*New*: Register to join us for Sunday Service Dec. 12 at 11 a.m. Sign up here: https://vancouver.breezechms.com/form/SundayServiceDec12

Due to limited capacity in the Sanctuary, registration is required to attend in-person weekly Sunday service. Registration opens at 1 p.m. Sundays for the next week’s service. All services will remain fully accessible online at ucv.im/live. We will continue to offer hybrid online/in-person services.

Note that mask wearing and proof-of-vaccination is required of all those over 12 years of age attending Sunday services. For more information on the UCV’s Board COVID safety decisions and protocols, visit this page.


Questions and Answers about Sunday services at the Sanctuary


How do I reserve a seat for Sunday services? 

Registration is available online. Simply fill out the brief online form linked above to attend next week’s service. If you are unable to book online, you may also call the office 604-261-7204 (ext 222) during regular hours (Monday to Thursday, 9:30am – 2:30pm) and book your seats with our membership outreach coordinator.

How far can I book in advance? 

Due to space limitations in the Sanctuary at the moment, registration is only available for the next Sunday’s service. Regular attendees will still have to register each week for now.

Do I need to be a member of Vancouver Unitarians to attend services? 

No! We always welcome newcomers. You will need to register online, at the form above. If you’re new to UCV, you can also say hello and tell us a bit more about your interests by filling it out this first-time visitors’ form.

Are masks required in the Sanctuary?

Yes, we require mask wearing and social distancing in our shared space – that’s also why we’re limiting in-person services to 100 people for the time being.

Are children under 12, who haven’t been to be vaccinated yet, welcome to attend? 

Children are welcome to attend and we have a new supervised area for young children right up front near the stage. There will also be large screen streaming the service from Hewett Hall for any parents those children aren’t able to sit through the whole service.