Upcoming Sunday Services

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

Online Gatherings with the Unitarian Fellowship

During the pandemic, the Unitarian Fellowship meets online to protect you and our speakers while giving you a great Sunday morning experience. Please join us! We look forward to meeting you. Click on the title of a service to link to the online call.

We continue to investigate the needs of members and visitors. Our committees look for ways to serve you while keeping you safe. Please share your ideas.

If you are not able to join us online, please contact us (ufr.secretary@sasktel.net) and the Membership Committee will explore other ways to serve you.

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January 17 – The Day I Stood Alone – Journey of an Activist

What courage! Photographer Boniface Mwangi wanted to protest against corruption in his home country of Kenya. So he made a plan: He and some friends would stand up and heckle during a public mass meeting. But when the moment came … he stood alone. What happened next, he says, showed him who he truly was. As he says, “There are two most powerful days in your life. The day you are born, and the day you discover why.”  (graphic image warning)


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January 24 – HERITAGE BUILDINGS in Regina: Why are they important?

Guest Speaker: John Robinson

John Robinson has a keen interest in heritage architecture and buildings for many years in Regina. He’ll talk about the value and beauty in architecture and what it means for us to preserve and promote historical buildings. As an example of a Greek Revival building, our Unitarian Centre is one of a kind and a heritage building of interest. Other styles in our neighborhood include various Revival styles and Frank Lloyd Wright-inspired designs.​


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January 31 – Sask UU Shared Sunday: Lessons From My Year of Living Spiritually

Guest Speaker: Anne Bokma

Anne Bokma is a member of the First Unitarian Church of Hamilton. She is an award-winning journalist and author of the new memoir, My Year of Living Spiritually: One Woman’s Secular Quest for a More Soulful Life. Anne’s memoir documents her journey away from the fundamentalist church of her youth to finding a home among Unitarians in midlife. She shares insights from her whirlwind year of experimenting with 24 spiritual practices—from singing to solitude to going to a witch camp and heading out on a pilgrimage—and how they taught her to live more attentively and authentically in the world.


Past Sunday Services

January 10 – 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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December 6 – Amnesty International in Canada – An Update

Guest Speaker: Gord Barnes

Amnesty is well known around the world and in Canada for conducting research and generating action to protect human rights. Gord Barnes of the Regina Amnesty group will give us an update on some changes at Amnesty in Canada, as well as some of the current Amnesty campaigns. We’ll learn about the new Secretary General at Amnesty Canada, Ketty Nivyabandi and how the Write for Rights campaigns are being conducted during Covid. Two of the important campaigns at present are climate change (Amnesty is an intervenor in the carbon tax challenge) and the mining of lithium which is used in batteries. There will be time for questions and answers after the service.

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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.