Borrowing from a number of Unitarian sources, Norah will offer a context for celebrating Christmas based on our UU principles and history. The service will include the singing of several beloved Christmas carols.
Norah Love, currently serving on the UUCD Worship Committee, was a founding member of UUCD. She is an integral member of the music committee, helping out with both guitar and voice as she offers musical support to the congregation. She is a practicing Social Worker and married to Drummond White, UUCD Lay Chaplain. Drummond and Norah are also appreciated for sharing their home for UUCD celebrations.
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UUCD member, Mike Szarka, lives a clean green life as much as possible. He will discuss this in the context of his humanist philosophy.
Worship Committee members Norah Love, Dave Seale and Tracey Szarka will lead the congregation in a special musical service through which our seven Unitarian Universalist Principles are celebrated in song and word. There will be plenty of opportunity for the congregation to join in.
Cameron describes this talk as follows: "Ten years ago I took my then 16-year old nephew hiking in the Rockies. The Kaufmann Lake and Stanley Glacier trails were supposed to be the highlight -- but the trail that passes by the Burgess Shale Fossil bed was where we discovered the most about ourselves and the consequences of the choices we make."
Cameron Linton has been a member of the First Unitarian Congregation of Toronto for over 20 years. To that community he has been president of the board, sermon giver, storyteller, and organizer of the annual family retreat road hockey game. Most recently he was responsible for the children's program at the CUC ACM in Toronto.
Peter Lauricella was born in Boston, Ma. and spent almost all of his life in suburban Boston. He has been married to Marilyn for almost 44 years, and together they immigrated to Canada and settled in Port Perry to be close to grandchildren 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.
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