a Safety Pin? 

Following Trump’s election, wearing a safety pin has come to mean “you are safe with me”…it shows solidarity with those whose human rights are in danger. To help move toward more meaningful allyship, we’ll use ideas from a children’s curriculum from safetypinbox.com to have a conversation together about race, fear, and whiteness. Rev. Julie Stoneberg

Walking at the Water

August 27 – You are invited to meet near the water to honour and recognize the need to protect this precious resource. Bring lawn chairs and wear walking shoes.  Place to be announced. UFP Indigenous Working Group

“Many Windows, One Light”

Imagine being part of a gathering where strangers are transformed into friends. UFP and Beth Israel are hosting an event celebrating Peterborough’s rich diversity by learning from one another, eating together/dancing/singing together, and entering into deep dialogue. The planning team invites you to put this event on your calendars now, AND to consider helping to…