Welcome from the Comox Valley Unitarians!

 We are a progressive, multigenerational spiritual community.

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Unitarians believe we grow spiritually over our lifetimes, so we provide a safe place to come and explore what you believe and how you want to live your lives. Whichever sources we each draw from for our inspiration, we share common values and principles as a community. We have a common purpose and work together to make our world a more just, compassionate and caring place. Human beings are part of the web of life on this planet. We celebrate human diversity from sexual orientation, gender identity, culture, ability, income, opinion and belief. We welcome you just as you are.

This is a place to Nourish your Spirit and to Help Heal the World. Come join us! 

One World Chant and Meditation

Saturday December 14 @ 5pm. In the Hall.

Meditation, chants, and short readings from the various spiritual traditions, this contemplative gathering is co-hosted with Comox United Church, Comox Valley Unitarian Fellowship  and the Comox Valley Unity Church.

First Sunday Gathering

Sunday, December  1 @ 4 pm in the hall.

This month's topic: Belonging

Second Sunday Gathering

Sunday, December 8 @ 4 pm in the hall.

This month's topic: Belonging

 

Third Sunday Gathering

Sunday, December 15 @ 4 pm in the hall.

This month's topic: Belonging

 

Taizé service

Saturday October 26 @ 5pm.

With Arlene Bell and Peggy Zimmerman. This Christian prayer service with readings, songs and silence, is co-sponsored by Comox United Church and the Comox Valley Unitarian Fellowship.

Please enter the building through the right-hand side entrance off the lower parking lot. 

Fourth Sunday Gathering

Sunday November 24 @ 4pm in the main hall.

TED Talk  - facilitator Rachel McBryan

What is your purpose or mission in life? This question goes well beyond simply what we do as a job and occupies our entire life. Join us as we watch a short video on finding your mission in life, and then discuss what that means in our own lives together.

This month's topic: Purpose

 

November Issue of About Us CVUF Newsletter

Volume 28 Number 3We respectfully acknowledge that we meet on the unceded traditional territory of the K'ómoks First Nation. Monthly Theme for November - PURPOSE The Comox Valley Unitarians’ Community GatheringsWe gather as a community weekly, at 250 Beach Drive in...

Local action gets national attention with the Canadian Unitarian Council

Canadian Unitarian Council has included a mention of the great social action done locally in its most recent June 18,2019 Issue 95. Here's the article in full. Four municipalities in British Columbia’s Comox Valley have agreed to declare a climate crisis, spurred in...

Presentation: CVUF members make request for State of Climate Emergency

May Partridge presented to Courtenay Council, May 21st, the request a State of Climate Emergency be declared. This presentation follows an earlier presentation in the month to Comox Council by Steve Faraher-Amidon and Mike Bell. May did a phenomenal job speaking on...

Presentation: Breathe Clean Air shares action recommendations to City Council

Social and Environmental  Justice: Breathe Clean Air Comox Valley presents Air Quality action recommendations Where:  Courtenay City Council,  830 Cliff Avenue, Courtenay, BC. When: 4 pm   June 10th, 2019 Why: Climate Change and Health to Improve and protect our Air...

Ecochallenge Success – 2nd in Canada !

Being challenged to learn and act on climate change solutions, 48 members of the Comox Valley Unitarians, Comox United Church & Friends Drawdown Ecochallenge Team placed 2nd in Canada and 25th internationally. There were 1,054 teams and 14,102 participants and we...

For Pete’s Sake: An Inspiring Success

For Pete's Sake: An Inspiring Success 01 MARCH, 2016 FRIDAY PM "If I've got a talent, it's for picking the right song at the right time for the right audience. And I can always seem to get people to sing with me."   Pete Seeger 1964 If the March 1 "For Pete's Sake"...

Join The International Drawdown Challenge with us.

Feel despair about climate change?  The CVUF Social Justice folks believe that the antidote to despair is action and community!   Lets do the the international Drawdown Ecochallenge !  Its from April 3 - 24th.   The Drawdown EcoChallenge is a 21-day...

For Pete’s Sake: Fundraiser Gallery

For Pete's Sake.  Fundraiser Gallery Friday March 1 2019          Events, news and upcoming Gatherings are listed in our monthly newsletter. Let us know if you want to be added to the  distribution list here. facebooktwitterinstagramyoutube

Social Action News: Comox Council by-law changed

Good news on the Social Action Environmental Justice front as Comox Council has passed a bylaw ensuring that new construction not have wood stoves as a heating source. This is a huge step in the right direction for our health and health of the environment as wood...

Success: Coldest Night of the Year Fundraiser 2019

Amidst rain, wind and cold, approximately 450 brave souls walked February 23rd, Saturday eve in support of the Coldest Night of the Year, End Homelessness campaign.The walkers weathered the evening to well exceed the approximate $70,000 goal! Congrats to our CVUF...

Live your deepest values out loud!

Listen to what makes Unitarian spiritual community special and why people from varying worldviews, cultures and lifestyles gather together in larger and small gatherings to participate.

Our Common Principles


Unitarians believe each person has a right to decide for themselves what they believe. Rather than holding common beliefs, we are guided by seven principles:

 

  • The inherent worth and dignity of every person;
  • justice, equity and compassion in human relations;
  • acceptance of one another and encouragement to spiritual growth in our congregations;
  • a free and responsible search for truth and meaning;
  • the right of conscience and the use of the democratic process within our congregations and in society at large;
  • the goal of world community with peace, liberty, and justice for all;
  • respect for the interdependent web of all existence of which we are a part.
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Comox Valley Unitarian Fellowship


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