Let the warm memories of your commitment live a lifetime.
A lay wedding officiant will help you design a ceremony that 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 laychaplainsRead more ›
Drop in for a 10:30 am Sunday service.
You’ll receive a friendly greeting at the door and after the 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.Read more ›
šxʷʔam̓ət (home), the 2018 Forum Theatre production on issues of Reconciliation is coming to the Songhees Wellness Centre for two performances on January 19 and 20. Our congregation is co-hosting the play, sharing promotion and financial responsibility with Cadboro Bay United Church. We are reaching out to you, our congregation and collaborating Indigenous and non-Indigenous community organizations.
What does Reconciliation between Indigenous and non-Indigenous people look and feel like? How does this idea of “Reconciliation” translate into our day-to-day human relationships? This audience interactive play puts real, tough, current issues on the stage about the blockages we all face moving towards Reconciliation.
Tickets – $17 online, $15 in person or $20 at the door.
Tickets NOW available online here or after church on December, 17 and 21 and in January. Make this a Christmas gift to ‘all your relations’: friends, family, your coworkers and networks.
Contact: THReconcilation@victoriaunitarian.ca or speak to Diana Smith, Lynn Beak, Kathryn Harwood, or Forrest Smith if you wish to sell groups of tickets or have names of interested organizations or contacts.Read more ›