Truth and Reconciliation

On the eve of the day dedicated to Truth and Reconciliation in Canada, I would like the Lakeshore
Unitarian Universalist Congregation in Lachine, Quebec, to affirm the following as a call to
action:
Articles 48 and 49 of the 94 recommendations of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission
state the … read more.

Sheila honours Margaret

How will we recover from the loss of Margaret in our lives?

Margaret quickly became a solid pillar of strength for LUUC – and LUUCers – and everyone she knew. Margaret was always there for us when we needed help – and her support was generous, kind and … read more.

The Last Man Jailed for Blasphemy

On Sunday January 23rd, one of our new members, Linda Kneeland, gave us an excellent talk about one of her ancestors. It was about Abner Kneeland, who was Linda’s great, great grandfather, although he may have been her great, great uncle – she is not … read more.

Adding an Eighth Principle

Included as a point of reference: UUA version as of now
We, the member congregations of the Unitarian Universalist Association, covenant to affirm and promote:

journeying toward spiritual wholeness by working to build a diverse multicultural Beloved Community by our actions that … read more.

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.