First Unitarian Universalist Church of Winnipeg
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February 24th: In My Sanctified Imagination
Service Leader: Rev. Meghann Robern
Service Coordinator: Marian Siemens
The Rev. Dr. Wil Gafney teaches us that the sanctified imagination “tells the story behind the story, the story between the lines on the page.” In this worship service we will lift up her scholarship reclaiming the feminine power of divinity and the perspective of women in the Hebrew scriptures.
- It Sounds Along the Ages (Hymn of the Month)
- 1043 How Could Anyone
- 212 We Are Dancing Sarah’s Circle
From the Minister's Study - February 2019
This month our ministry theme is Truth & Lies. In today’s culture, in which gaslighting and numerous logical fallacies are used to harm and divide people at an alarming rate, this is one of the most important themes we as a community can think about and engage. Towards that end, I want to share with you a story shared online by Ria Megnin:
One of my friends told me about a powerful lesson in her daughter's high school class this winter. They're learning about the Salem Witch Trials, and their teacher told them they were going to play a game.
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