Unitarian Fellowship of Regina

The Unitarian Fellowship of Regina connects you to a caring community that practices compassion and promotes justice. Through respectful, open discussion, we celebrate life, and seek truth and meaning. We welcome you to join us as we explore Diverse Beliefs and deepen our understanding of Shared Values.

Come on in and we will make you welcome!

The Fellowship recognizes the many contributions Black Canadians make to this country. Here are a few.

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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 Statement

“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.

Newcomer information

Check out our newcomer’s page for answers to frequently asked questions and a description of what happens on a typical Sunday morning.


The Unitarian Centre is a charming space for weddings of any size up to 175 people. Contact reginauu@gmail.com to book this affordable, historic spot for your event.

Join us for friendly, informal Sunday Services at 10:30 AM. Services will be in-person at 2700 College Avenue, the Unitarian Centre, OR online with Zoom OR sometimes available either way.  Please check to confirm location on our Sunday Services page.

The Zoom links to Sunday Services are: