Category: News

2021-2022 Board Election

For the SECOND time, Lakeshore held its annual Board of Directors election on-line via Zoom. This year, it took place after the end of the 25 April 2021 Sunday Service.

Were elected unanimously:

Vice President (for a two-year term) – Gary SpillerTreasurer (for a two-year term) … read more.

Lakeshore Bulletin 2020-03-22

Cross-congregational check-up – Susan Czarnocki

Wow!  
Just 10 days ago, the lurking curse of Friday-13th came roaring in to change our lives.  Late on Thursday the 12th, the pillars of normalcy came crashing down around us, as school boards, universities, CEGEPS – announced cancellations.  This was followed … read more.

Pact for Transition

A Pact for the Transition – from Words to Action

At the end of 2018, our Québec artistic community has announced le Pacte pour la Transition which combines a personal commitment to reducing our ecological footprint and slowing global warming with a vigorous lobby to press … read more.

2019 Stewardship Report

Summary: Investments, income & expenditures ALL DOWN.

Last year, investments were up markedly although income and expenditures were both on a continuing downward trend.

So this year is the first recent year where our investments have declined over the year, due to stock market drops in the … read more.

2018 Stewardship Report

2018 Stewardship Report

Summary: Investments UP, Income and Expenditures DOWN

Major factors influencing our investment results:

– shorter reference period (to February) this year due to earlier date of this presentation

– slower growth in LAM investment fund 3,5% this year vs. 7% last … read more.

Long-range Planning Meeting

As part of our community’s on-going reflections on stewardship, we need to think not only about fundraising but also about how we spend our money. To this end, the Annual General Meeting in June 2017 adopted the following resolution:

To strike a committee to reflect on the uses … read more.

Communications Committee updates new Website

During a Membership and Communications Committee brainstorming session at Lakeshore on 31 March 2017, Timothy Byrnes suggested that building a new blog-compatible website could be the most cost-effective way of making what we offer as an inclusive spiritual community better known to the larger Montreal … read more.