Many UCV folk went to Burnaby Mountain for the Unitarian Service near the Watch House on Burnaby Mountain. It was great to be welcomed by Will George and the keepers of the Watch House and have five of the lower mainland ministers share leadership of the … read more.
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Summer is a time for adventures and if you’re on a stay-cation or visiting Vancouver from elsewhere, we invite you to these gatherings especially for those who want to try out sacred circle dance, either for the first time or because you’d like to learn … read more.
A Weekend of Celebration
On Friday, April 6th, the Vancouver Unitarians celebrated their first Passover Seder/Dinner in a long time bringing together 42 folks from across the lower Mainland. The seder (or service) was brilliantly led by Rob Dainow, a self-declared JewNitarian. … read more.
We celebrated May Day outdoors near the Oak Street boundary just north of the Kids’ fenced-in playground area. Seven of us very successfully wove in and out around the maypole and–bonus–we found a tall thin wooden branch that we’ll dust off and dance around by … read more.
The biennial Chalice Choir–and Friends–Cabaret had a full house, great music and lots of fun. Here are some photos thanks to Gail Stephan.
The Chalice Choir of the Unitarian Church of Vancouver brightened up a cool rainy evening with their spring cabaret, Fascinating … read more.
Photos taken Monday, April 10, 2018 by Darlene Rainbow.
There must be 200 grape hyacinths there, quite a few daffodils, a smattering of tulips, various kinds of primulas – perennials thanks to Hanno, new brightly coloured annual thanks to Vera.
Edging courtesy of Vera.
Most … read more.
There are numerous circle dances at the Unitarian Centre in April including guests from away.
Rosie Turnbull will be visiting from Findhorn, the spiritual community in Scotland where sacred circle dancing began.
Barbara Herring is visiting from Ontario – We’ve usually had the pleasure of Barbara visiting … read more.
Sheila Resels is Chair of the Connect & Engage Team.
Newcomers and new members often have a hard time connecting with others at UCV. The hardest time is when they leave the service and enter the Hall room. They find themselves amongst a large group who … read more.