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Lifespan Learning

Pamela Smith-Loeters is our dynamic Director of Lifespan Learning. Pamela’s vision is to encourage a strong sense of belonging by creating opportunities for our members to maintain and develop multi-generational connections and support each other as we explore our own wonder questions together.  Pamela is a parent educator and the mother of four wonderful daughters.  Pamela has a sense of wonder and fun which she brings to the many programs for people of all ages offered under the Spiritual Exploration and Lifespan Learning programs.



Our Administrator

Our Administrator, Tisa Zabarylo, is an asset to the Unitarian Congregation in Mississauga. Tisa works in the office from 10am to 2pm Monday to Friday, with summer hours on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday from 1pm to 4pm. She can be reached atinfo@uucm.ca. Tisa prepares our weekly Order of Service, newsletter, facilitates rentals and assists volunteers in addition to countless other tasks. Tisa has such a range of responsibilities, it would be impossible to list them all. She is a vital part of the UCM community.


Respect for the interdependent web of all existence of which we are a part


The Board of Directors serves on behalf of the Congregation between the meetings of the Congregation.  It strives to set the direction and long-range planning of the congregation and to guide the regular operations of the Congregation.

Board members are elected at the Congregational Meeting in May of each year and serve a three year term and the Board meets monthly.



The Caring Circle is a committee of 9 – 11 people, and our main focus is to try to identify members of the congregation who may need a visit, phone call, or a card or letter, due to circumstances in their lives, which may involve illness, stress, life transition, or the care of a sick relative.

The Caring Circle also likes to acknowledge joys and includes these announcements in the “Among Us” column of UCM’s monthly newsletter.

To contact the Caring Circle email caring@uucm.ca




The Unitarian Congregation in Mississauga has various committees that perform the work of the congregation.  Permanent committees are divided into four teams: The Administrative Team, The Education and Exploration Team, the Membership Team and the Communications Team.  Various ad-hoc committees formed by the Board to carry out specific functions from time to time.



There are many ways to become involved in UCM. Want to meet new people?  Join a Greeter Team or help with Fellowship lunches. Love gardening or have an interest in the environmental issues,  participate in the Greening Initiative or Green Sanctuary.

Want to make the world a better place?  Find out what is going on in Social Justice: participate in various special events or our continuing work with the wider community.

UCM also depends on volunteer members and friends to work on our committees and task groups throughout the year.

For more information about current volunteer opportunities, email volunteer@uucm.ca