Remembrance Day

Peter Scales with Worship Associate Fran Pardee –

Remembrance Day is a time to remember those who died in wartime, to consider why humans go to war, and to discuss how to strive for peace.

Our November 11th ceremony includes Unitarians who have served in the Canadian Forces, and speaks to all who never want to see war again. Today we welcome Capital UU Congregation and Salt Spring Island Unitarians.


Sunday Services

Join us at 10:30 a.m. for the Sunday worship service. You can connect by phone or online, or attend in person.