Have you felt inspired lately? We all have times of inspriation - and less inspriation - in our lives, our work, and our faith journeys and communities. Where are you at now? How do we cultivate inspriation in our lives when it is harder to find? How do we share inspiration when it flows freely?
Carly Gaylor served as intern minister at UUCD in 2009-2010. She is communiity minister at the Welcome Inn Community Centre in Hamilton. To maintain balance (and sometimes inspiration) in her life, she enjoys running, soccer, playing guitar, and recently took up ultimate frisbee.
We will explore what “living interfaith” looks like in 2012, and how we can embrace the diversity of this growing movement.
Rev. Michelle Singh is an Interfaith Minister, born in Trinidad & Tobago and raised by Catholic and Sikh parents. Michelle co-founded a monthly Spiritual Dialogue Circle which is designed to bring people from different traditions together. The Circle is hosted at Don Heights Unitarian Congregation in Toronto.
On this Remembrance Day, as well as honouring our fallen military heroes, we will pay tribute to ordinary people who have felt the need to sacrifice their lives for others. What are the reasons behind these ultimate sacrifices? Is there anything or anyone that you would consider dying for?
Rev. Cheryl Jack is minister emerita of the UUCD. She lives in Beaverton with Andris and new family member, Domino the Shih Tzu. Life in small town Ontario agrees with her and she finds plenty to keep her busy including participation in the work of “Big Sisters of Durham Region”.
This presentation will offer a very brief look at three components related to the 'stuff' that we all carry -- social location, shadow, and family systems and how each relate to congregational life and our own personal lives. This positive message will provide some new perspectives that will enhance our own personal journeys and the life and health of this beloved community. Ric will likely use one of the components mentioned in this service as a springboard for his next topic here in the early part of 2013.
Ric Jones is a Candidate for Unitarian Universalist ministry. He received his Master of Divinity from Meadville Lombard Theological School in Chicago, Illinois in May 2012. Currently, Ric serves as a member of the national (USA) Board of Directors and Canadian Representative for the Basal Cell Carcinoma Nevus Syndrome Life Support Network based in Ohio. He has been tasked to establish a similar organization here in Canada. Ric has also been attending several training sessions as foundational to the development of his own business of ministry to organizations and congregations focused on transformational change, stress management and how family of origin impacts the person and the organization.
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