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 ›
Do you have an idea for doing things differently in our church community: a new program or service or a new way of doing an existing program?
In memory of his wife, Ruth, Ted Humphreys has generously funded the Ruth Humphreys Innovations Fund. Once a year the fund trustees call for proposals that provide opportunities and new ideas that would add value to our congregational life.
A total of $10,000 per year is available to be allocated among successful applicants.
Click here for further information and funding application forms available here or from the church office. DEADLINE is January 2020.
You can contact any of the trustees with your questions or email email@example.com.
Al Hoffman, John Tiffany, Betty Sherwood, Lynne Bonner, Lorna Anthony, Rev. Shana (ex officio).
We look forward to hearing from you!
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Do you want to attend Sunday morning services or Jazz Vespers but can’t get there? Check here to locate a ride-share volunteer who passes through your area. The volunteers have provided contact information and their travel routes.
If you have questions please email LocationTaskForce@victoriaunitarian.caRead more ›
Neighbourhood Group leaders, by points per capita:
- Royal Oak East 67
- James Bay 45
- Royal Oak West 42
- Gordon Head 38
- Oak Bay 30
- Grand Central 24
- Esquimalt 23
- Far Out 16
- Nearby 5
In working with Max Serpa in developing the EcoGames website, Max convinced us that the fairest way to calculate the Neighbourhood Group (NG) scores is to divide the total points won by the team by the number of EcoGames players on the team. Previously we divided the total by the total population of the entire NG, whether they were EcoGames participants or not. This has resulted in some changes in the Neighbourhood Group leaderboard.
What are the EcoGames? Click here for details.
Signup for the EcoGames
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 ›