Speaker: Steve Lennon
Citizen scientist and author, Lyanda Lynn Haupt, wrote “Here is the dream of the earth: continuance.” And today it may be difficult to remember this dream of the earth with the threats of climate change, pandemics and war. This service will explore how we might … read more.
Our connections to water go well beyond needing it to sustain life. We also have a deep-seated animal, emotional and spiritual relationship with water. Come, sip, and reflect.
Note: There will not be a water ceremony at this service, as was originally planned.
Coordinator: Marian Siemens
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Over the past twenty-seven weeks our congregation has been gifted with the wisdom and insights from our own members and knowledgeable guests, who spoke from the heart on many human experiences and contemporary issues. Steve will talk about what we can we take away from … read more.
Yes! We have made it through a ragged, snowy, cold winter all the way to the merry month of May. We can now put away the parkas and snow shovels and start thinking about things greening and growing. May Day – a time for change, … read more.
Inspired by a beautiful old French musical ode to nighttime, by Jean-Philippe Rameau, and by a Nocturne exhibit at the Winnipeg Art Gallery years ago, Steve looks at our emotional and spiritual connections to the night, and to the darkness.
Coordinator: Kelvin Seifert
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We keep hoping, during this pandemic, that we will at some point get back to normal, whatever we believe that to be. But we feel powerless to affect much change in that direction. What is it that we really need to get back to and, … read more.
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.
We have learned so much over the past fifty years about our earth, and how it works, and yet humans continue to exploit the natural environment as if they are on an intoxicated spree of destruction. How did it become us against them – humans … read more.
In situations involving separation and divorce there continues to be many myths and misunderstandings, often based on expectations and patterns learned from family of origin and cultural custom. The outside pressures can feel overwhelming for a couple experiencing these difficulties, at a time when the … read more.