Our campus is currently closed, but we are not.

We are providing many virtual ways to worship, connect, and learn during this time.

If you are able to join us by video using your computer, tablet or smart phone:

Worship Service, Sundays at 10:30 am (YouTube streaming) FirstUnitarianToronto.org/watchSunday
Worship Service, Sundays at 10:30 am (Zoom, with coffee time) FirstUnitarianToronto.org/zoomSunday
Time for All Ages, Sundays at 10:00 am (Zoom) FirstUnitarianToronto.org/zoomStory
Vespers Service, Wednesdays at 7:45 pm (Zoom) FirstUnitarianToronto.org/zoomVespers
Informal gathering, Thursdays at 7:45 pm (Zoom) FirstUnitarianToronto.org/zoomThursday
   Note: YouTube streaming may be slightly delayed.

If you prefer to join us by listening on your phone:

Call 647-374-4685 (Toronto; for other locations, try one of these other phone numbers).

When you are prompted, please enter the Meeting ID and Participant ID from the following table:
  Meeting ID Participant ID
Sunday Service at 10:30 am   578 891 309#   #
Time for All Ages: Sunday at 10 am  984 445 944#  #
Vespers Service: Wednesday at 7:45 pm  834 032 956 69#  #
Informal gathering: Thursday at 7:45 pm  771 272 526#  #

Ways of connecting to our online services:

Think Of Visiting Us?

As much of the world—and Toronto, specifically—prepares for the possibility of outbreaks of the virus, the leadership of our congregation has begun to consider what steps our community can take to support everyone’s health and well-being.

Though the current risk in our city is very low, for the foreseeable future, when at First we encourage you to refrain from direct physical contact to the degree possible; that means we’ll endeavour to replace handshakes and hugs with bows and nods. And, of course, if you’re experiencing active symptoms that include a fever or cough, we ask that you participate in the service via our YouTube live-stream rather than attending Sunday service in person.

Should the situation eventually grow more severe in Toronto, we will consider other ways to support and sustain the life of our congregation while allowing for the social distancing that public health authorities may tell us is necessary to curb the spread of infections. In the meantime, let us wash our hands thoroughly and often—as a spiritual practice.

Read Shawn Newton's March 8, 2020 sermon Love in a Time of Covid-19.