NEW Updated 2019-2020 UCV Directory of Small Groups and Committees
Finding it hard to find out about the myriad activities that take place at UCV? Wanting to get involved with a group but not sure what’s available? Our newly updated Directory will help you navigate our complex … read more.
This event takes place at UCV on March 30 and is co-sponsored by the UCV Social Justice Committee and the Vancouver Quakers. The facilitator is Kathi Camilleri.
During this experiential workshop we will explore our personal role in supporting the revival of the values that worked so … read more.
Many UCV members came to listen to and march with Indigenous supporters of the Wet’suwet’en people who are defending their land by opposing construction of a gas pipeline by TransCanada Coastal GasLink.
The Solidarity Action with Wet’suwet’en took place on Tuesday Jan 8, 11:30 in Vancouver. … read more.
December 10th, 2018, marked the 70th anniversary of the adoption of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights by world leaders at the United Nations.
On December 9th, 24 UCV members met in the … read more.
The Social Justice Committee will be hosting a monthly ideas/information table. Please stop by to browse through books by indigenous authors, pick up free copies of articles and give us your thoughts about what Reconciliation means to you.
Books may be checked out for one month. … read more.
February 20 to April 3 2019, Wednesdays 7-9 pm in the Fireside Room
To begin to effect truth and reconciliation between settler Canada and First Nations peoples, Ryan McMahon, the Anishinaabe activist, challenged us to read and engage with our foundational laws, treaties, Acts, and official … read more.
Reverend Epperson submitted the following letter to several newspapers. It is posted here for interested members of the congregation.
Proportional representation leads to more fair and inclusive government
By Reverend Steven Epperson, Unitarian Church of Vancouver
I want to add my support to those individuals and groups, … read more.
Why a Reconciliation “Network”?
Many of us are actively involved with reconciliation. Many of us have questions and aren’t sure where to turn for answers. Many of us would like opportunities to learn more and to have dialogue with others. In acknowledging all of this, our … read more.
An Amnesty International letter-writing group is hosted at the church on the second Tuesday of each month 7 – 9 pm
Meeting location: alcove in Hewett Hall
Everyone is welcome!
If you’d like more information, contact David Buchanan. firstname.lastname@example.org