The Unitarian Fellowship of Kelowna is a non-creedal, theologically liberal religious community. We work for justice, equity and compassion in human relations, honour each individual’s search for truth and meaning, and encourage respect and reverence for the natural world we all share. We welcome and celebrate all people regardless of religious or cultural background, physical or mental ability, and gender identity or sexual orientation.
Our fellowship was formed in 1965 and in September of 1994 we moved to our current building located at 1310 Bertram Street in downtown Kelowna. In December of 2006 Rev. Linda Weaver Horton was formally invited and accepted the position of two-third time settled ministry with our Fellowship.
OUR MISSION STATEMENT
Our mission is to foster a diverse and caring spiritual community celebrating individual freedom of religious thought, sharing a commitment to social justice and to the reverence and enrichment of all life.
Sunday services begin at 10:25am. Regular services are held every week from September to the end of June. Children and Youth Religious Exploration programs are available. In the summer we enjoy small group “circles” which also begin at 10:25am.