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.
Lakeshore UU Congregation Senior and Junior Youth Groups have come together to bring you their rendition of the Charles Dickens favourite “A Christmas Carol.”
This year, more than ever before, we yearn to find creative, safe and caring ways to share the traditional messages of “comfort and joy” with others, and to replenish our battered spirits. Do you have special memories of that “Christmas Spirit” touching you, and staying with you?
Rev. Paula Kline reflects on Montréal City Mission’s 110 years of welcoming strangers. She’ll speak about their refugee sewing collective’s mask making as well as the impact of the 1989 Polytechnique tragedy on her community.
Rev. Pat Haresch asks: With all that is going on in the world and our lives these days, may we remember how together, we might be a beacon in the midst of the storm.
Old Brewery Mission has been serving as a resource for homeless men and women since 1889. James Hughes, CEO, will speak of challenges faced with the pandemic and how we can help.
Our three speakers this morning, Patience, Paul and Rob, respectively children of Nigeria, the USA, and New Brunswick, will share their own stories of coming to belong to this community as it is here and now.
This Thanksgiving feels different, there has been sacrifice of a “normal” life style and worry for our collective health. People have had to try new ways to spend their time, for some this has brought joy.
BLM Solidarity Through Knowledge, Empathy, and Social Action: A young adult’s march into activism, Talia will share the spark that set the fire alight inside of her.