In the context of the 2020-2021 coronavirus pandemic and current Public Health authority directives, Lakeshore is now holding services on-line using the Zoom application.
Rev. Richard S. Gilbert will focus on the blessings and demands of Universalism. “As one born into that faith, I passionately believe that it is a religion desperately needed in our time.”
My parents love children and were inspired by that love to raise 21 children, 19 of whom were adopted from countries around the world. Then, create a series of South Asian Children’s Homes.
Paul Clarke, Executive Director of Action Réfugiés Montréal, discusses the ways in which this small, faith-inspired organization is welcoming refugees to Montreal, including men, women & children.
Linton Garner is co-creator, with Dr. Dorothy Williams, of a new curriculum they want to get out in Quebec schools called “The ABC’s of Canadian Black History”, to foster accessible resources and a bibliographic record of the historical presence of Blacks in Canada.
Casey, CUC’s Youth & Young Adult Program & Events Coordinator, explores how the pandemic has been particularly tough for the young, as well as some of the creative & resilient ways that they have managed to transform, all while holding on fast to that which matters most to them.
On Valentine’s Day, lets share our love and our loves through Song and Poetry. Lets chase away the winter blues that are so deep this year. Kerry-Anne, Rob, Ariel and Sionna will sing to us.
Wendy Luella Perkins leads us in a spirited service of singing and reflecting on leaning into the power of song during these challenging days. At this time of not being able to touch physically, we need to hold each other close in many many other ways — in our hearts, prayers, dreams and SONGS.
Pierre Legault will describe how Moisson Montreal, the largest food bank in Canada, was created. And how how Renaissance was created by the food bank in order to help people to become more independent.
Our Christmas Eve service this year will be different, but still filled with beautiful music, songs for you to sing, and stories to enchant us. Please join us on Zoom at 5:30 p.m. on December 24.