Social Responsibility and Social Action are a major concern of Canadian Unitarian congregations. Unitarians have been at the forefront of many social programs, and are currently involved in projects ranging from Economic Justice to Choices in Dying to environmental concerns.
UUFK’s Social & Environmental Action Committee (SEA) monitors local and national issues and keeps our congregation focused on what matters most.
Our past projects include — Preparing bimonthly hampers for a family in need and annually helping to pack Christmas hampers; donations of clothing and personal care items to Elizabeth Fry Society; collecting donations for USC Canada’s Nepal Recovery Fund; quilt making for Haitian orphanage; and providing meals for people in need in association with other community groups.
Images of UU Kamloops at 2016 Peace Walk