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.
The pandemic has also caused us to reflect more deeply about others, about our neighbours, especially those less fortunate than ourselves stricken in their thousands by the onset of Covid-19 – as well as those very many others who risk their lives daily at the front-line to keep us safe.
Lakeshore UU Congregation Senior and Junior Youth Groups have come together to bring you their rendition of the Charles Dickens favourite “A Christmas Carol.”
Isabella Gavanski speaks to us about the importance of active listening. Through her work with the McGill Peer Support Centre, she has had extensive training on “How To Actively Listen.”
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.
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.
People’s dreams have changed during Covid-19, in ways similar to, but also different from other major life-threatening events. Rev. Heather will explore a particular method of dream work.
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.