Leonardo da Vinci believed that water was to the world as our blood is to our body. It is a vehicle of nature and connects all to all. Streams, rivers, seas and oceans all speak to the flows of energy and connection through our lives as Unitarian Universalists, as people, and as living beings inhabiting this planet. A common, an almost lowly substance that flows out of our taps whenever we want it, water is what we are made of, what we are thirsty for and what we oft use to symbolize the energy connecting us to one another.
Christopher presents today his adaptation of the Canadian Unitarian Council’s 2019 Sharing Our Faith sermon to help us remember how, on so many levels, we are inextricably connected to one another within Unitarian Universalism and across the diversity of identities we hold, as human beings. A special collection is taken today to finance grants to UU ministry projects around the country.
- Service Leader: Paul Sullivan
- Musician: Kerry-Anne Kutz
- Hospitality: Jane Edwards & Peg Wooley