Welcome to LUUC

DIVERSITY: We are diverse and we invite diversity of all kinds - ethnicity, age, point of view. Differences of opinion and life experiences, and of knowledge and beliefs, enrich us all and are welcome.

ON DOGMA, UNIVERSALS AND UNCERTAINTY: The Unitarian tradition comes from the spiritual need to re-evaluate dogma in a search for universals. Hence our affinity to universalism. Unitarian-Universalists ("UU's") propose, among other things, that the findings of science, the awareness of history, as well as personal experiences and reflections of individuals, all have a rightful place within what is true about the universe and our place in it. The healthy thirst for answers to hard questions is a necessity inherent to human maturation and to social development.

Upcoming Events:

Services are held Sunday mornings at 10:30 at 5065 Sherbrooke, Lachine.

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Check under "What's Happening" for details of our other events.

Highlights for June:

  • LUUC is currently on Summer Hiatus until September
  • Join us for our Summer BBQ's!

  • Summer BBQ's
  • Please bring food for yourself, some to share – and a lawn chair.

  • July 2nd: UU Estrie Annual Picnic
  • at the home of Uma Nigam, 14 Vaughan Rd in Canton de Hatley. Vaughan Rd is off the Capleton Rd. near the north edge of the village of North Hatley; Uma's home is across the bridge on the right. There will be a circle service on the lawn at some point, and a potluck picnic lunch for all. All are welcome.

  • August 5th: at the home of Susan Czarnocki in Lachine.
  • 4:30pm, call Susan for directions: 514-773-1117
  • A BBQ is available

  • August 26th: at the home of Natalie Hainaut in St. Lazare.
  • 3:00pm, call Natalie for directions: 514-433-8577
  • You’re welcome to bring your swimsuit for a dip in the spa and instruments for music by the fire!