In this time of great uncertainty, our building is closed and we are not holding any in-person gatherings, but we will be holding services online, with three gatherings each week.

As the 10:30 am Sunday service begins, we will invite you to light a chalice or candle at home. If you have Joys or Sorrows you’d like for the ministers to lift up during the service, please send them to our ministers by email.

To connect and listen to the service on your mobile phone, tap on the phone number that best matches your location (you may have to enter "#" twice):

To listen on your home phone, dial one of those numbers, and when prompted enter the Meeting ID "578891309#" then "#".

For an audiovisual experience on your computer or mobile phone, which will allow you to comment in the Joys & Concerns and attend a version of coffee hour after the service, please go to zoom.us/j/578891309.

We may have limited capacity for the number of telephone and audiovisual participants. If you find that aren't able to join, and/or if you just want to see and hear the service, please stream it on YouTube at www.youtube.com/user/firstunitarianTO.


We will also hold two informal audiovisual gatherings each week. These sessions are open to all who wish to gather for a chalice lighting, a meditation reading, shared silence, and then a time for check-in and conversation.


 

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Feeling at Home at First

The best way to truly feel at home here is to get involved in the life of the congregation. You can do that is by joining one of the many small groups or committees in the congregation. Small groups meet regularly, always welcome newcomers, and include a time to share your perspective with others. They are always large enough for an interesting discussion but intimate enough to get to know everyone well.

Newcomer Orientation

A friendly Newcomer Orientation takes place the first Sunday of every of month at 11:45 am in the Board Room. It’s a chance to share a cup of coffee, learn more about our congregation and ask any questions you may have.

Ideas, Concerns or Other Feedback

Whenever you have a Great Idea about anything relating to the life of our congregation — don’t hide your light under a bushel! Our community is the sum of our members’ best ideas. Check the list of key people in our Who’s Who section to determine who should hear it — or just ask the office volunteer for the best person to speak with.