"When we try to pick out anything by itself, we find it hitched to everything else in the Universe". Today we'll explore how Unitarian Universalism reflects John Muir's comment. What does it mean to live as part of an interdependent web?
Fiona Heath has recently completed a Master's of Divinity and is a Candidate for UU Ministry. Last year she was the Intern Minister at First Toronto and continued on as Summer Minister. She lives in Waterloo with her partner and son.
This talk will look less at the traditional definitions of Sabbath, and focus more on how we create space in our lives for that which is truly sacred and important.
David Seale is a charter member of the UUCD. He has worked as a social worker for 30 years. Most of his career has been at Ontario Shores Centre for Mental Health Sciences. This facility was previously known as Whitby Mental Health Centre and Whitby Psychiatric Hospital.
The reflections of UU minister, Rev. Shawn Newton, on how we measure our lives and what makes a life meaningful or "worthy".
Norah Love is a long-time Unitarian and one of the founding members of the UUCD. She currently serves on the UUCD Worship Committee and is a frequent leader of Sunday Services. Norah is also an integral part of the UUCD music program, offering musical support to the congregation through song or guitar accompaniment. Norah is a practicing Social Worker and is married to Drummond White, the UUCD Lay Chaplain.
UUCDers will gather together for the first time since June and share a communion of water gathered during summer travels and activities. Please join us and participate with or without any collected water. Share your summer experiences - what meaningful events have occured in your life over the past two months. Multigenerational serivce, so no Religious Exploration (RE) activites for children this week.
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