The Lake Winnipeg Unitarian Congregations consist of two historic
liberal churches, the Arborg Unitarian Church and the Gimli
Unitarian Church, serving Unitarian Universalists in the towns of
Arborg and Riverton and the Municipalities of Bifrost and Gimli, an
area commonly known as "New Iceland.
At Arborg, our congregation gathers for worship on the first and
third Sunday of each month, 11:00 a.m., from mid-September until
the end of June. A children's program is offered at the same time.
Our Arborg church is located at the corner of Inglolfs Steet and
River Road. Parking is available along Ingolfs Street.
At Gimli, our summer congregation gathers for worship on the "odd
Sundays" of July and August (first, third and fifth) at 11:00 a.m. Our
Gimli church is located on Second Avenue just east of Centre Street.
There is ample parking in the public lot across the street from the
Unitarian Universalism affirms that "the marks of true religion are
spiritual freedom, enlightened reason, broad and tolerant sympathy,
upright character, and unselfish service." We place greater emphasis
on working principles rather than doctrines and beliefs.
Consequently, Unitarian Universalist congregations around the
world are home to liberal Christians, religious humanists, theists
Lake Winnipeg Unitarian Congregations - P.O. Box 1102, Arborg, Manitoba R0C 0A0
n Arborg Unitarian Church - Ingolfs Street at River Road, Arborg, Manitoba
n Gimli Unitarian Church - Second Avenue at Centre Street, Gimli, Manitoba
n Hnausa Unitarian Chapel & Camp - P.T.H. 222, one km. south of Highway 68, Hnausa, Manitoba