Newcomers Information & FAQWhatever your heritage, whatever your faith, whomever you love, you are welcome here!
Programs & Times
Service begins at 10:30 am
Our Sunday service is an hour long; most are designed for adults, but some are multi-generational, with all ages welcome. After a brief break for coffee/tea and socializing, you have the option of engaging in a discussion of the service theme or attending a workshop on another topic during the second hour, which begins at 11:45 am.
We offer programs for children and youth, grouped by age: Nursery 0-4 years Children Pre-K – Gr. 6 Jr. & Sr. Youth Gr. 7+
What to expect
Let us walk you through a typical Sunday morning.
At 10:20 am you have arrived. You have taken off your shoes and are hanging up your coat. Now where do you go?
Flute music will start. Adults will make their way into Coburn hall (Sanctuary), Youth will head to the main floor meeting room and children will head downstairs. Some Sundays we will all be together in Coburn hall. This will be clearly communicated.
Children’s programming happens downstairs (lower hall), Nursery is open. Jr & Sr Youth program commences.
End of adult service and beginning of coffee/tea in the lounge. End of children’s programming and beginning of children’s snack time. Youth programming wraps up.
Adult 2nd hour programming starts in main floor meeting room or in Coburn hall (Sanctuary). This is an opportunity to exchange thoughts on the service topic. At this point there is no childcare or children’s programming.
End of adult 2nd hour programming. All clean-up commences – lounge, all rooms, lower hall, Coburn hall (Sanctuary) etc.
How do I get there?
213 2nd Street East
Saskatoon, SK, S7H 1N5
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What do Unitarian Universalists believe?
Will I fit in?
Will I be pressured to join or be saved?
What provisions do you have for people with disabilities?
What should I/my family wear?
Is there childcare and/or Sunday School? What is taught?
My child doesn’t separate well. Can he/she stay with me during the service?
How do you worship together if you don’t all believe the same thing?
Some of our services are more spiritual, others more intellectual. Some aim to inspire, and others to provoke or challenge. But all of them are grounded in freedom, responsibility, and respect. It is up to each individual to consider the speaker’s point of view and then to follow their own conscience and come to their own conclusions about the meaning of the ideas or experiences presented.
What goes on at a Sunday service?