Youth are invited and welcome to attend online worship on Sunday mornings, followed by fellowship in small groups (zoom break-out rooms). Please visit our Zoom Connections page for the current zoom invitation.

Being online this year provides an opportunity to form larger groups and make connections with UU Youth across the western region of our Canadian Unitarian Council, or CUC. All of the options below are open to UU youth in Alberta, Saskatchewan, Manitoba, and Thunder Bay. Winnipeg youth should register using the form below; information about how to connect will then be sent by email.


Thursday evenings

Cosmic Connections, with Ilara Stefaniuk-Gaudet (Westwood)

Thursdays 8:00 p.m., on Discord

Youth decide what to do in the moment: Minecraft, board games, etc. Westwood has their own Minecraft server; board games are usually played on Board Games Arena.
Information about how to connect will be sent to registered youth.


First Sunday

Popcorn Theology, with Sheila MacMaster (Calgary) and Andrea James (Winnipeg)

3:00 p.m. – 6:00 p.m. on Zoom, (end time will vary, depending on length of movie)

Watch a movie online then explore how it connects to your values, oppression, resilience, truth, privilege, justice, and more.

Movies: Zootopia; Hotel Rwanda; Moana; A Wrinkle in Time; The Hunger Games; GATTACA; Gandhi; Bruce Almighty

Information about how to connect will be sent to registered youth.

Second Sunday

A Chorus of Faiths, with Sheila MacMaster (Calgary)

3:00-4:00 p.m. on Zoom

Youth deepen their Unitarian Universalist identity and faith as they discover our rich history of interfaith effort and learn practical leadership and organizing skills such as dialogue facilitation and storytelling to build understanding.

Information about how to connect will be sent to registered youth.

Third Sunday

Super Group, with Saskatoon Youth Advisors

5:00-6:00 p.m. on Zoom; begins November 15th

Youth will determine what their focus will be, with support from Saskatoon Youth Advisors.

Information about how to connect will be sent to registered youth.

Fourth Sunday

Religions, with Sheila MacMaster (Calgary)

3:00-4:00 p.m., on Zoom

Explore one world religion per month.

September – Judaism

October – Wicca

November – Hindu

December – Christian

Information about how to connect will be sent to registered youth.

Fifth Sunday

There are no shared plans on the rare fifth Sunday.


HalloUUeen Con – ages 12 to 19

October 24, 2020

11:00 am – 7:00 pm on Zoom

Canadian youth from across the country are welcome to join this one-day online event in the tradition of the Western Regional Fall Gathering Youth Con. The program is open to all Canadian youth (ages 12-19) and advisors (ages 25 and up).

This will be a time for us to dress up, find some connection and distraction, and be silly together. And at the same time, we will honour the sacredness of this time of year, when the veil between the worlds is thinnest, and connections with our ancestors and those who have passed on are more present. There will be games, small groups to bond with, and of course, inspiring youth-led worship. Together we will find the perfect balance of acknowledging the times we are living through with plain old fUUn – the kind that UU youth do best!

Fee: $10-$20-$30-$40 sliding scale, with “other” payment option.

Only those who have registered and paid by the October 18 deadline will receive the Zoom link for the event.

For more information and to register, visit the CUC HalloUUeen Con page.

CanUUdle – ages 14-19

Presumably May 21-24, 2021. In Halifax, NS or online


Youth must be registered in our RE program to attend.

Register Here