All services are on Sunday mornings at 10:30 a.m. unless otherwise noted.

February 10th: How Much False Witness Can We Bear?

Service Leader: Rev. Stefan Jonasson
Service Coordinator: Odell Havsdotter

According to author Damian Thompson, counterknowledge is "misinformation packaged to look like fact – packaged so effectively, indeed, that the twenty-first century is facing a pandemic of credulous thinking." As barefaced lies have been rebranded as "alternative facts," we may have reached a tipping point in the spread of misinformation and willful disinformation.


  • 187 It Sounds Along the Ages (Hymn of the Month)
  • 119 Once to Every Soul and Nation
  • 145 As Tranquil Streams

February 17th: The Meth Crisis: When Addiction is Created by Socio-Economic Change

Service Speaker: Jim Silver
Service Leader:  The Social Justice Team
Service Coordinator:  MC Ziegler

Join us as Jim Silver discusses how 40 years of socio-economic and technological revolution have led to many changes, including Winnipeg's skyrocketing meth addiction problem, and considers what the solutions might be.

Jim Silver is a Professor in the UW's Urban and Inner-City Studies Department at Merchants Corner on Selkirk Avenue.  Jim was pivotal in the transformation of the old Merchants Hotel into Merchants Corner. He teaches, speaks and publishes extensively on anti-poverty strategies, education and inner-city renewal.

February 24th: In My Sanctified Imagination

Service Leader: Rev. Meghann Robern
Service Coordinator: Marian Siemens

The Rev. Dr. Wil Gafney teaches us that the sanctified imagination “tells the story behind the story, the story between the lines on the page.” In this worship service we will lift up her scholarship reclaiming the feminine power of divinity and the perspective of women in the Hebrew scriptures.


  • It Sounds Along the Ages (Hymn of the Month)
  • 1043 How Could Anyone
  • 212 We Are Dancing Sarah’s Circle

Theme-Based Ministry

What is it?

Theme-based ministry is a new way of doing church and faith development that brings Unitarian Universalists together across differences of life experience, age, or beliefs. It’s a way of helping us focus and deepen, both in our spiritual lives, and in our connections to one another.

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Monthly Theme Discussion Groups

Would you like to connect with others once a month, getting to know one another as you explore perspectives on the monthly theme? Small groups help congregants form relationships with others, while engaging with our theme.  

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