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.
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.
Michael has been studying all beliefs and religions; but wonders:
Have any of us changed in the last few years & how would we know for sure – are we tumbleweeds forever skimming over the desert of life OR are some of us changing and taking root at an … read more.
Most religions claim an insight into ultimate reality, which they call God, but we Unitarian Universalists, being creedless, make no such claim. Or do we?
In our seventh principle, we affirm the existence of the interdependent web of all existence, of which we are a part.
It is wonderful to welcome Calogero, … read more.
Rev. Roslyn Macgregor, a retired Anglican minister and long-time social activist in Montreal, headed the Mile End Mission for many years. She will draw on her experiences to challenge us to consider about what we think of ourselves and about how we relate to others … read more.
Our beloved Minister Emeritus, Fred Cappuccino, age 93, will speak on the “Sacredness of Tears.” As Washington Irving said, “There is a sacredness in tears. They are not the mark of weakness, but of power.”
And Fred has said that if the people are good he will … read more.
We have the pleasure of welcoming Rabbi Sherril Gilbert as she returns to Lakeshore for the fourth time.
This time, she will explore the systems thinking principle of emergence, and apply it to moral ways of being in the world, termite architecture, and Hasidic mystical … read more.
Yoga is a very familiar word currently, but not when an orange clad monk from India first spoke at the World Parliament of Religions in 1892. What did he have to say? Is it relevant now?
Milda has practiced Yoga for many years, and is currently … read more.