Sunday Services

Join us on Zoom at 10:30 am every Sunday!

All our Sunday Services are online on Zoom

Services and Links: 

January 17, 2021 

Join us with Rev. Meg Roberts with the service on “How do we Practice Compassion withing our Shared Ministry?” As Unitarians, we practice accepting one another and encouraging each other in spiritual growth in our congregations. How do we do that when health challenges come up in our congregations –  with members of your congregation and with our staff? Rev. Meg Roberts will share some stories and learnings from her own ecpierences. 

click here for the service link. 

January 24, 2021

Join us with Rev. Karen Fraser Gitlitz with the service on “Hot Button Words”. God. Worship. Atheism. Some words evoke strong reactions, positive and negative. As Unitarian Universalist community, committed to freed of conscience, how do we approach diverse and strongly held views?

click here for the serive link.


January 31, 2021

Join us and the UFR with this shared service with Anne Bokma on the service “Lessons from Living my Life Spiritually”. My Year of Living Spiritually: One Woman’s Secular Quest for a More Soulful Life. Anne’s memoir documents her journey away from the fundamentalists church of her youth to finding a home amoung Unitarians in midlife. She will share her insights from her whirlwind yeat of expeirmenting with 24 spiritual practices.

please email for the link. 


February 7, 2021 

Join us with CUC National Sharing our Faith Service with Rev. Shana Lyngood and Rev. Samaya Oakley on the service “A Faith Worth Falling For”. We often talk about Untarian Univeralism as a transformatioanl faith – and yet to be transformed means to take a risk. How is it that we are adverse to taking such risks when it comes to widening the circle who we are as a communityu? This serivice will talk about, how we’ve failed and how we can learn from those failures to become the transformal faith we proclaim to be. 

please email for the link. 


You can join from your computer, tablet, or smartphone.


To join the Sunday service you need to register for that particular Sunday. The sign-up link is below the name of the service below or will be in that week’s congregational email (to sign up for our weekly email, click here).


The Zoom room opens at 10:15 for those who want to come early to chat with others. The service itself is about 45-50 minutes in length and after the service we have a coffee time Q & A with the speaker or we move into small groups for a more personal check in (some folks stay for this while others leave at the end of the service).


Many of our Zoom services are recorded and available for watching later (only speakers are recorded, participants are not visible). Click on our facebook page to watch the most recent recorded service, or go to our YouTube channel to see all of the services.


Resources for Families

We know that this is a challenging time for families! Our Director of Religious Education, Laura McNaughton sends out an email every week with ideas and activities for children ages 4-12.

Click here to receive the weekly Saskatoon Unitarians children’s email.

Save this fb link to Saskatoon Unitarians Children’s Program – check it out to see what is on the Virtual Diner’s Takeout menu.


Let’s all follow the guidelines recommended by our Provincial and Federal Health authorities – we all look forward to being together again as soon as it is safe to do so.

Keep well, safe and connected!

Our Services

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