Yoga is a very familiar word currently, but not when an orange clad monk from India first spoke at the World Parliament of Religions in 1892. What did he have to say? Is it relevant now?
Milda has practiced Yoga for many years, and is currently … read more.
As Unitarians and Universalists, we draw on many sources to enrich, explain, and broaden the spiritual stirrings of our heart. In this time of Thanksgiving, let’s take time to revisit the sources that ground our U.U. faith.
May we celebrate in gladness!
Service leader – Susan … read more.
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.
Larissa Girvan was in Lakeshore UU Congregation’s RE program several years ago, along with some of our other young adults. Lara will reflect on Lakeshore’s influence on her life’s journey, particularly as an elementary school teacher, onher teaching style, and the values she holds today.
She will also speak … read more.
Traci Williams is certified in trauma-based yoga, along with several other styles, and has taught yoga in Kahnawake for five years, which she considers a privilege. She will speak about what she has learned from her time with the Mohawk, and how they taught … read more.
How do we want to live as we grow old and need more care?
Janet has had — and continues to have — a wide variety of work experiences in the US and Québec. Upon reaching retirement age, she began thinking that it’s time for … read more.
How do two people get completely different outcomes and experiences from the exact same family context? Annie Deschamps, Karine’s older sister, shares her reflections on the meaning of sisterhood through the different stages of life, and how shared laughter is the magnetic force that is … read more.
In 2007, the former U.S. Vice-President Al Gore wrote a book titled, The Assault on Reason. It is even more relevant with today’s occupant (innommable) of the White House. On 21 April, Easter Sunday, Fred Cappuccino, our beloved Minister Emeritus, will speak on the pertinence today … read more.