Unitarians  have a message of acceptance to share worldwide. Born from a belief in freedom of religious thought, we come together in the Unitarian Congregation in Mississauga to live our principles and to build a better, more peaceful world.


We aspire to Deepen Our Spirit, Nurture Community and Act for an Equitable, Sustainable WorldIt’s in our DNA!

We live our mission by encouraging each other to engage in social justice activities, enjoying fellowship within our congregation and forming interfaith relationships with other and by engaging in our spiritual practices to build inner peace.


Unitarians believe in the freedom of religious expression, the acceptance of differing ideas, the search for truth an
d the authority of reason.


We see no fundamental conflict between faith and knowledge, religion and the world, the sacred and the secular. We affirm the worth and dignity of every human being and the animating force of love which always seeks to help and to heal.


The Mission of the Unitarian Congregation in Mississauga is to Deepen the Spirit, Nurture Community and Act for an Equitable, Sustainable World.

Our mission statement was adopted in 2016.  It reflects our fundamental belief that there is no conflict between science and wonder, that our community is a welcoming and nurturing place where we take responsibility for making the world a better place.


There are many ways to nurture the spirit at the Unitarian Congregation in Mississauga.

We gather for Sunday Services to share in music, reflection, and meditation.  Regular services are at 10:30am followed by Fellowship Hour.

Our Minister Fiona Heath and Director of LifeSpan Learning Pamela Smith-Loeters offer a variety of adult spiritual development program.

Members and friends may join theme groups for deeper spiritual exploration in small groups.

The Spiritual Development program for children and youth offers a variety of programs and opportunities to develop ethical minds and open hearts in young people.

Community is the foundation of UCM.  People of all ages need connections.

Join in a fellowship lunch or event, come to a concert or festival and find out more.

One way to nurture community is to give back and volunteer.  Our congregation is driven by the passion and energy of all of our friends and volunteers.

Unitarians are passionate about making the world we live in a better place.

We have a long, lively and successful tradition of making the world a better place.   Find out more, and join in.

The right of conscience and the use of the democratic process within our congregations and in society at large



Summer Service: Golden Threads. We are deeply connected and interdependent - Rev. Fiona Heath

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Summer Service: The Eighth Principle. What it means and why it matters - Rev. Julie Stoneberg

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Summer Service: Rev. Beckett Coppola

Sunday, Online

Summer Service: Exercise for the Brain. Are we hardwired for connection? - Rev. Jessica Rodela

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Summer Service: When Things Fall Apart… Can we put them back together? - Rev. Wayne Walder

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Summer Service: Spiritual and Religious: The give and take of belonging to a community - Rev. Fiona Heath

Sunday, Online


Unitarian Congregation in Mississauga

84 South Service Road
Mississauga, ON
L5G 2R9