Upcoming Events

Everyone is welcome to attend these open events
Dec
19
Thu
2019
Circle of Song – singing practice @ Unitarian Centre - Upper Hall
Dec 19 @ 7:15 pm – 9:00 pm
Circle of Song - singing practice @ Unitarian Centre - Upper Hall
Circle of Song, is a Unitarian singing group. All are welcome, no singing experience or ability to read music is required.

Singing is good for your health and good for your soul…plus it’s fun!

Circle of Song meet on the 1st and 3rd Thursday of the month, 7:15pm -9pm. (check church calendar to confirm),

“Singing is ancient and universal, an activity of deep importance to individuals, social groups, and religions. Recently, researchers have confirmed experiential understanding of the power of singing by documenting its many physical and psychological health benefits: from improving posture, sleep and respiratory health to boosting the immune system and reducing stress. Singing with other people seems to be even more helpful, leading to increased feelings of togetherness and belonging and stronger social ties. Membership in choirs is surging as people rediscover the joy of making music together using the most natural instrument, the voice.”

Circle of Song (our motto: “We all belong in the Circle of Song”!)

Facilitator: Kathryn Green

Dec
21
Sat
2019
Winter Solstice Labyrinth Walk @ Saskatoon Unitarians
Dec 21 @ 7:00 pm – 8:30 pm

There will be a labyrinth in the upper hall, come and enjoy a contemplative walk to live music.

Opening ritual begins at 7pm  —  Walks end at 8:30pm

There will be mulled cider and treats served in the lower hall, for your enjoyment after the walk.

All are Welcome!

Dec
24
Tue
2019
Christmas Eve Candlelit Service @ Saskatoon Unitarians
Dec 24 @ 7:00 pm – 8:00 pm
Speaker: Rev. Karen Fraser Gitlitz; Service Leader: Sage Baxter

A service of readings and carols celebrating traditional and non-traditional perspectives on the season. We close by singing Silent Night by candlelight.

Welcome Everyone – whatever your heritage, whatever your faith, whomever you love, you are welcome here!

Jan
2
Thu
2020
Circle of Song – singing practice @ Upper hall - Unitarian Centre
Jan 2 @ 7:15 pm – 9:00 pm
Circle of Song - singing practice @ Upper hall - Unitarian Centre
Circle of Song, is a Unitarian singing group. All are welcome, no singing experience or ability to read music is required.

Singing is good for your health and good for your soul…plus it’s fun!

They usually meet on the 1st and 3rd Thursday of the month, 7:15pm -9pm. (check Unitarian calendar to confirm).

“Singing is ancient and universal, an activity of deep importance to individuals, social groups, and religions. Recently, researchers have confirmed experiential understanding of the power of singing by documenting its many physical and psychological health benefits: from improving posture, sleep and respiratory health to boosting the immune system and reducing stress. Singing with other people seems to be even more helpful, leading to increased feelings of togetherness and belonging and stronger social ties. Membership in choirs is surging as people rediscover the joy of making music together using the most natural instrument, the voice.”

Circle of Song (our motto: “We all belong in the Circle of Song”!)

Facilitator: Kathryn Green

Jan
16
Thu
2020
Circle of Song – singing practice @ Unitarian Centre - Upper Hall
Jan 16 @ 7:15 pm – 9:00 pm
Circle of Song - singing practice @ Unitarian Centre - Upper Hall
Circle of Song, is a Unitarian singing group. All are welcome, no singing experience or ability to read music is required.

Singing is good for your health and good for your soul…plus it’s fun!

Circle of Song meet on the 1st and 3rd Thursday of the month, 7:15pm -9pm. (check church calendar to confirm),

“Singing is ancient and universal, an activity of deep importance to individuals, social groups, and religions. Recently, researchers have confirmed experiential understanding of the power of singing by documenting its many physical and psychological health benefits: from improving posture, sleep and respiratory health to boosting the immune system and reducing stress. Singing with other people seems to be even more helpful, leading to increased feelings of togetherness and belonging and stronger social ties. Membership in choirs is surging as people rediscover the joy of making music together using the most natural instrument, the voice.”

Circle of Song (our motto: “We all belong in the Circle of Song”!)

Facilitator: Kathryn Green

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