The Unitarian Congregation in Mississauga is a religious community of individuals who are guided by compassion, reason and love on an individual search for truth and meaning. We are a growing and diverse congregation. We find meaning and value in the rich and deep history of Unitarianism because our religious tradition draws inspiration from many sources including the wisdom of the world’s faith traditions, nature, science, and contemporary thought.


The Unitarian Congregation in Mississauga Sunday Service is on Sunday at 10:30 AM. Although each week may follow a different Order of Service, this is what you can expect in a typical Sunday morning occurs as below.

After being greeted upon entering the hall on a Sunday, you will receive an Order of Service and a song book. Headphones are available so that the hearing impaired can follow the service.

The Great Hall is Open at ten fifteen and Services begin at 10:30am. Services are followed by a Fellowship Hour for coffee and conversation.

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Following our regular Sunday Services, we gather to enjoy coffee and conversation.  UCM is proud to serve Fair Trade Coffee from Birds and Beans each Sunday. Once a month we have a Pay What You Can Fellowship lunch.

If you are interested in helping with coffee or lunches, anything from clearing or setting tables to heading one up, email    In exchange for your time, you will be rewarded with great food, conversations and, for all clean-up crew, an end of year surprise reward.

New coffee servers are always welcome.  If you’d like to join a coffee team, please email and Wendy Shusterman will find you a place to offer devoted service (of caffeine and goodies).

If you have food allergy concerns, please do not hesitate to email   We are a nut-free facility and encourage labelling of common ingredients (eggs, dairy, meat, fish and shellfish, etc) to facilitate choice and health of all members and friends.


Since our beginning in 1954, UCM has always had a library. The contents were expanded greatly after the death of Jack Tracy, when a memorial fund was established in his honour. Jack’s wife, Helen Tracy also worked for many years as our librarian , expanding and maintaining the library.

In 1966, the congregation recognized the contributions of Helen and Jack  Tracy by naming our collection the Tracy Library.

Catalogue Library

Catalogue Library by Author


Voices UUnited – Choir

Our choir, Voices UUnited performs on some Sundays at 10:30 a.m. with Abigail Freeman, our Music Director. If you’d like to come out and join us we’d be happy to have you. We rehearse every Sunday morning from 9:30 to 10:00 plus once a month after service and perform an anthem approximately every second Sunday. There is no audition and you do not need to read music – just love to sing.


Experience heartfelt worship, good friends and a refreshing look into Unitarian Universalism in a comfortable, casual setting.


Online Service: Radically Inclusive

Sunday, Online