Upcoming Sunday Services

Sunday services run from 10:30 to 11:30 am

Services 2023 – Unitarian Centre (Hybrid and on Zoom)

Join us for friendly, informal Sunday Services at 10:30 AM. Check below to see if services will be held in-person at 2700 College Avenue (the Unitarian Centre), or on Zoom

October 1 – Reconciliation: Let’s Get Going! (Round Table)

It’s easy to agree with the concept of reconciliation, but what are we doing as a community and as individuals to promote reconciliation? This is an opportunity to listen to barriers to action and to motivate each other during this round table discussion.

Hybrid Service – In-Person and on Zoom

October 8 – Can We Give What We Get?

Rev. Debra Faulk leads us to determine how our Unitarian faith sustains us in the midst of loss and change.  What commonly held values can we call on to inform our responses and motivate our actions?

Hybrid Service – In-Person and on Zoom

October 15 – To Be Determined

We are not sure what will be happening on this date yet, but we will let you know as soon as we do!

Hybrid Service – In-Person and on Zoom

October 22 – It’s Okay to Ask Questions

Speaker: Rabbi Jeremy Parnes

Unlike some religions, The Jewish Faith allows for a culture of curiosity and questioning.  What does it mean to be open to debate, to wrestle with our questions, rather than to just accept what we are told?

Hybrid Service – In-Person and on Zoom

October 29 – Treaty Land Sharing Network

Speaker: Joel Mowchenko

The Treaty Land Sharing Network connects farmers and other landholders with First Nations and Métis people needing safe access to land to practisce their way of life. They are committed to honouring the Spirit and Intent of Treaties by sharing the land for mutual benefit.

Hybrid Service – In-Person and on Zoom

Past Sunday Services

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Electric vehicles – Why make the switch?

Speaker: John Klein

John Klein, President of the Regina Car Share Co-operative, and a person who bikes year-round in Regina, will speak on EVs (Electric Vehicles) – How can we switch from gas vehicles and why? Save money! Reduce pollution!

The video from the service is available here, and the podcast can be found here.

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Community Deathcare in Saskatchewan – Bringing Death Home

Speaker: Denise Séguin Horth

Denise Séguin Horth is an End-of-Life Doula, Educator and advocate for Hospice and Palliative Care in Saskatchewan. End of Life Doulas help clients reflect on their values and wishes in how they would like to spend their last days. Denise will give us insight on how we and our families can more fully participate in deathcare decisions, how to open conversations, and learn what funeral options exist in Saskatchewan.

Powerpoint Presentation

Child Poverty

Guest Speaker: Dr. Sally Mahood

Dr. Mahood will discuss the issue of child poverty in Canada and Saskatchewan. Who is impacted and how? What are the implications for educational and health care systems, and public policies that might address the issue? Dr. Mahood is a long time academic family physician in Saskatchewan who has a special interest in Women’s and Children’s health, and has been involved in advocacy for many years.

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Check out the podcasts of some of our past Sunday services:

Fools, Coyotes and Sacred Clowns – Mooky Cornish – April 2020 (an amazing story of clowning around the world)

How to Change the World: A Field Guide – Liz James – March 2020 (change your world view and see possibilities)

We March For Bread … and We March For Roses Too! – Barb Byers March 2020 (a fascinating perspective for International Woman’s Day)

Trust  – Andrew Quackenbush – February 2020 (who should we trust and why?)

More podcasts are available here.