All services are on Sunday mornings at 10:30 a.m. unless otherwise noted.

Feb. 18th: Balms for the Heart

February 18th at 10:30 a.m.

Service Leader: Rev. Meghann Robern
Service Coordinator: Laurie Marcella

In our modern, western culture, we are often taught that healing is the same as being cured. In reality, however, the two are not the same. In this service we will explore the difference, and look at the places in each of us that need healing in order for us to reach wholeness.

Feb. 25: Filling Cracks with Gold

February 25th at 10:30 a.m.

Service Leader: Andrea James, DLFD
Service Coordinator: Steve Lennon

In 2017, Unitarian Universalists turned our eyes once again to the ways that systems of oppression show up in our own movement. Last fall the Liberal Religious Educators Association interrupted the program of their fall conference, fired their keynote speakers, identified our own mistakes, and created a new program on the fly. What lessons can we learn from this experience? How are we called to love and justice? A member of the LREDA Board shares her reflections.

Monthly Theme Discussion Group for Adults

We will be meeting every month to discuss the theme in the living room from 6:30 to 8:00.  All are welcome - you don't have to have been to this discussion before, or have attended the services this month.

We meet at the First Unitarian Universalist Church of Winnipeg at 603 Wellington Crescent, in the Dining Room. Bring a snack or come as you are. Also visit our Facebook page here.

For more information or to RSVP, contact the church office at 204-474-1261, or email Teresa Klostriech.

No child care is provided.

2017 - 2018

Here's the list of topics for this year:

  • September: Resilience
  • October: Vulnerability
  • November: Blessing
  • December: Giving And Receiving
  • January: Resistance
  • February: Earth
  • March: Evil
  • April: Miracles
  • May: Freedom
  • June: Beauty
  • July/August Revolution

Theme-Based Ministry

What is it?

Theme-based ministry is a new way of doing church and faith development that brings Unitarian Universalists together across differences of life experience, age, or beliefs. It’s a way of helping us focus and deepen, both in our spiritual lives, and in our connections to one another.

Each month, we look at a new monthly theme – past themes have included Hospitality, for example, or Compassion. A monthly theme packet is made available with questions for reflection, links to books or film clips to explore, spiritual exercises to try out, and ideas for integrating aspects of the theme into parenting, justice work, personal study, and so on. Some people like to consider each theme in relation to the question, “What would it mean to live a life of … ?”

Throughout the month, the entire community explores dimensions of this theme though aspects of our common life at the church, such as music, meditation, and reflections from the pulpit. There is also a monthly theme discussion group that meets from September through June. Please see for more information.

Read more: Theme-Based Ministry