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

Finding What's True

April 30, 2017 AT 10:30 a.m.

Our fourth principle urges us toward a "free and responsible search for truth and meaning." As we've moved in recent years from questing after "truth" to "truths," some surprising discoveries have been made along the way.

The fourth in our series lifting up stories from the heritage of this religious community.

Service Leader: Rev. Nicoline Guerrier

Service Coordinator: Marlene Schellenberg

Communities and Covenants

 May 7, 2017 at 10:30 a.m.

Back in March, the City Council unanimously approved the Winnipeg Indigenous Accord. Come join us as we explore how Unitarian Universalism can be a partner in this commitment to our future, both with each other as people and with the planet upon which we live. We will be one of over five hundred UU congregations around the world discussing how each of us can contribute to “Building A New Way.”

Service Leader: Meghann Robern, candidate for settled ministry

Service Coordinator: Roger York

The choir will sing.

Labours of Love

May 14, 2017 at 10:30 a.m.

This will be our second and final service of Candidating Week with Meghann Robern, in which we will engage with the promise of shared ministry. How do we foster partnerships in which we work both to love each other in the here and now and to create the future together?

Service Leader: Meghann Robern, candidate for settled ministry

Service Coordinator: T.B.A.

Members, please be sure to attend and stay after service. The vote on calling our candidate as settled minister will take place immediately following the service.

The choir will sing.

Choice Points

May 28, 2017 at 10:30 a.m.

In nature, things are programmed to grow. In human communities – by contrast – growth is more likely to be the outcome of a multitude of tiny choice points. Join us for the last in our series of stories from the heritage of this religious community, as we revisit how the church came to both grow, and grow into its current identity.

Service Leaders: Rev. Nicoline Guerrier with Kris Breckman

Service Coordinator: Laurie Marcella

Theme-Based Ministry, 2016-17

Like many North American UU congregations, we'll focus our activities around monthly themes during the upcoming year. Theme-based ministry assists us to deepen on our individual spiritual paths, and still grow as a multigenerational community, as we explore themes of shared interest together.

This year's themes will be:

  • September: Welcome
  • October: Identity
  • November: Purpose
  • December: Expectation
  • January: Shadow
  • February: Love & Justice*
  • March: Journey
  • April: Blessing
  • May: Growth
  • June: no monthly theme

*In order to help deepen our national connections, Love & Justice (from the Canadian Unitarian Council's new statement of vision and purpose) will be February's theme across most of our Canadian UU congregations.

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