Meet some of our active members here. To see all of the posted testimonials, click here.

To read about some of our members who have been recognized as Unsung Heroes or Lifetime Members, click here.

I’ve  been interested in labyrinths for a long time. I've visited and walked a number of labyrinths in North America including the beautiful San Francisco Grace Cathedral. Read the full testimonial.

Kiersten is our Director of Children's and Youth Religious Exploration. At the recent (first annual) Hogwarts Summer Camp, Kiersten taught the herbology classes. Helping kids make echinacea tincture as well as exploring the various herbs and "weeds" around the congregation's grounds that can be used for salves and "potions". Read the full testimonial.

I was first introduced to the UU church and faith by a dear World Federalist colleague and long-time Unitarian who thought, given my love for being curious, asking questions, meeting interesting people and being open to new ideas, that I would find a home here.
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Jodie moved to Vancouver from the UK in 2016 and has since been sharing her knowledge of esoteric traditions in astrology, tarot and divinatory arts across the local community. Read the full testimonial.

John Voth's art has had numerous exhibitions at UCV. He invites members to come by his private loft gallery. By appointment only.

In her search for community Mairy joined the First Unitarian Church of Toronto in the early nineties, thinking it was another liberal Christian denomination. Read the full testimonial.

Tamiko is the Outreach Coordinator for the Environment Team.
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Melody Mason is an economist and consultant who worked for many years with the World Bank. She has an MBA, an M.Sc in Development Economics, and a BSc in Sociology.
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Lorimer Shenher is a Canadian writer living and working in Greater Vancouver, BC.

This One Looks Like a Boy is Lorimer’s second book, to be published March 2019 by Greystone Books. It tells the story of his life as a transgender man coming to terms with his fear of transitioning to male.
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David Steele is a retired molecular biologist and the vice-president of Earthsave Canada. Read the full testimonial.

Our library committee, chaired by David Buchanan, is an active and committed group. They'd love for more people to come in and borrow books.
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As a “night school junkie”, this fall Wendy signed up for: Paganism 101 and Wicca 101 as well as a six-week astrology course. She says she’s not sure how much paganism will form part of her spiritual practice in the future, but she’s interested so (as usual) she’s diving in. Read the full testimonial.