What can I believe?
You can... take personal responsibility for your own religious life.
We are a non-doctrinal spiritual community that practices respect for all faiths, in addition to upholding reason, tolerance and love. We offer a place to share questions and doubts without judgment, and are a community that practices spirituality through deep care and connection with our world and with each other.
What are UU Principles?
Being a Unitarian Universalist means respect for the beliefs of others, and searching for shared values. At UUCD we provide an atmosphere of stimulating ideas, spiritual nourishment and community support so that you are free to discover the best that is in you.
Unitarian Universalists affirm and promote:
What should I wear and when should I arrive?
You can... wear whatever makes you feel comfortable.
At UUCD we’re not concerned with what you wear. Most people will dress in casual attire, but dress how you feel comfortable and you’ll fit right in.
Please join us on Sundays at 10:30 am from September until June!
What about my kids?
You can... bring your children. Our Religious Exploration program and childcare are staffed by carefully screened volunteers, under the direction of our Director of Religious Exploration. At UUCD, we believe children have a right to explore spiritual topics in an open and age-appropriate way. Families are warmly welcomed.
What is a "Welcoming Congregation"?
You can...feel welcome, regardless of your sexual identity, sexual orientation or gender.
We are a Welcoming Congregation, which means that UUCD has completed a Unitarian Universalist Association (UUA) program and passed a congregational vote to affirm that we welcome the membership and active participation of the LGBTQ community.
We invite you!
If you are someone who is seeking, or simply curious and open to the possibility of a different way of considering and practicing spirituality, we offer you a hearty invitation to spend a moment getting to know us. Our Sunday services celebrate the mystery of life while honouring the joys and sorrows of living. Through music, story, and silence, we are reminded that each of us is whole just as we are, and that we belong to the larger, magnificent whole of life. If Sunday mornings aren't your thing, join us for Open Theology Pub Night or one of our many other options.
If this sounds at all intriguing, please join us!