Speaker: Sheila Laursen

Our Canadian Tapestry

Sharing how our Canadian Tapestry came about in 1977-78, and how this Lakeshore Unitarian Church Sunday school curriculum, created and led by Myrna Wood, engaged our whole congregation and inspired Unitarian Universalists across North America to develop similar locally-created programs.

Hidden Hunger in the West Island

Not everyone in the West Island has access to fresh and healthy food for a variety of reasons including reduced mobility and social isolation, which results in food insecurity. And 83.5% of residents of the territory have zero or negligible access to fresh fruits … read more.

Looking Back, Looking Forward

In ancient Roman religion and mythology, Janus is the god of beginnings and transitions, thence also of gates, doors, doorways, endings and time. He is usually a two-faced god since he looks to the future and the past.

Pierre Paul Rubens, Temple of Janus (1635)

Today, we will look back, personally and … read more.

The Day of the Dead – Honouring Our Ancestors

In Mexico, the Day of the Dead is a day of celebration and remembrance of loved
ones who have died by each family.

In this participative service, we will honour some of our LUUC “ancestors” who
contributed so much to our congregation’s life and vitality.  And there will … read more.