Topic: Community

Protecting Montréal Green Spaces

Lisa Mintz founded Sauvons la falaise, whose primary mission is to ensure protection of the St. Jacques Escarpment Eco-territory, and connection with other existing green spaces including the future Meadowbrook park. 

Falaise St-Jacques Escarpment

She will discuss the history and biology of the falaise as well … read more.

Who’s in – who’s out?

Rev. Roslyn Macgregor, a retired Anglican minister and long-time social activist in Montreal, headed the Mile End Mission for many years. She will draw on her experiences to challenge us to consider about what we think of ourselves and about how we relate to others … read more.

From Chef to Political Activist

Marlene Hale, also known as Maluh, her childhood nickname in Wet’suwet’en, the northern Athabaskan language of her people, was born in Smithers, British Columbia, at the foot of the Hudson Bay Mountains. She learned to cook at a young age, and as it developed into … read more.

Our Traditional Youth Service

This multi-generational service will be created and presented by our Lakeshore Unitarian Universalist youth and children. There will be readings, singing, and many delightful surprises.

Youth Service in 2015 !

We hope to see everyone there to celebrate and welcome in the holiday spirit!

Service leader – Erin BerryMusician – Kerry-Anne … read more.

The Death & Life of Griffintown: 21 Stories

We welcome filmmaker and art educator G. Scott Macleod back to our UU congregation, this time to take us on a walking tour of 21 of the most fascinating historic sites in Montreal’s iconic Griffintown neighbourhood, including the New City Gas, Griffintown Horse Palace and the former Dow … read more.

Every Woman Counts

As spiritual beings having a human experience, we have to deal with this human form that we have been given. These vehicles we call bodies seek pleasure and connection much beyond what religion would allow, yet the most basic act of procreation on which we … read more.