Service Info

Singing Our Way Through

When the first lock-down happened just over a year ago now, back in March 2020, singer-songwriter and UU community minister Wendy Luella Perkins pivoted her in-person singing meditation practice, Soulful Singing, to an online one. She has been singing every morning with folks since then … read more.

Coming Up ONLINE at KUF: Online Sunday Services

Fall is here, and that means our regular Sunday Services have resumed online! Share in the online community that we’ve been working to build since the spring.
Check your weekly Minilinks newsletter for full service details and for information on how to join in.
Visitors are also welcome at our weekly 10:30am Sunday service via this link:
If you would like more information about KUF, Unitarian Universalism, or if you have any issues accessing our Sunday gatherings please reach out to the KUF Administrative Office at

Child Haven Benefit – Zoom Party, May 7,2021

The May 7, 2021 KUF benefit for Child Haven is a Zoom party from 7 to 8:30 pm, with music, stories and slides from the homes, a silent auction of beautiful fair trade Indian handicrafts and a welcoming Bollywood dancing lesson from Kuljit Sodhi. Register for $35 for the event and make a donation on the Child Haven site,
*Child Haven is Revenue Canada Charitable # 11885 1922 RR0001
*See for Child Haven’s latest newsletters and a preview the ‘21 Needs List.

KUF COVID-19 Update

KUF COVID-19 Update 
September 16, 2020 Update –
After looking at the results of our recent congregational survey (about 60% said they would not attend in-person) and in consultation with Rev. Beckett and others, the Board has made the decision to remain together online until the end of December.
This has been an uncertain time and the Board felt that we should and need to look after all our members. We believe that the Sunday service committee can continue to provide amazing gatherings online for us.  We do hope that we can add more social gatherings and perhaps small group ministry this fall.
Please reach out to or Rev. Beckett or myself if you are in need of anything.  Our community is here to support everyone.
By being separate we are showing our respect and caring of each other.
Stay safe
Cindy Dunning, President


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.