Upcoming Sunday Services

Sunday services run from 10:30 to 11:30 am

November 3rd – The Power of Singing Together

There have been many singers and musicians who wrote songs which inspired change. Think Bob Dylan, or Tanya Tagaq, Ziggy Marley or Snotty Nosed Rez Kids. Every generation has had iconic music that speaks to the issues of the day and to the people. Our social DNA carries the stories and messages written by our musicians and poets. Today we’ll sing music from many sources including a few songs for change.

 November 10th – Remembrance and Poems for Peace

Remembrance Day is the day for remembering people that have died as a result of wars, both military and civilian. But it is also a day to think about working for peace. Please bring a poem or story to share on this day of remembrance.
Brunch today – bring your favourite dish to share.
SPECIAL SHARING CIRCLE AFTER BRUNCH – stay with us to share ideas about our vision for the future.

November 17th – Roots and Wings: Finding Ourselves in Eco-Spirituality

Guest Speaker: Rev. Lara Cowtan

Rev Cowtan originally hails from Winnipeg, but she has worked in several European Unitarian Universalist congregations as well as in the United States. Rev Lara says “Liberal religious people are no strangers to working for environmental justice, many of us live and act in ways that demonstrate our values of caring for land, water, animals and plants. Eco-Spirituality looks beyond our sense of justice to connect us even more deeply with how we engage with nature on a personal and spiritual level.”

November 24th –Buy Nothing Day: What Would You Do?

“Buy Nothing Day” is an international day of protest against consumerism and is the same day as Black Friday (November 29) one of the busiest shopping days of the year. It was founded in Vancouver, BC by artist Ted Dave in September 1992. What do people do instead of shop? What would you do? Can Buy Nothing Day change hearts and minds?