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!

CUC’s 8th principle forums

The Dismantling Racism and 8th Principle forums are a 4-session introspective journey building momentum towards being truly inclusive, deepening our understanding of what it means to dismantle racism, and practicing how to show up in a way that honours what we have been asked to do by our members of colour. 

We regard this as necessary work to prepare for the CUC Special Meeting on November 27, 2021. These forums are also a way for our congregation to engage fully in conversation and to hear from others across the country.


WITHIN: Un/Learning for Liberation, for white folks. Beloved Conversations is a program for Unitarian Universalists seeking to embody racial justice as a spiritual practice. In Beloved Conversations, we work to heal the impact of racism on our lives, in order to get free together. Before the pandemic, we offered an ‘in person’ version of this…

Getting to the Truth Was Hard; Getting to Reconciliation Will Be Harder

Join a UFP Coffee Time at 10am
Join the service at 10:30am
Click on the service title to find the links to join.

Over the past few years, all Canadians have been faced with truths about our country’s past and the distortions of its history. To be sure these lies, omissions and distortions have been known by Indigenous peoples for generations. Faced with these truths, how do we as settlers begin to reconcile? Perhaps first to listen and educate ourselves.
We will hear how Hamilton congregant Paula Bourner learned of her own truth, and struggles to reconcile. 

Serving With Spirit: Nurturing UU Leaders

This introductory day, offering a wide range of options to explore how we might share our passions within UU communities, was created by a fantastic BC UU Planning Team and CUC staff.
We welcome all to attend –young adults, social justice groups, congregation leaders as well as those who may become leaders — all who are interested in exploring how they might get involved in UU communities which ways that whet their appetites!