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 Fellowship Duncan BC

  Our fellowship is a small group of people of all ages: the Canadian Unitarian Council deems us as an emerging group. We are part of the worldwide community of religious free thinkers.

Unitarian church Duncan BC

   Each individual member holds their own unique idea about life and death -- about the source of our being, interest in the world, its people, and concerns about the environment. We are interested in dialogue, and discussion -- and we are all book lovers.

Our services include songs, readings, and occasionally, special speakers. The one hour we spend together on the first and third Sunday each month gives each of us the opportunity to share our thoughts on many topics -- whether environmental, political, spiritual, or otherwise; and we often get together for popular dinners.

Our songs and readings come from many sources and from many cultures. We have no dogma to follow - we're very free.

If you read our 7 principles, and feel that you are Unitarian at heart -- we welcome you among us. Open the door and come in, everyone is most welcome.

Our symbol is a flaming chalice which celebrates our freedom from traditional religious thought.





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