Canadian Unitarian Council

Unitarianism » Canadian Unitarian Council

The Canadian Unitarian Council (CUC) is the governing/administrative body for all Unitarian (Unitarian Universalist) congregations in Canada. Although there are only 5000 Unitarians in Canada, there are churches and Fellowships from coast to coast! The largest congregations are found in Vancouver, Ottawa and Toronto.

While each congregation is “autonomous” in running its own affairs, they pay annual dues to the CUC to promote unity across Canada, provide a common voice in national and social affairs, create opportunities to meet with other Unitarians through workshops and conferences, offer leadership training and other educational opportunities, and many other services.

More information at www.cuc.ca