Talia Sanchez will read virally popular prose by young people on social media. It’s an exciting era for modern day poets, who respond to their environment and reflect with their peers in real time.
In March, we paused to do a tour de table, a check-in on our states of being. This service will be an opportunity to do that again – to exchange our preoccupations in the hopes of encouraging in each of us.
Rev. Carole Martignacco launches our new service year, on Zoom. Only a wild love for the world will make us fearless enough to turn the world around, make courageous changes to survive, and create a sustainable future.
Timothy Byrnes will reflect and discuss fatherhood when the presumptive rights of fatherhood are challenged.
Reverend Terre Balof, who serves as the Minister of the UU Fellowship of Clemson, South Carolina will speak about her efforts of building an interfaith anti anti-racism coalition in her area and how the efforts are touching both the personal and the community at large.
Fairness, kindness, good judgement and understanding of one another are gifts from our mothers that we carry with us for our whole lives. Lakeshorers will reminisce about the lasting gifts they received from their mothers.
What if Unitarians were to rewrite the 23rd Psalm – what imagery would you propose that brings you comfort? Where, currently are you looking for comfort – and where are you finding it? Make a few notes on bringing comfort – Unitarian style.
After the success in quality and quantity (40 attendees) of our first Sunday Service on Zoom, 29 March 2020, services will be held regularly on Zoom until the effective end of the coronavirus pandemic lock-down is over.
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Professor Kimberley Manning, Principal of Concordia’s Simone de Beauvoir Institute, returns to Lakeshore for a second time. She outlines her topic:
The modern North American university was constructed to serve the needs of white, male, married professors. For the past thirty years Canadian … read more.