It has been a hard year for all of us, and we’ve all experienced highs and lows that many of us, if not most, never expected. This service brings us together to hold all that has happened, and to hold our hopes, dreams, and expectations … read more.
Speaker: Rev. Meghann Robern
The Reverend Meghann Robern is the minister for First UU Winnipeg.
It’s the time of the equinox, when the earth is balanced in both the northern and southern hemispheres. While it’s the fall equinox for us in Winnipeg, our southern neighbours are preparing for spring. Both things are true, yet there are two different experiences. What … read more.
The TV show Ted Lasso took the western world by storm last year, with its stories about kindness, caring, love, and compassion breaking through a media landscape subsumed by a monopoly of “grimdark”. Rev. Meghann will reflect on how this offering of human creativity bolstered … read more.
One of the most important lessons from Buddhism is that change is both hard and inevitable. How can we travel the difficult line between making plans for our present and future while also being prepared for when they have to change?
Coordinator: Pamela Hardman
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After a year and a half of a global pandemic, we’ve all experienced our lives changing, shifting, even upending. We’ve also learned how the people in our communities have reacted. Steve and Rev. Meghann will share some of their own experiences and what they’ve learned, … read more.
Now more than ever we need to be grounded in connection, in hope, and in love. As the cycles of the seasons teach us the gifts of the dark as well as the light, we still need energy — a spark — to fuel living … read more.
Join us as our Music Director, PJ Buchan, and our beloved choir, use the technology they’ve learned in the last year to bring us the power of music and singing. We’ll move through our emotions, tell stories, and embrace our continuing commitment to creating just, … read more.
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.
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.