Sunday Services

Services begin at 10:30am


Sunday Services, children & youth programming – start at 10:30 AM,

NOV 5 – Whomever you love—a testimonial, Speaker: Liz James; Service Leader: Cori Smithen

Pat Adams

In many traditional evangelical churches, there are frequent “testimonials”—a chance for people to tell the story of their faith and the difference it has made in their lives.  Come hear Liz James’ story of her family’s first ventures into UUism at a vulnerable time in their lives, and how this faith changed their family.
Note:  Featuring Pat Adams, being bossy.  In a good way.

2nd hour (11:45AM) – Potluck Sunday in the lower hall –  “We like to celebrate local foods and farmers! At this month’s potluck, the Green Sanctuary group invites you to try incorporating something local and delicious.”

SERVICE du 5 Novembre 2017 à 16h
Un service Unitarien en Français avec Rev. Fulgence Ndagijimana


Quand Pandore a ouvert la boite, toute sorte de maux se sont échappés. Pourquoi et Comment l’espérance persiste? Comment elle-est générée, Est-elle nécessaire?

Vous avez entendu parler de la congrégation? Vous êtes curieux par rapport aux Unitariens? Ce service ainsi que la conversation qui va suivre est une occasion en or pour vous.


Nov 5,  4 PM – HOPEFUL LIVING – Francophone Unitarian Worship Service Sunday  with Rev. Fulgence Ndagijimana; Service Leader: Jan Norris

When Pandora opened the box, and all manner of problems flew out, hope remained.  Why and how does hope persist?  Is it even helpful?  How is hope generated?


Nov 12,  SHARED JOURNEYS TO GREATER HEALTH: Circles of Support & Accountability ties with UUism, Speaker: Joan Carolyn; Service Leader: Bryan Carroll

Joan is a passionate Unitarian and the CUC Staff person for congregational development (BC & Western Regions).

Nov 19, CAMP FYERFLY, Speaker: Herb McFaull

Learn about the history and current activities of Camp fYrefly, Canada’s largest, volunteer-based, summer leadership retreat for sexual and gender minority (lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans-identified, two-spirited, intersexed, queer, questioning) and allied youth.


Nov 26, STORIES OF HOME, Speakers: the Saskatoon Storytellers Guild; Service Leader: Chris Lindgren

What are the stories that make this place our home (our city, our neighbourhood, our province, our region)? Speakers: Chris Lindgren and members of the Saskatoon Storytellers Guild

2nd Hour

11:45 AM – 12:45 PM

After tea & coffee join in one of the after-service activities. This time is a great way to get to know people and to explore topics in more depth.

Monthly Themes

Each month we focus on a theme, which we explore in our Sunday Services, in small groups, and in a variety of workshops and other offerings. Our monthly theme package is intended to spark individual reflection and group discussion. It offers quotes, poems, and wisdom from a variety of traditions as well as links to resources on the internet and recommendations for books and movies. The packet is available free to anyone who would like to sign up for it (see below).

View this years themes