Sunday Service


Each Sunday we meet together at 10:30 a.m.

Children Welcome!

Each Sunday we join together as a room full of doubters, dreamers, theists, atheists, non-theists, liberals and conservatives, Buddhists, meditators, mystics, lovers of reason and lovers of life. While our perspectives often differ, we all share the desire to express our gratitude for life and to reconnect with who we most want to be.

Thus “Sunday Service” is a time of expressing thanks, finding peace and listening to our souls. We often hear from one another and from our minister, challenges to live our lives with depth, boldness, passion, generosity and risk.

Services include music, meditation, ritual and sharing. If you are searching for a time of reflection and inspiration, or if you just need a “spiritual jolt,” we’d love to have you join us.

Children are present during the beginning of our Service.  After the Children’s Story, they go to their own programs. Visitors are always welcome. Services last for approx 75 minutes. Coffee and light snacks are served afterward, and we hope you will stay and have a chat with our members. Limited parking is available in our lot off Ashdale Avenue directly behind our building. Street parking is available on Hiawatha and Ashdale, as well as on Gerrard Avenue.

See “Philosophy of Sunday Services” and “Themes” for more information, and view the Calendar for specific service information.


Upcoming Services

10:30 am – noon

Sunday, February 18, 2018

Working with Fear

Fear of the stranger, fear of ourselves, fear of being alone, of death … all touch us. Can we creatively work with them?

Speaker:   Rev. Wayne Walder
Music:   Christopher Hale, sitar and Miranda Stone, tabla


Sunday, February 25, 2018

Fear of Connecting with Others

What holds us back from making connections? What do we have to gain (or lose) by reaching out and forming relationships with other individuals and Unitarian Universalist congregations? In this exploration, we will push into some of our unspoken fears about forming connections.

Speaker:   Vyda Ng, Director of the Canadian Unitarian Council
Music:   Susanne Maziarz & friends