Calendar of events

Here you will find all of our congregation’s Sunday Services, Board and Committee meetings and other events. Use the calendar controls to see events for past or future dates. For a quick look at recent Sunday Services, click here!

Sarah Kendall “Finding Enough Strength”
Oct 29 @ 10:00 am – 11:00 am
Sarah Kendall "Finding Enough Strength"

Author Sarah Kendall shares wisdom learned reclaiming her life after a stroke. Discover what her journey has to teach us all.

Sarah Kendall is the author of a book of poetry “Let me show you chocolate lilies”.

Peter Scales “What if the birds all die? Rachel Carson and “Silent Spring””
Nov 5 @ 10:00 am – 11:00 am
Peter Scales "What if the birds all die? Rachel Carson and "Silent Spring""

In September 1962 — 45 years ago — American marine biologist Rachel Carson published “Silent Spring,” an argument against the pesticide DDT and other synthetic pesticides. Carson’s work led to the banning of DDT, the creating of the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), and to kick-starting environmentalism in North America. We owe the Unitarian 7th principle in part to Rachel Carson. How could one slim book make such a dramatic impact? Come and hear!

Colin Nelson “Inequality & Inequity”
Nov 12 @ 10:00 am – 11:00 am
Colin Nelson “Inequality & Inequity”

Colin has spent several years in developing countries, Antigua (West Indies), Palestine, Mexico, Honduras, Peru, Guatemala and 10 times in Tanzania. He has come to some conclusions about the causes and possible cure of poverty in the so-called developing countries — particularly in Sub-Saharan Africa. He would like to present his ideas to you, and looks forward to your input and corrections if you do not agree, and reassurance if you do agree with him. All input welcome in the forum.

Nicole Tremblay “LGBTQ2 Seniors – through the ages”
Nov 19 @ 10:00 am – 11:00 am
Nicole Tremblay “LGBTQ2 Seniors - through the  ages”

We will discuss what life was like for LGBTQ2 seniors in decades past and how this shapes their fears and needs as they age. I will also talk about my experience in the health care system advocating for more inclusive and affirming services for LGBTQ2 seniors.

Nicole has master’s degrees in social work and public administration. She has worked with individuals and families across the lifespan supporting personal growth and systems change. She worked for the past 12 year at Island Health – 10 as a Clinical Educator.

Christine Johnson “Lotta Hitchmanova”
Nov 26 @ 10:00 am – 11:00 am
Christine Johnson "Lotta Hitchmanova"

Learn more about the founder of the Unitarian Service Committee of Canada in celebration of her November 28th birthday.

Christine is a member of First Unitarian Church of Victoria and a Canadian Unitarian Council Knight Award recipient.