Who We Are

We are a congregation of welcoming individuals who believe in a free and independent search for truth and meaning and the respect and dignity of all people.

 We are people of a non-creedal faith, bound together in the work to create a compassionate, peaceful society.

The Unitarian Congregation in Mississauga was founded in 1954 and serves  the Halton, Peel and Etobicoke areas. 

There are many ways to become involved or find our more about our community.  You can attend our regular Sunday service at 10:30 am, followed by Fellowship hour. 

You can attend one of our many adult education programs, such as Daytimers, the Drumming Circle, Choir and much more.

Children can participate in the Spiritual Exploration Program and families and all members are welcome to attend Family Friendly Fridays.

Those interested in social justice can become involved in our chapter of Canadian Unitarians for Social Justice.

Those interested in learning more about the broader Unitarian movement can attend regional, national and even international events by contacting our denominational affairs liaison.

You may consider becoming a member.  Because Unitarian Universalism is non-creedal, there are no professions of faith or pledges required before joining. The minister or a member of the Membership Committee will be happy to talk with you about UCM.  Above all, this is your spiritual journey and we want you to travel at your own pace and enjoy!


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