First Unitarian Universalist Church of Winnipeg
Welcome to our site - we are glad you are here! Ours is a vibrant, intentionally-inclusive community that welcomes you regardless of your gender identity, economic circumstance, sexual orientation, age, race, ethnicity, or national origin.
Sunday services are held year-round at 10:30 a.m., followed by refreshments and conversation. We have a dynamic program of Religious Exploration for children and youth, and child care is available. Information about getting here: Get here! Map, parking, transit, and bike information.
We welcome you, and look forward to sharing the adventure that is life and the spiritual journey. Feel free to Contact Us with questions or for further information.
Adieu et Merci, Nicoline
Thanks, Nicoline, for all the good work you've done here. We will miss you!
Here is a small gallery of photos taken on Rev. Nicoline's last Sunday in our pulpit, June 19, 2017. Click on any picture to start the slideshow.
7th Annual UU Summer Family Camp
New Dates: August 25 – 27
Please note that the dates for camp have changed from August 18-20, 2017 to August 25-27, 2017.
Fun for people of all ages
What to expect at Family Camp
- A wonderful intergenerational weekend of camping and hanging out • Make new friends - build community together
- Fun, music, games, FOOD!, swim, sing, worship, dance • Lots of activity (or not ) options for all ages – we go with the flow and weather
- Run by participants - coordinated by all – pitching in with meals and clean up
- Low cost
- Beautiful historic UU Camp Hnausa has a lodge with large kitchen, dining hall, massive deck, bathrooms and with lake front camping
- Only 30 minutes north of Gimli Manitoba
- Please complete your registration by the end of June
- Download the Registration Form (Word file) or the Registration form (PDF file)
We Welcome Our New Minister, Meghann Robern, MDiv
The First Unitarian Univeralist Church of Winnipeg is pleased to announce that Meghann Robern, MDiv, has accepted the calling to be our minister by a unanimous vote.
We are excited to start this venture with Meghann and her family in August 2017.
The Bridge – June 2017
Our time together is almost done. Only a few short steps remain before we all exit "the bridge" of this transition time and enter into a new series of realities. For you, this means the excitement of building relationship with your new settled minister, Meghann Robern. For me, it means leaving Winnipeg and beginning a new set of ministerial relationships closer to my home in Montreal.
For all of us, it means saying goodbye.
House Committee Update – We need your assistance please
Please talk to Liz Redston, Margaret Mooibroeck, Jo Johnson about any of these topics.
Please consider helping with simple garden care this summer. We need a few people to call on over the summer for weeding and watering. Super easy – we would call you when help is needed and then you come when it is convenient.
Calling All Sewers
The House Committee is looking for creative sewers for a couple of fun projects. Do you like to make quilted art projects or wall hangings, or simply like to sew? We have projects that could use your expertise and creativity: