News

November 1, 2017

Your Wedding

Let the warm memories of your commitment live a lifetime.

A lay wedding officiant will help you design a ceremony thathearts expresses your deepest feelings and spiritual ideals.

An uplifting wedding will touch the hearts of all and become a joyful occasion, telling the world of your abiding devotion.

Invite one our lay chaplains to design a ceremony that reflects your true selves – what you wish to say to each other; what you wish to show everyone. To contact a lay chaplain please email laychaplains

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November 1, 2017

Curious About Us?

Drop in for a 10:30 am Sunday service.

You’ll receive a friendly greeting at the door and after theuu colour chalice service come by the Visitors’ Table in front of the sanctuary. Ask questions. If you wish, fill out a Visitor Welcome form to receive our newsletters and get connected to a friendly group in your neighbourhood.

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October 30, 2017

Children and Youth Programs

At Victoria Unitarian we explore and learn about spiritual practices in the broadest sense: from world religions to gardening; from meditation to social action; from self-reflection to fellowship and fun. We welcome everyone!

Our Curricula are designed to nurture Unitarian Universalist identity, spiritual growth, transforming faith and vital communities of justice and love.

Parents or guardians are not required to join the congregation.

Questions? Email Faye Mogensen, director of Spiritual Exploration and Learning for Children and Youth. or phone 250-744-2695.

1 to 4 years: Sundays 10:20 to noon. Paid staff offer loving care. Free-play, stories, music, snack, outdoor exploration and a short circle time.

Gr. 6 to 8: Junior yU*Uth: a special Coming of Age year

Gr. 9 to 12: Our yU*Uth Ministry: based on six pillars: worship, leadership, learning, community building, social action, and fun. Youth take leadership in all of these areas, with adult support.

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