Our Mission:
The Unitarian Fellowship of Ottawa is a spiritual community of people with shared values and diverse beliefs.  We are guided by the warmth of love, the light of reason, and the call of justice. We come together to nurture meaning, hope, and reverence for the earth as we pursue a more just and compassionate world.

We are ...

A congregation for those who appreciate all that a spiritual community has to offer, but who need the freedom to think for themselves;

A welcoming space for spiritual exploration and development ... we accept that your path is your own, and that you must follow it in your own way;

A centre for deep thought and philosophical inquiry ... our weekly services touch both the mind and the heart;

A gathering of compassionate and well-informed individuals working together to create a better world for all;

A "church home" where we share the joys and sorrows of our lives with one another, and where we are all supported throughout life's crises, celebrations and passages.  

We seek ... We offer ... Inspiration, Community, and Energy!

"For me UUFO provides a caring and accepting community and tacit encouragement as I explore my human journey."

                     --- Dave, Fellowship member


Saturday, April 19 UU Meditation
10 am – noon. Unitarian Fellowship. Open to all; meditation sessions are free of charge. Tea and light refreshments are available; you can also bring some to share. Please arrive 15 minutes before the scheduled session. Information: Evangeline or Dave.

le 24 avril à 19 h  CÉLÉBRATION EN FRANÇAIS
“Spiritualité et diversité culturelle”
Invité : Gustavo Gottret
Les racines de l’Église unitarienne universaliste sont chrétiennes. Elle s’est ouverte à travers son histoire, et accepte toute personne de principes humanistes, qu’elle soit croyante ou non. Du point de vue spirituel, elle ne nie pas non plus la contribution de sources religieuses non nécessairement chrétiennes. Parmi celles-ci, il y en a qui sont fortement institutionnalisées. D’autres, peu ou pas institutionnalisées, moins connues et bien plus diverses, font partie de la vie des peuples autochtones. Nous partagerons un regard concernant la vie spirituelle de ces derniers.  Bienvenue à tous et toutes.

Saturday, May 3 Tribute to Pete Seeger
7 pm.  Unitarian Fellowship, 400 McArthur Avenue.  All are welcome to join us for a screening of the film "Pete Seeger and the Power of Song", followed by a singalong of Pete's most beloved songs.  Admission by donation, proceeds to ArtsCan Circle http://www.artscancircle.ca/.  For more information about our event, Click here

Monday, May 5 Book Discussion: My Journey by Olivia Chow

1:30 – 3:30. Unitarian Fellowship. Facilitated by June

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