Please come and tell a story, read a poem, or sing a song to share one of your significant moments of 2018.
This will be a joyful service of carols and a Unitarian Universalist exploration of the traditional Christmas story.
No Potluck this Sunday, but please bring baking
Led by Rev. Carly Gaylor and Birgitta MacLeod. Celebrate with song, noise, light and dark.
Please bring baking to this wonderful all-ages service to inspire the sun’s return.
Paul will give a short talk on anthroposophy as a spiritual path. (See Paul’s bio for more information.) Or Wikipedia definition: a formal educational, therapeutic, and creative system established by Rudolf Steiner, seeking to use mainly natural means to optimize physical and mental health and well-being.
Mary will recount her early years in residential school and will explain what happened to her as a girl. A resident of Oshawa, she is ready to share her story with us through her poetry and her retelling of her life’s story.
In his book “To Bless the Space Between Us”, John O'Donohue offers readers comfort and encouragement on their journeys through life. Today, we'll explore his beautiful words and wisdom, and what we might take from them as we journey together.
We will also welcome several new members to UUCD.
A long and fascinating conversation has taken place for centuries about the nature of spirit, the nature of mind, the boundary between them and the relationship of the body to these intangibles. I have a little something to say on the topic. Emphasis on little.
What does it mean to belong - to find our people or our place in the world? What does belonging ask of us? What do we ask of each other in the name of belonging? In this service we’ll explore the human longing to belong.
War is a cauldron in which heart and humanity do exist. There are those who through small acts of kindness or introspection try to tend their hearts and try to remember their values. The sermon was adapted from one of the same name written by Rev. Brian Kiely.
Kahlil Gibran said, "The deeper that sorrow carves into your being, the more joy you can contain." On this Sunday after All Souls Day, we join with many other Unitarian Universalist congregations to honour the losses in our lives, both recent and longer ago; this year, we also celebrate the joys and new beginnings that complete the circle of life and loss. You are invited to bring mementos that represent the significant joys and sorrows you carry with you this year.
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