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Who Do We Want to Be Now?

Sunday, Oct. 1, 10:30 am –  Who Do We Want to Be Now? — Rev. Melora Lynngood, David Tietz, and Victoria Barr, Homilists — Lynne Bonner, Worship Associate — Think about all that you have been holding in your heart lately. What is affecting you personally? What are the broader or global issues that affect you most deeply? Also think about where you find hope, joy, connection, gratitude, and courage. Given all of that, at this point in time, what do you think our congregation needs to be – for each other? and for the world? This service launches our year-long “Shaping Our Future” mission/vision process. It’s also the beginning of exploring this month’s Soul Matters theme of “The Path of Generosity,” and is the beginning of our three-week “Funding Our Future” ABC Annual Budget Campaign for 2024. Stay after the service to participate in the planting of our new Native Plant Pollinator Garden, co-sponsored by our Unitarian Universalist Truth, Healing, and Reconciliation team (THRUU) and our Environment and Climate Action Committee (ECAC). Wear an orange shirt in honour of National Truth and Reconciliation Day. (Services are currently planned to be simultaneously in-service and on Zoom. However, with the ever-evolving Covid situation, please check the e-weekly each week to confirm and to find the most current Covid precaution guidelines.)

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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 in all ages community to explore sacred mysteries, to sing of our longings and our blessings, to be still and listen (and again on a Sunday eve each month for Spirited Jazz).


Strengthened in spiritual growth, supported in community, energized by diversity, we strive to transform ourselves and our world through compassionate action.​


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