Service Info

Gender in an Intersecting World

The Unitarian Universalist Sixth Principle calls us to come together to work for a world community with peace, liberty, and justice for all. This United Nations Sunday service will delve into what it means to be a world community in the context of intersectional gender … read more.

Our Whole Lives

For more details on the OWL Program
TRANSGENDER INCLUSION IN CONGREGATIONS A 6-SESSION ONLINE COURSE at KINGSTON UNITARIAN FELLOWSHIP This course is for individuals and groups who want to take their knowledge and skills to the next level in terms of trans identity and how to create congregations that are fully inclusive and affirming of the full breadth of gender diversity. Over six sessions you will deeply explore the intersection of trans identity, spirituality, and faith community, and gain the grounding, context, and skills to transform yourself and your congregation. Kingston Unitarian Fellowship is offering this incredible course online now at your own pace, with discussion groups taking place in the fall of 2019. To register for the course, please email Amy Findley, chair of the Welcoming Congregations sub-committee, re@kuf.ca

KUF Second Chance Sale

Please donate your cast-offs. Sale will be held October 26, 2019 at KUF (206 Concession St. Kingston ON) Contacts for more info or donations: Phone 613-544-8777 e-mail: info@kuf.ca Items not accepted:
  • Tires of any kind
  • Cribs
  • Expired child car seats
  • Torn/broken upholstered furniture
  • Any stained, ripped or torn fabric
  • Non-working appliances or mechanized items
  • Clothing over 5 years old unless truly vintage

Life long learner and seeker am I; yet I had not found a community that was a good fit, until one day. . .
I was attending a seasonal celebration with a group I had been associated with for a few years. We occasionally rented … read more.

Sandra W.

Since I joined KUF almost two years ago, I have been welcomed in the group as together we explore what spirituality is and engage in meaningful dialogue with each other. People have reached out to include and invite me to participate. With our fabulous new … read more.

Susan Y.

My partner and I came to the Unitarian movement because we are spiritual people who were craving a more permanent community. Somewhere our future children would spend time with elders, where we fed each other’s bodies, minds and spirits and where we stood for integrity, … read more.

Emily C.