The Canadian Unitarian Universalist Women’s Association (CUUWA) is a UU women’s organization with specific goals: to raise awareness about women’s history, rituals, and perspectives, through training, communication, celebration and many resources. The full mission statement and vision can be found on our About page.
We have two major events each year. The first is an International Women’s Day Service, and the second is the CUUWA Annual Tea and General Meeting.
The Canadian Unitarian and Universalist Women’s Association (CUUWA) invites all congregations across Canada to celebrate International Women’s Day on one of the Sundays close to March 8, IWD, each year. It is our goal to have IWD services in all congregations. Will you help us achieve this goal of promoting awareness of gender equality and women’s issues? We offer IWD theme packages and other service outlines.
The 2021 theme will be Sacred Space. Our call for submissions for a creative project related to this theme can be found here.
The 2020 International Women’s Day Worship and Study Package on “Wisdom” is available as a free download.
The 2019 International Women’s Day Service Packet, on the theme of “Journey,” is still available.
Every two years, when the CUC Conference is held, we hold a Tea and Annual General Meeting during Conference weekend. In the other years, we meet online by Zoom for a structured conversation and AGM.
Please note that our in-person gathering, scheduled for May 17, 2020, was cancelled. Instead, we met on Zoom for a virtual “Cuppa and Conversation” on June 27, 2020. We are planning a virtual gathering in June 2021, as well.
Our last in-person gathering was the 2018 Annual Gathering in Hamilton on May 20th was a superb event. Check out the details.
Want to learn more about the CUUWA?
Visit the CUUWA Facebook page – it is public so there is no need to be a Facebook User. Feel free to post articles of interest to all.
The CUUWA brochure is now posted under About Us.
The CUUWA is associated with the Canadian Unitarian Council.