Social Responsibility Committee

The Social Responsibility Committee meets monthly. It works to have us transform of ourselves, our congregation, and the world around us into a place of greater compassion and justice.

Pathways Community Housing

Pathways Community Housing was founded by Solel Synagogue, Streetsville United Church, and the Unitarian Congregation of South Peel to address the need for affordable housing in Peel Region. Our mission is rooted in the conviction that of faith that all human beings deserve to have their fundamental needs met.

The mission of Pathway is: To provide decent and affordable housing that nurtures community and well being of people of no, low, or modest income. Members of the Unitarian Congregation in Mississauga remain involved as volunteers on the Board and in the Community programs at Pathways.


UU-UNO at the Unitarian Congregation in Mississauga

The Unitarian Universalist Association's (UUA's) involvement in the United Nations can be traced to the early part of the 20th century. Both the Unitarians and the Universalists were active in the League of Nations Asso

ciation and later closely monitored the creation of the United Nations.  The founding of the Unitarian Universalist United Nations Office (UU-UNO) can be traced to April of 1962. 

The Unitarian Congregation in Mississauga is a Blue Ribbon Congregation.


Mental Health Resources

In accordance with the Social Responsibility Commit-tee's 2012/2013 focus on mental health, a binder has been put together for the library. It is titled: Mental Health Resources/Peel and Halton. This binder contains four sections.

The first is the Quick Guide: Mental Health Resources serving Peel Region. This guide is produced by the Peel Branch of the Canadian Mental Health Association and dates to Dec. 2007. The Peel branch of the Canadian Mental Health Association can be reached online at

The second section of the guide lists Mental Health and Addictions Services from the Mississauga/Halton LHIN (Local Health Integration Network). It dates to June 2009. The Mississauga/Halton LHIN can be reached online at

The third section of the guide lists Child and Adoles-cent Community Resources. This guide is produced by Peel Public Health and dates to Oct. 2008.

The fourth section of the guide provides some general information about mental health.
Judy Benger

Amnesty International.

Amnesty International at Unitarian Congregation in Mississauga

 UCM receives "Urgent Action" information from Amnesty International every month. These news items are about matters of immediate and urgent importance. Examples of these issues include people being incarcerated without being charged or tried for speaking out about injustice in their country. Letters are written that relate to our current interest in refugees from the crisis in the Middle East and other related issues. This is an initiative of our Social Responsibility Committee. Letters are composed, copied and signed by members of the congregation and then sent to the appropriate persons.

To get involved with Amnesty International at UUCM, please contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Just click on her name to email. 


iconfacebook icontwitter3 iconwordpress iconyoutube
This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. Phone Number for Unitarian Congregation in Mississauga mapicon


minister's blog Unitarian Congregation in Mississauga - Welcome page | We're on facebook