Join us for a Sunday Services at 10:30am. Sunday services take many forms. All of our services begin with a song and chalice lighting. Traditional services feature a reflection from our Minister, Fiona Heath or a guest speaker, with meditation and music. Children enjoy a story for all ages before participating in their own spiritual exploration programs. We regularly enjoy Sunday Services for all ages, Spirit Jams, and various forms of spiritual and community services. Our Meditation Room in the barn is open at 9:45am.
Unitarian Universalist congregations welcome people who no longer feel at home in other religions but need spiritual solace, atheists and humanists who want a tradition that honours science and thoughtful skepticism, the “spiritual but not religious” who seek a caring community. While our religious beliefs may differ, we covenant to treat each other with caring respect.
I love UCM for the wonderful atmosphere, the kindness of the people and the acceptance of me as a transgender person.
Members of the congregation have been warm and welcoming and have made UCM a place where we want to be.
This congregation of active and open-minded people is important to me. I am happy to have found a healthy spiritual home for myself and my daughters.
As a parent, I love UCM for the rich experience of community. UCM helps my family be resilient, ethical and connected in today’s world. This is truly a religion for today’s modern parent.
We affirm the inherent worth of each person.
We affirm that we are part of the interdependent web of all existence.
Unitarian Universalism is a religious tradition which encourages people to develop their own spiritual philosophy within a framework of seven principles, six sources and five aspirations.
Attend a Sunday service at 10:30 am. We are just south of the QEW, east of Hurontario at 84 South Service Road in Mississauga. Email us at email@example.com or call 905-278-5622.
Welcome to the Unitarian Congregation in Mississauga! If you are looking for an open and warm hearted community that accepts all people, we may be your spiritual home too. As Unitarian Universalists we know we belong to the earth, and we celebrate the mystery of being alive in this wondrous universe.
As well as making time for the joys of living, we also recognize the sorrow and the struggle. We live in challenging times, from the growing impact of climate change, to the chaos in global politics, to increasingly fragmented relationships. Everyone needs welcoming spaces in which to express pain and consider how to live in these strange times.
I believe Unitarian Universalism offers a new and needed way to live. Canadian Unitarian Universalism in Canada has a vision of a society in which our interdependence calls us to love and justice. UCM works toward this vision through our Sunday services, learning opportunities, social justice actions, and in caring for one another.
I’m proud to be the minister of this thriving chalice community. My hope for every Sunday service is that people leave feeling better than when they arrived. I look forward to connecting with you!