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Summer Meditation

Summer Meditation

The following two meditation sessions will be held in the living room over the summer:

  • Monday, July 8, 7:00 - 8:30 p.m. Let's explore the theme of gratitude.

“Enjoy the little things, for one day you may look back and realize they were the big things.”

Robert Brault

Read more: Summer Meditation

Notice of our Upcoming Elders Gathering on July 24

Calling all Elders

The gift of elders is the long-practiced care for life. It is wisdom, persistence, and not allowing evil to operate in its habitual patterns. It is a solid sense of “enough,” and gratitude for life‘s goodness, showing a humble capacity to be part of the web of life. 

It is evident in those who hold tragedy and beauty together, integrating life’s complex and difficult counterpoints within a strong heart that bears reality with love and moral clarity. 

~ Rebecca Parker [adapted]

Our next Gathering will be on Wednesday, July 24, from 12:30 - 2:30, at the church.

Read more: Notice of our Upcoming Elders Gathering on July 24

Board Appointed

Board Appointed

This past Sunday, the following Board was appointed and they have chosen their executive:

  • President Lauren Bailey
  • Vice-President Peter Miller
  • Treasurer Peter Hill-Carroll
  • Secretary Kristin Jimmy
  • Member-at Large Esther Kathryn
  • Member-at Large Stephanie Harvey
  • Member-at Large Paula Wachs
  • Member-at Large Mary Warmbrod
  • Member-at Large Bonnie Thiessen
  • Past-President Jon Cowtan (Ex-official)

Volunteers needed for farm work

Volunteers needed for farm work

10 volunteer “farmers” needed for two work bees hoeing corn at Dale’s farm near Anola. The money from sale of this sweet, pesticide-free corn later this summer will be used to support refugees we are sponsoring.

Probable dates will be around June 15 to 18. Plan on a 4 hour shift plus travel time (about 45 minutes each way). Transportation to be arranged closer to the date.

Bring your own hoe if you have one, and food, water, sun hat, work gloves, bug spray & sunscreen. We’ll provide cooler with ice and drinks.

Please contact: Debby Lake at 204-451-4139 (phone or text) or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

9th Annual UU Summer Camp

9th Annual UU Summer Camp

August 23 - 25, 2019 Hnausa Unitarian Camp

Please join our ninth annual intergenerational camp weekend on the shores of Lake Winnipeg at the historic Unitarian Centre. Each year we gather 40 – 60 people of all ages; some camp for the weekend or use local accommodations and others join for a day trip on Saturday. The food is plentiful with wonderful potluck meals and snacks and relaxing activities with new and old friends. 

Contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.for more information.


  • Please confirm and pay by June 24th.
  • Sign-up sheets in the Summer Camp mail folder in foyer.


  • Weekend:
    • $35 Single
    • $85 Family (three + people)
  • Day Trip
    • $15 Single
    • $30 Family (three + people)

Hospitality Setup Sign-up Sheet

Hospitality Setup Sign-up Sheet

We need some volunteers to help with Sunday mornings for hospitality set up - we are at risk of losing this wonderful part of our time together.

We all enjoy our tea and coffee hospitality after the Sunday service - it is an important part of community building, catching up with friends and making new friends.  Please help keep our morning hospitality happening. We are in big need of people to volunteer for the set up each Sunday. The time commitment is approximately 45 minutes before church and under an hour afterwards for clean up. 

Use this easy-to-use online Hospitality Setup Sign-up Sheet to sign up for a Sunday or two now and give it a try - it's fun and you meet great people.

Please help keep our morning hospitality alive and well for all to enjoy. 

Newsletter - The Communicator - 2019 Issues



Our Newsletter, The Communicator 2019 Issues

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2019 Issues

CUC Offers Pastoral Care to Young Adults

CUC Offers Pastoral Care Support to Young Adults

The CUC’s Pastoral Care Team for Young Adults offers flexible and accessible care and support that young adults can access anywhere, whether or not they are currently connected to a congregation or minister. Our three Pastoral Care Team members are ministers with experience providing care and supportive listening, with a special interest in supporting young adults through the many ups and downs of life. Pastoral care can be provided by phone, through Zoom video, or by text.

Read more: CUC Offers Pastoral Care to Young Adults