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We are staying connected and well during the pandemic. Our physical site is closed for now due to COVID-19. Our church minister and members are keeping the spirit of Northwest alive through weekly Sunday Services on Zoom.


Please stay tuned for more services in September. Have a safe and wonderful summer!
























Letter of Invitation to become a member of UFNWT


If you have found a spiritual home in our congregation, we invite you to deepen your connection to this faith community by becoming a member. We are delighted you have chosen to join with us on Sunday Zoom Services , and we invite you to participate in all of our Sunday Services and events, whether or not you are interested or ready for full membership. If you are ready for membership, we are ready to welcome you to the benefits and responsibilities of membership at the Unitarian Fellowship of Northwest Toronto.

The decision to become a member is an emotional and a spiritual commitment, but it is also a physical and financial commitment. By giving your physical presence (your time and energy) and your financial support to the Congregation, you will demonstrate your commitment to help this community thrive, grow and transform lives.

Yes, you can become a member while we operate online; contact our Membership Chair, Daphne Walters or Rev. Pat Trudeau [patrudeau@hotmail.com].


Membership at Northwest

When you become a member of Northwest, you are welcomed into a community that pledges to support the principles of Unitarian Universalism. These principles are not a declaration of faith; they are a covenant of relationship, expressing how we want to relate to one another and to the wider world. At a New Member Joining Ceremony, you would confirm your support for the same principles.

When you become a member of Northwest, you become a vital part of our spiritual and social community and may participate in the decision-making that determines the future of the congregation.


In faith

Daphne Walters and Rev Pat Trudeau.