What does it mean to belong to a larger whole? Freshly returned from our annual conference and meeting in Calgary, Rev. Fiona Heath will reflect on her experiences of connection and community.
Rev. Fiona Heath became a UU minister in September 2012. She is our part-time minister and, since she was recently ordained, we are delighted to now be allowed to address her as Reverend. She lives in Waterloo with her partner and son.
Prepared by Rev. Alice Blair Wesley and presented recently at First Parish UU Church in Norwell, Massachusetts, Rev. Wesley suggests that most people attend church services to be reminded of and brought again to feel the charm of all that we love and cherish most. She asks many questions, including, "What does love ask of you today?"
Peter Lauricella, was born in Boston, MA and spent almost all of his life in suburban Boston. A former active member of First Parish UU Church in Bridgewater, MA, Peter considers himself a second generation UU, having learned about Unitarianism from his daughter. In addition to a daughter, who lives in Port Perry, Peter has a son, Daniel, who has lived in New Orleans, Louisiana for over 10 years.
We hear so much about the Boomer Generation. This morning Cheryl reflects on the women who gave birth to this unique cohort… and were responsible for their earliest formation.
Note: You are invited to make a list of up to 5 things that you would include in a letter to your mother… things that you would like her to know. These will be shared with the congregation during the service.
Rev. Cheryl Jack was UUCD`s first minister. She enjoys occasions when she is invited to, once again, engage the congregation. She is enjoying retirement in Beaverton, on the shore of Lake Simcoe, with her husband Andris and best friend Domino. She finds lots to keep her busy as she participates in the life of the community.
Today is the day of Fiona's ordination, the final step in the journey towards ministry. Fiona will reflect on the hopes and fears that are part of all life transitions.
Fiona Heath became a UU minister in September 2012. Now she is our part time minister. YEA! Her ordination is at 4 pm today in Waterloo. After this date we will be able to refer to her as Rev. Fiona. She lives in Waterloo with her partner and son.
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