Sunday Services

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

All our Sunday Services are online at 10:30 am SK time

Join from your computer, tablet, or smartphone. The online room opens at 10:15 for those who want to come early to chat with others. Summer services are about 30-40 minutes in length.

To join a summer service, go to lnk.bio/saskatoonunitarians for the registration link or the service link (some services require advance registration).

 

Summer Services Collaborative July and August 2021

This summer we are sharing services with Kelowna Unitarians, Westwood Unitarian Congregation (Edmonton) and Unitarian Church of Edmonton. We hope you enjoy the variety of topics and the opportunity to get to know Unitarians in other parts of Western Canada.

July 4, 2021 at 10:30 am
Peter Mayer at the UU Church of Halifax
UU musician extraordinaire Peter Mayer offers a musical tour of the mysteries behind our lives. The UU Church of Halifax and Mayer are freely sharing this music filled service recording with us this morning. We are grateful for their generosity.
Host congregation: Westwood Unitarian Congregation
To join the service find the link at lnk.bio/saskatoonunitarians

July 11, 2021 at 10:30 am 
Making a difference
Rev. Audrey Brooks with speakers Rev. Anne Barker, Rev. Fulgence Ndagijimana, and Rabbi Gila Caine
The 13th Genocide Memorial Service sponsored by the Unitarian Church of Edmonton, the Edmonton Interfaith Centre, and Westwood Unitarian Congregation. Each year, persons from many faiths and cultures come to share names and stories of people who died because of planned attacks against them, because of wars, greed, “ethnic cleansing,” slavery, gender bias, and colonial appropriation of Indigenous lands.
Host congregation: Unitarian Church of Edmonton
To join the service find the link at lnk.bio/saskatoonunitarians

July 18, 2021 at 10:30 am
Facing the red lions
Cathryn Wellner
Red lions lurk in everyone’s life. They snarl when you dare try something new. They roar when you fail. They attack when you persist in following your own path. Using a Persian folktale to explore the role of red lions, Wellner will introduce some ordinary people who are inspiring lion tamers and share how she tames her own red lions.
Host Congregation: Kelowna Unitarians
To join the service find the link at lnk.bio/saskatoonunitarians

July 25, 2021 at 10:30 am
This moment in time
Ilara Stefaniuk-Gaudet and Easton Avery
Our practices in this moment are scaling up to shape a future that has never existed before – not only for us, but for future generations. The deeper we listen to our collective dreaming the more power it holds to shape our world in new and wonderful ways. What would it look like to slow down and move at the speed of trust? How would it feel to focus on critical connections as a priority over critical mass? This service will explore how we can use our lives as frontlines for transformation.
Host Congregation: Westwood Unitarian Congregation
To join the service find the link at lnk.bio/saskatoonunitarians

August 1, 2021 at 10:30 am
Preparing to return
Lisa Stein
The past year and a half has upturned our lives in enumerable ways. As restrictions lesson and we’re able to return to “normal,” it is natural that mixed feelings accompany the transition. This service will be in discussion format with a series of questions and prompts to explore how the transition out of the pandemic is affecting us on personal, communal, and societal levels.
Host Congregation: Westwood Unitarian Congregation
To join the service find the link at lnk.bio/saskatoonunitarians

August 8, 2021 at 10:30 am
Hysterical Women
Liz James and Rev. Anne Barker with Service Leader Margaret Smith
Join Liz and Anne on their their hilarious journey as irreverent UU women.
Host Congregation: Saskatoon Unitarians
To register for the service, find the link at lnk.bio/saskatoonunitarians

August 15, 2021 at 10:30 am
Writing as a spiritual practice
Ilara Stefaniuk-Gaudet and Kathie Cram
Join Ilara Stefaniuk-Gaudet (Westwood Unitarians) and Kathie Cram (Saskatoon Unitarians) for reflections on writing and their experiences. They will grapple with the question: How can writing be a spiritual practice? There will be a writing prompt for those who want to pursue their writing or “dip your toes in.”
Host Congregation: Saskatoon Unitarians
To register for the service, find the link at lnk.bio/saskatoonunitarians

August 22, 2021 at 10:30 am
Antidote to Perfection
Rev. Danielle Webber
How can Interdependence encourage us to move away from the concept of perfectionism; a need to be all things to all people, to constantly have everything under control, to be self-critical and to have an all-or-nothing approach to life. Is it possible to step away from the need to be perfect, and realize the resources all around us?
Host Congregation: Kelowna Unitarians
To join the service find the link at lnk.bio/saskatoonunitarians

August 29, 2021 at 10:30 am
The Growth of Humanity
Rev. Danielle Webber
hu-man-i-ty ((h)yooˈmanədē – Compassionate, sympathetic, or generous: the quality or state of being human – The totality of human beings: the human race. With the two very different definitions of humanity, what does it mean to explore the growth of humanity? And what really is the difference? We will be looking at how our personal and spiritual growth is different from the growth of human beings and the human race – trying to understand the pros and cons of how the growth of humans has affected humans.
Host Congregation: Kelowna Unitarians
To join the service find the link at lnk.bio/saskatoonunitarians

Please note that there is no service on September 5. Regular services resume September 12.

Our Services

We enjoy services that are spiritually inspiring and intellectually challenging. We pay attention to our connection with our self – our experiences, hopes and dreams – and our relationships with one another and with the wider world. Our services help us address issues in our common lives and encourage us to act for justice

Missed a Service?

Incase you have missed a service, check out our YouTube Channel. It may have been recorded, we do record the majority of our services.

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A quick way to find the link you`re looking for in one place, is by using our Lnk.Bio page, you`ll always have access to the Sunday Services Zoom Registration Links, Online Events, and as well as links to our webpage and social media pages and groups.

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