To say hello is to be open to the new and to the unknown – a new friend, a new colleague, a new way of looking at something. Saying goodbye often means letting go, saying farewell to a loved one, a lifestyle, or an idea … read more.
Restored native prairie wildflowers
As part of the interdependent web of all beings, we recognize and affirm that a healthy Earth is not an option – it is a necessity. What began as a revolution 50 years ago has now turned into a global observance of … read more.
There is a huge difference between being a “snitch” and speaking up when experiencing or witnessing harm. It’s also important to recognize that harm can come from words and attitudes as much as physical attacks. We will celebrate our child dedication ritual, and explore how … read more.
Even though we have roots in Christianity, UUs have a very different perspective on Easter than what you’ll find in a mainline church. Our emphasis on Jesus as a human teacher and community organizer asks us to reckon with the idea that the tomb was … read more.
Humans: we are relational beings. We are made to be connected with one another, to live interdependently. Yet, we can be quick to exclude and erase people because of their identities. Here, we affirm that you can bring your whole self into this space where … read more.
Here in Winnipeg, we still have snow on the ground in March, but that doesn’t mean the signs of the coming spring aren’t all around us. How can we use these gifts of the cycles of nature to help us look for the signs of … read more.
In Unitarian Universalist lingo, the term “Welcoming Congregation” means being welcoming to and inclusive of beloveds who are Two-Spirit, Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer, Intersex, Asexual and many other points on the gender and sexuality spectra (2SLGBTQIA+). This congregation was certified “welcoming” waaaay back in … read more.
In this service designed and led by our elected Board of Directors, they will share with us why they came to be part of our community, why they stayed, and what dreams we might make manifest in our communal future.
Service Coordinator: Marian Siemens
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Building a community based on shared values that celebrate diversity of beliefs is one of the hardest things to do. It requires hard work on all our parts about emotional intelligence, healthy boundaries, and learning each other’s philosophical and spiritual languages so we can communicate … read more.
In this time of stay-at-home orders, lockdowns, and code reds, we are grateful that going outside and being out in nature remains open to us, helps ground us, and it’s beauty captures our hearts. Nature has been one gateway into the mystery and wonder that … read more.