Our Sunday Services are live-streamed during COVID-19

To help slow the spread of the COVID-19 virus, UFP has joined most other community groups in suspending our in-person gatherings until at least April 30.

Do join us by using the Zoom link at the bottom of each week’s service. (Zoom is a particularly easy to use, cross-platform video-conferencing system. The first time you use it you will be prompted to install a small, free app on your computer or mobile device.)

We suggest joining the service a few minutes early. See you Sunday!

FRIDAY lunch with Rev. Julie

Grab your lunch, log in, and let’s chat while we eat. Fridays for the foreseeable future, from noon to 1pm. Click here to join!

Happy Hour Singalong

Linda Clark and volunteers will be leading us in song. The songs will all be familiar and easy to pick up. Everyone from the UFP community and beyond is welcome, so feel free to invite others. Doors open at 7:20, with singing from 7:30-8:00, and breakout chat groups from 8:00-8:15 Join by clicking this link:…

The Story of Creation

May’s Theme: A Community of Story

Join the service here: https://tinyurl.com/UFPsundayservice

Invite your friends!

On this Mother’s Day, we’ll take a look at how the stories of creation form and inform us. Where did the world come from? Where did I come from? How did we all get here? In seeking answers to these big questions, we may come across surprising clues that only take us deeper into the mystery.

Canadian Unitarian Council’s National Conference

Registration is live!! Click through to find all the links you need to be part of this grand event! 

You’ll find a welcome video from Ahna DiFelice, this year’s Conference Convenor and the schedule-at-a-glance to keep track of all the programming. Registration fees are on a sliding scale beginning at $5.

Sustaining Our light

National Multigenerational Worship Service – NOTE SPECIAL TIME – 1 pm ET

NOTE SPECIAL LINK: The service will be live-streamed HERE. 

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.