Vancouver Unitarians are now active on instagram. Tanya approached our minister about getting instagram going and within a week we had an “Instagram” meeting. Tanya has offered to be the lead person/coordinator for up to six months during which time she’d mentor our youth to take … read more.
Here’s a summary list of December services for your convenience.
Sunday, December 2, 11 am – Worship Service: Hope, an all-congregation worship service on this first Advent Sunday
Sunday, December 2, 7:30 pm – Chalice Choir Advent Concert
Dark Night, Luminous Night. Join the Chalice Choir … 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.
Multifaith Calendars are a great gift!
Multifaith Calendars for 2019 are available in the Library
The calendar is an inclusive and comprehensive source of information for those who want to learn more about world religions. The Multifaith calendar facilitates understanding of these religious occasions … read more.
In January, there will be a new reading and discussion group with Rev. Steven Epperson and participants
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 … 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.
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!
Save the date of March 30, 2019, for an experiential workshop at UCV, “Building Bridges Through Understanding the Village,” to help us learn more about First Nations ways and values and the impact of colonization with facilitator, Kathi Camilleri.
Learning outcomes include:
– A cognitive and emotional understanding … read more.
What are UCV kids doing with Social and Environmental Justice?
Justice work is integral to Unitarian Universalism; for many of us justice work—whether social or environmental—is spiritual work. When we take a good look at living the seven principles, we find that they call us to act for justice, equity, compassion, and … read more.