Greetings from UUEstrie, a liberal spiritual community that first gathered in the village of North Hatley back in 1886, as the First Universalist Church of North Hatley.

Join us Sundays at 10:30am for our weekly service.

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Online via Zoom – Rachel Garber & Adele Ernstrom, “Write for Rights”

An invitation to participate in Amnesty International Advocacy for social justice. We will learn about selected cases where human rights are being denied, and write letters advocating for justice. Drafts of letters are provided.


Une invitation à participer à l’événement d’Amnesty International pour plaider pour la justice sociale. Pour certains cas de violation des droits de l’homme, nous rédigerons des lettres en faveur de la justice. Des brouillons de lettres sont fournis.

December 5 @ 10:30 am

(In-person) Church clean-up.

In place of the service, we will gather to clean up and discard items that were damaged from a recent hot water heater break in the church.

The board of directors are working to get the damage repaired and the hot water heater replaced. In the meantime we need to go through the items and discard those that are permanently damaged. Anyone who is willing and able to join us to help in the cleanup is welcome.

Please note our Covid-19 guidelines for in-person services at https://uuestrie.ca/covid-19-guidelines/

November 21 @ 10:30 am


DATE – Saturday Nov. 20, 2021, 7:00 – 8:30 p.m.
This year, incorporating all of Quebec and the Maritimes !
• We will have a live dance performance by our Kaliyampoondi Child Haven children
• We will have a virtual tour of the Child Haven Homes with Tour Guide Robin
• We will have an online auction of treasures from India, Nepal, Tibet and Bangladesh
opens at 10 a.m. Nov 11th and closes at 10 p.m. on Nov 20th
Great way to support our Child Haven children and find gifts for yourself – and others!
Buy an event “ticket” ($45 per person, or as much as you wish to donate) at the link on the Child Haven website https://childhaven.ca/fundraiser_montreal_2021.html and then on the Donate button.
You will receive a tax receipt for 100% of your donation and you will get an email or telephone call with the Zoom invitation link a few days before the event.
November 20 @ 7:00 pm

Online Via Zoom – Congregational discussion on the proposed 8th Principle (With Crystle Reid and Ryan Frizzell)

On November 27, delegates will vote at a Special Meeting of CUC members on the adoption of a new 8th Principle.

“We, the member congregations of the Canadian Unitarian Council, covenant to affirm and promote:

Individual and communal action that accountably dismantles racism and systemic barriers to full inclusion in ourselves and our institutions”

We are holding a congregational discussion at our Sunday Service so that delegates from UUEstrie can better vote on behalf or our community and to share the work of the Dismantling Racism Study group that led to it’s creation.

November 14 @ 10:30 am

(In-person) All Souls – Remembrance of lost loved ones

An ancient Celtic tradition describes this time of year as when “the veil between the two worlds is thinnest”. In this service we encourage everyone to share a personal testimony about someone important to them who has passed away in the recent past.

Please note our Covid-19 guidelines for in-person services at https://uuestrie.ca/covid-19-guidelines/

November 7 @ 10:30 am

(In-person) HALLOWEEN, with/avec Crystle Reid & Mary Ann McCarron

For Halloween! People can come disguised (if you want) and Crystle will arrange some games and we could go for a walk outside.

Pour Halloween ! Les gens peuvent venir déguisés (si vous le souhaitez) et Crystle organisera des jeux et nous pourrons nous promener à l’extérieur.

Please be sure to note our Covid-19 guidelines for in-person services.

Covid-19 Guidelines

October 31 @ 10:30 am