Unitarian congregation Duncan BC

Unitarian church Duncan BC
in the midst of the beautiful Cowichan Valley on Vancouver Island
Unitarian congregation Duncan BC

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Duncan Unitarian church
Please Note: The Cowichan Valley Fellowship has decided to disband and its members have transferred their support to other Unitarian Universalist congregations in the area. You can get information about the four congregations in the area by clicking on the web sites listed below. All four congregations have Lay Chaplains who can provide quality custom designed services for Weddings, Child Dedications, and Memorial Services.

For information on Unitarian Universalism, and for Weddings, Memorials/Funerals, Infant Dedications and other ceremonies that you may require, please go to the following links for congregations now servicing this area: The Unitarian Fellowship of Nanaimo. The Unitarian Fellowship of Salt Spring Island. Capital Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Victoria. First Unitarian Church of Victoria.

Unitarian congregation Duncan BC

   We are a world-wide church, established 450 years ago. Among our distinguished members were Emerson and Thoreau.

We come together to maintain an inclusive fellowship which welcomes all men and women of goodwill, without regard to differences of race, gender, background, sexual preferences or theological beliefs.
Unitarian church Duncan BC

      Who Are the Unitarians?

We respect the insights that have been expressed within all the great religions of the world, because we believe that truth is to be discovered through free inquiry and mutual understanding. We regard the right of the human mind to follow the light of reason.

We revere all the good that the past has brought us, and we continue to explore so that our faith is always a new adventure in growth and understanding.

For more of an insight into what Unitarians are all about, here is a list of notable American Unitarians.
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This on-line project of the First Parish and the First Church in Cambridge (Unitarian Universalist) is based on research concerning some representative women and men who made significant contributions to life in the quarter century 1936-1961, and includes a comprehensive biography of the people listed (click on their name). This period runs from the time of the report, "Unitarians Face a New Age", to the beginning of the Unitarian Universalist Association.

Unitarian Fellowship of the Cowichan Valley, Duncan BC, 2004 ;  web site by Aantaris Web Design