The Unitarian Congregation in Mississauga (UCM) 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 diversity of our religious beliefs resonates with the multicultural community in which we are located. UCM serves Peel (Brampton, Mississauga), Halton (Oakville, Burlington and Milton) and Etobicoke.
Sunday October 23rd - 10:30 AM
A Spiritual Journey Told Through Music
Jay Moore's story has been a life-long process to let go of the old fear of the dark and shine a light on some new possibilities. He will present a view of his own spiritual development using songs he has written to help himself continue on this journey into the light.
Jay will be assisted by Colin Read and Judith Koeller, also from the Grand River Unitarian Congregation. Rev. Fiona will lead the service.
Sunday October 30th - 10:30 AM
Depend upon Blessings
Join guest minister Stephen Atkinson in an exploration of blessings.
Reading the phrase from the new CUC Vision Statement, “our interdependence calls us to love and justice,” I see one of our UU ‘dirty words’ embedded in it: dependence, gasp! So near Hallowe’en, let’s walk through the spooky territory of this dreaded trait, and rescue the blessing that it contains.
Rev. Stephen Atkinson is currently a contract chaplain at St. Joseph’s Healthcare Hamilton. Prior to this, he served for eight years as the minister of North Shore Unitarian Church in West Vancouver, BC.
Natural Death Expo
Saturday, November 5, 2016 - The Unitarian Congregation in Mississauga
The Natural Death Expo believes that one key area that consumers are becomingly increasingly interested in making “greener” choices is at the end of their life. “Natural” in terms of death can mean many things. For the purposes of the Natural Death Expo, “natural” means not only embracing end of life care practices that leave as small a footprint on the Earth as possible, but also practices that are more natural in a social sense – where the focus is on the person who is on the death journey and that allow those who love that person to participate in caring for them before and after death. Read more