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.
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