As a liberal religious
congregation, the Unitarian Fellowship of Fredericton believes
everyone should have access to the benefits of ceremonies marking
important milestones in their lives. Since freedom is a basic
principle underlying the beliefs and practices of Unitarians, we
encourage the creation of ceremonies that will be as meaningful as
possible to the individual or individuals involved.
Types of services
Funerals and Memorial Services
Our Lay Chaplains,
Tony Fitzgerald and Deby Nash,
perform Rites of Passage for the
general public in the Fredericton area.
A Lay Chaplain is not a
minister of religion, but an active member of our congregation who
is appointed and trained to perform rites of passage.
Tony Fitzgerald was registered by the Province of New Brunswick to solemnize weddings
in April of 2012 and Deby Nash in September of 2016.
They are both members
of the Canadian Unitarian Universalist Lay Chaplains Association.
We offer our services
to everyone including to those who have not had a spiritual community
or no longer have one.