At the Picnic Shelter at Heydenshore Park on the shores of Lake Ontario in Whitby. The street address of the Heydenshore Pavilion is 589 Water Street, Whitby. The picnic shelter is located east of the main pavilion, and east of the water play area and playground, in a grassy area overlooking the lake. Bring your bathing suit to play in the splash park afterwards. If you can, bring a blanket or lawn chair to sit on during the service. Some picnic table bench seats will be available.
This special service celebrates our coming of age youth and flower communion. Our youth will share their credos and we will promise to support them as they blossom into young adults. Bring a flower to share for our communal bouquet. This will be Rev. Fiona’s final service with UUCD.
The Rev. Fiona Heath has been our half-time consulting minister. In August 2014 she will begin a full-time settled ministry at the Unitarian Congregation in Mississauga. Best wishes Fiona! We have tremendously enjoyed your professional leadership during your 15 months at UUCD.
Unitarianism in Canada had its greatest expansion in the 1950s fellowship movement, and more than a quarter of our congregations will celebrate their sixtieth anniversaries in the next three years. As we look back on the values we shared then that are commonplace in the world now, what values will we now embody that we want to be common sixty years from now?
Christopher Wulff has been a member at First Unitarian Congregation of Toronto since childhood and has recently been a lay chaplain there. He is currently an M.Div student preparing for UU ministry at Emmanuel College at the University of Toronto.
He is a web enthusiast and has developed "Patience and Fortitude", a web design and development consultancy.
Today we will consider the joys and challenges of transitions. How can we gracefully meet the many changes that happen over our lives?
Rev. Fiona Heath is our half-time consulting minister.
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