This year Unity will be held online for free on Friday, August 6, 2021 from 7:00 pm to 10:00 pm (EST) and Saturday, August 7, 2021 from 11:00 am to 7:00 pm (EST).
Unity will feature Keynote speakers, breakout sessions, a Bishops' panel and fellowship.
Should COVID-19 restrictions be lifted in person events may be held in each Eparchy across Canada.
Register by August 2nd, 2021.
The goal is to arm young adults with the tools needed to deepen their faith amidst the turbulence of modern life. As society becomes more reliant on technology and instant gratification, we believe in the importance of centering one’s life around Jesus and His teachings. Unity 2021 provides the opportunity to show young adults the importance of building a faith community around themselves and being a part of a vibrant church where they are free to be children of God.
Too often today, it is seen as uncool to be Christian and our organizing committee is dedicated to engaging young leaders across the country, and to facilitating open dialogue about what it means to be a Christian in today's society. We hope to enable our participants to become stewards of God's Word in their lives and leaders in their communities.
Unity is a national gathering of Ukrainian Catholic young adults (18 to 35 years of age) to further understand, embrace and celebrate the Ukrainian Catholic faith through prayer, education and fellowship. Unity promotes and strengthens Ukrainian Catholic religious life and social outreach through faith-based activities and workshops.
Unity has been held across Canada since 1996, with hundreds of young adults from across the country being enriched by the experience. This meaningful weekend offers spiritual guidance, community service, and opportunities to deepen one's faith through catechetical enrichment.
Unity 2021 is being hosted by the Eparchy of Toronto and Eastern Canada and planned by a committee made up of members involved in Youth and Young Adult Ministry from across Canada.
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