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.
March 30 Huddle: The Stealth Sell Off of Public Assets
Thursday March 30, 7:00PM
Location: 84 South Service Road, Mississauga
Topic: Sell off of public assets – privatization of Service Canada and Healthcare
Speaker: Marjorie Nelson of We own it
Information link: http://www.weownit.ca/
Who Is the Inner You
Friday, March 31 at 7:30 PM. Can you tap into your inner Benedict Cumberbatch or Maggie Smith?
Any Judi Dench’s waiting to be discovered? We are offering an opportunity to any smoldering talents to launch new careers sponsored by the UCM Players. An evening of heart felt expression on the subject of Who Is the Inner You.
On Wednesday April 19th at seven come to the Great Hall to hear Darren Thomas speak. Darren Thomas is Seneca Nation, Bear Clan from the Haudenosaunie. He is a doctoral candidate in the community psychology program at Wilfred Laurier University.
Efforts to work towards reconciling the past relations between the Crown, Canadians and Indigenous peoples will be a challenging and cumbersome journey. What this relationship currently lacks is understanding and empathy. So many Canadians wonder why Indigenous people cannot find a rightful place in today’s society, why are the drug addiction, suicide, family violence, and incarceration rates so high for Indigenous populations? Why is it that Indigenous peoples cannot seem to just move beyond the past?