Sunday, Nov. 28, 10:30 am – Climate Justice – Rev. Shana Lynngood, homilist – This year’s annual service in support of the work of the Unitarian Universalist office at the United Nations is focused on climate justice. As we all become more aware and concerned about just how dire the situation is, and how urgently change is needed if the Earth is to be saved, we see that issues of justice are also at play. Impacts of climate collapse are not equally felt. Food equity and sustainability issues in poorer parts of the world, and in those neighbourhoods that are majority people of colour or Indigenous communities are part of everyday life. Can we save the planet and make our sustainable future more fair at the same time? (All Sunday services in November are planned for in-person and Zoom. Check e-weekly to confirm.) Send an email after 9 a.m. Sunday to obtain the Zoom entry code. Then join us online at 10:15 a.m. for the worship service.
Growing in Spirit, Living with Compassion, Inspired to Serve
We are a welcoming community, energized by the diversity of beliefs, identity, and experience that each person brings. We encourage our children’s curiosity and nurture their open and loving nature.
We gather every Sunday at 10:30am to explore sacred mysteries, to sing of our longings and our blessings, to be still and listen.
Strengthened in spiritual growth, supported in community, energized by diversity, we strive to transform ourselves and our world through compassionate action.