Past Services

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On Gratitude and the Power of Life

Continuing in the spirit of our Thanksgiving season, in word, music and art, we’ll share thoughts and feelings about the things we are grateful for and the power of life we enjoy. We welcome all ages to this worship service.

Steven Epperson is the Parish minister.

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Thanksgiving in a Bent World

The phrase bent world comes from a movingly beautiful sonnet by Gerard Manley Hopkins, which yet expresses his grounds for thanksgiving. In today’s even more bent and battered world, what do we in our turn find to be thankful for? The Chalice Choir sings. Listen:

Phillip Hewett is Minister Emeritus. He served the Unitarian Church of Vancouver for 35 years. He is a founding member of the Suzuki Foundation Elders Council. He is author of several books including Unitarians in Canada which can be found in the church library.

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The Protestant Reformation and the Beginnings of Unitarianism

2017 marks the 500th anniversary of the beginning of the Protestant Reformation – events that fundamentally changed the face of European culture, politics, and religion. We’ll highlight major themes, identify the rise and nature of new religions, and describe how what became Unitarianism arose during those fateful decades in the 16th century.

Steven Epperson is the Parish minister.