Welcome to the Unitarian Congregation of Guelph

The Unitarian Congregation of Guelph welcomes you, whoever you are, whatever your religious beliefs, abilities, ethnicities and sexual orientation.

We are a diverse community who come together to explore important life questions, support each other in living with purpose and meaning, and work toward peace and justice.

We are not bound by a set creed or dogma, but guided by Unitarian Universalist Principles and Sources.

We have been recognized as a Welcoming Congregation.

So if you are searching for a spiritual community where there is freedom of religious thought, spiritual growth, hope and inspiration, welcome!

Upcoming Services and Special Events

Sunday, Feb. 25, 2018
  10:30am -
Unitunz Band

Feb 25 - Nurturing Our Spiritual Growth Through Music

Service Leaders: Unitunz Musical Band

Throughout our lives we encounter many opportunities for growth. Many of us are fortunate that we have opportunities to share this path with an incredibly diverse group of companions. The Unitunz music ensemble has been making music together for over ten years, challenging each other to create spiritually inspiring services built on a musical platform. Today we will present some of our favourite highlights from the past and share with you some of our stories from being part of this group… how its has both challenged and nurtured our spiritual growth. Come prepared to sing along, clap your hands and stomp your feet… we’ll be sure to warm your hearts and, hopefully, inspire your growth!

Sunday, Mar. 11, 2018
  10:30am -
Martha Savage

March 11: Coping and Compassion

Speaker: Martha Savage

We all cope with the stresses and strains of life in our own ways. Take time to consider how we come by those strategies and how we choose which to use in a given situation. By understanding how this decision process is impacted by issues like socio-economic factors, mental health and addictions we can cultivate greater compassion for ourselves and others.

Martha Savage, a member of our congregation, combines personal experience with mental illness with a professional perspective as a psychiatrist (medical doctor specializing in mental health) to provide compassionate, respectful and hopeful insight into the lived experience of mental illness.

Sunday, Mar. 18, 2018
  10:30am -
Karen Balcolm and Natalie Adamyk

March 18: #metoo

Speakers: Karen Balcolm and Natalie Adamyk

In this talk, an older feminist (Karen Balcom) and a younger feminist (Natalie Adamyk) look at the current #metoo movement in the context of feminist history and contemporary changes for Canadian women.

Karen Balcom is a member of this congregation and works as an Associate Professor of History and Gender Studies and Feminist Research at McMaster University.

Natalie Adamyk is an MA student in Gender Studies and Feminist Research at McMaster University


The Unitarian Congregation of Guelph -- Phone: 519-836-3443
122 Harris Street, Guelph, Ontario, Canada, N1E 5T1


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