We want to keep you safe during the Covid19 pandemic. Please join us for friendly, informal Summer Conversations on Zoom (see weekly email for link). This is our opportunity to deepen our awareness of each others’ needs and find ways to better support each other. Join Us!
The Unitarian Centre will again be available for services and rentals when public health officials and the board judge that we can keep you safe. Weddings can be booked in advance in September 2020.
Please watch this site for updates.
Our caring community promotes spiritual, intellectual, and ethical growth for all.
We are seekers of truth and meaning in our lives. Throughout our shared journey we strive to examine moral, religious and philosophical questions without dogma.
We welcome you to join with us in building compassionate relationships with each other and the community around us.
We envision a vibrant, diverse, and inclusive home for spiritual exploration and social action.
We are a diverse and supportive community that celebrates life, seeks truth & meaning, practices compassion and promotes justice.
“Reconciliation is about establishing and maintaining a mutually respectful relationship between Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal peoples in this country.”
Source: p.113, Principles of Truth and Reconciliation
For the Unitarian Fellowship of Regina, reconciliation requires respecting Indigenous spirituality. It means resolving to continuously educate ourselves about First Nations, Inuit, and Métis communities and engaging with them on a journey toward justice and equity for all Indigenous Peoples in Canada.
Check out our newcomer’s page for answers to frequently asked questions and a description of what happens on a typical Sunday morning.