Chalice Circle

The Chalice Circle service includes readings and group discussion on the monthly spiritual theme.

Transformed by Love

The Unitarian Universalist justice campaign known as “Standing on the Side of Love” steadily grew into a popular rallying message and identifiable brand for many UU congregations across North America. So why change something so successful? How is transforming the message to “Side with Love” … read more.

Spirit Jam Service

Lay-led service on this month’s spriitual theme of “Transformation.”

Pulpit Exchange Sunday

Unitarian Universalist ministry values and encourages all ministers to develop and maintain strong collegial bonds. The tradition of “pulpit exchange” where a pair of ministers travel and “exchange” church pulpits to present the Sunday sermon, evolved during the Puritan era in New England c. 1648 … read more.

Chalice Circle Service

The Chalice Circle service brings together the monthly spiritual theme (April theme is “Transformation”) through reflection, readings, and discussing guiding questions within small groups.

Mental Health Matters

Today we look at the relationship between Unitarian Universalist faith and mental health. Can religion offer a sense of hope, meaning, and purpose, and thus emotional well-being?  We will explore examples of UU congregations that have become more inclusive of people with mental health challenges. … read more.

Spirit Jam

Lay-led service on this month’s spriitual theme of “Embodiment”.

Chalice Circle Service

The Chalice Circle service brings together the monthly spiritual theme (May  theme is “Embodiment”) through reflection, readings, and discussing guiding questions within small groups.

Pride: Welcome… Again

Many Unitarian Universalists were active in the gay rights movement throughout the latter half of the 20th century. The Welcoming Congregation certification program for congregations is one example of UUs intentional willingness to engage, learn, and experience transformative change. Over the years, most Canadian congregations … read more.

Flower Communion

Traditionally, we mark the last Sunday of the season with an annual ritual that celebrates beauty, human uniqueness, diversity, and community. The Flower Communion originated in 1923 when Unitarian minister, Norbert Capek of Prague, Czechoslovakia sought to symbolically express ideals of religious unity and tolerance … read more.

No Service This Week

The members and friends of the Kamloops Unitarian Universalist Fellowship community take a break during the summer. We will be on hiatus through the summer season. Sunday services will resume on September 9, 2018 with the Water Communion service inviting everyone to “gather in”.