In the context of the 2020 coronavirus pandemic and current Public Health authority directives, Lakeshore is now holding services on-line using the Zoom application.
A much anticipated and long-standing tradition is the June service organized, scripted and led by the youth of our congregation. We look forward to their creativity, energy, thoughtfulness.
Our dear Minister Emeritus Fred Cappuccino returns to weave tales of humour & insight for our great edification.
The world as we’d like to imagine it once this pandemic is over. What are the things we want to let go of from this time and what are the things we’d like to keep?
Reverend Terre Balof, who serves as the Minister of the UU Fellowship of Clemson, South Carolina will speak about her efforts of building an interfaith anti anti-racism coalition in her area and how the efforts are touching both the personal and the community at large.
The Reverend Galen Guengerich believes that we have outgrown the concept of a supernatural God, so we no longer need one, yet we still need religion to give us a sense of common community and ethics and morality.
What if Unitarians were to rewrite the 23rd Psalm – what imagery would you propose that brings you comfort? Where, currently are you looking for comfort – and where are you finding it? Make a few notes on bringing comfort – Unitarian style.
What does Easter mean to Unitarians this year? A survey of our members reveals that in other years the Easter tradition means family gatherings, celebrations of spring and Easter egg hunts for the children.
This year finds us connected by computer and telephone locked down in … read more.
After the success in quality and quantity (40 attendees) of our first Sunday Service on Zoom, 29 March 2020, services will be held regularly on Zoom until the effective end of the coronavirus pandemic lock-down is over.
Using a term from the art and … read more.