Sometimes, the spiritual practices that help us the most in our lives are things we learned in our childhood, even if we move into different sustaining beliefs as adults. This Sunday, Rev. Meghann will share pieces of her personal journey through singing and experiencing folk … read more.
Speaker: Rev. Meghann Robern
The Reverend Meghann Robern is the minister for First UU Winnipeg.
The beginning of August is the first of the three harvest festivals of the neo-pagan year. Come join us as we delve into one of the many earth-centered holy days that teaches us lessons about how we can navigate the cycles and seasons of our … read more.
Our theme for the summer months is “spiritual practice.” For many of us, singing is one of the ways we renew ourselves and deepen our relationships with our hearts and with each other. In this service we will explore music and song as a spiritual … read more.
Join us the morning after the Winnipeg Folk Festival livestream to celebrate how its legacy has inspired our lives through music and community.
Hymns: 66 When the Summer Sun is Shining; Wayfaring Stranger; Will the Circle Be Unbroken; The Mary Ellen Carter
Service Coordinator: Steve Lennon
Connecting to … read more.
Many know the name P.T. Barnum, but few are also aware that he was a lifelong dedicated Universalist. On July 5th, his birthday, we will explore his nuanced and complicated life. What lessons we can learn about ourselves and the difference between our best intentions … read more.
One of the many legacies left to us by the Rev. Norbert Čapek is our annual flower ceremony. What few know outside of UU history classes is that he continued to offer the ceremony to all as a beacon of hope and resilience even when … read more.
This Sunday, during the service before our congregational meeting, we will continue our collective work in examining how our choices and actions reflect our shared values and our commitment to making a better world for all. Our touchpoint will be the idea, posed by the … read more.
“Progressive faith is at a crossroads. Liberal pulpits ring with grand sermons about the arc that bends towards justice and about progress ‘onward and upward forever.’ Meanwhile the people in the pews struggle to attend to the suffering of their souls and the tragic aspects … read more.
It is important to spend time nurturing our spirit, and always doing the work of knowing who we are. Following these “stars of truth” about our ourselves on the inside helps us navigate to our own truths about how to be in beloved community with … read more.
The debut of our annual Music Sunday will not be stopped due to physical distancing! We will share the power of music in our lives, and feature recordings of our own congregational choir during this time when they cannot gather to be with us in … read more.