Another year has come and gone, my beloveds, and what a year it has been. Our monthly theme for December is silence, and while the softness of the snow-covered earth is ideal for engaging a contemplative life during the winter months, I also fear the … read more.
Our theme for November is “possibilities.” We’ll be engaging with it in our services — both Sunday mornings and Wednesday evenings — and in our Covenant Groups as well. While this theme topic was chosen months ago, before the pandemic began, it feels to me … read more.
I am delighted to share with you that we will have a student minister with us this program year. Nicole McKay (she/her/hers) is a Unitarian Universalist seminarian studying at the University of Toronto. She requires a field education placement for this school year through her … read more.
I’m having a hard time believing that it’s already summer. With the global pandemic, among other things, it feels like this year is zipping by way too fast… while also feeling incredibly long at the same time.
The Rev. James Luther Adams said that “church is where you practice what it means to be human.” Part of that is learning not just to rely on each other, but how to celebrate and learn from each other. We grow best in our garden … read more.
As we enter the second month of this worldwide pandemic, we find ourselves adjusting from the immediate reactivity of the crisis into the endurance required of a long haul. As strange as it may seem, this initial period since we began physical distancing is known, … read more.
I write to you this month as we are in the midst of a global pandemic. We here in Manitoba are doing everything we can to flatten the curve, and it appears to be working to give those who do get sick the best access … read more.