Rev. Shana Lynngood with Worship Associate Lynne Bonner —
Often the first thing that comes to mind when we think about curiosity is all the searching and
seeking and learning we do outside of ourselves.
I have begun to notice that I need to apply the same sense of curiosity to my own mind and being. How and why do I react as I do?
Why is it that some things draw me more than others? How can I stay open to new ideas?
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Nick Fairbank with Worship Associate Oliver Belisle —
Director of Music Nicholas Fairbank talks about how curiosity has motivated him through his life and led him down many roads.
In particular, he will speak of how, as a musician, a desire to seek out the unknown has motivated him to explore music from different periods, places and styles.
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Rev. Melora Lynngood with Worship Associate Kressa Sisu —
Have you ever been judged? Not a helpful constructive critique based in loving support and respect, but unhelpful, demoralizing criticism – spoken or unspoken negative judgement.
Despite our intentions of living our Unitarian Universalist first principle – affirming the inherent worth and dignity of every person – have you ever caught yourself silently (or not so silently) passing judgement on others?
How might we lean into the spiritual practice of curiosity instead of judgement?
Rev. Shana Lynngood with Worship Associate Doug McGinnis —
This special service arranged by the Music committee invites us to explore the unique beauty and power of Cuban music.
As we begin to explore curiosity, we will see how different musical forms can help spur our interest and openness to new things. We welcome Michel Rivero, a native of Havana who has lived in the Comox Valley since 2016.Read more ›
Rev. Shana Lynngood with Worship Associate Morgan Reid – On this Sunday when we acknowledge and uplift our congregation’s connection to a larger Canada-wide community of Unitarian Universalists, we contemplate how that impacts our sense of the whole.
At times, we get so caught up in our own dilemmas and challenges and successes that we forget to look at how we fit into the big picture.Read more ›
Rev Melora Lynngood with Worship Associate Lynne Bonner – This year, Easter and the week of Passover coincide.
As Unitarian Universalists, we draw wisdom from many of the world’s religions, including Judaism and Christianity, from which our own faith tradition descended.
A story of fleeing from slavery, a story of persecution and resurrection – what inspiration might we draw from these enduring tales of struggle and resilience this year?Read more ›
Arran Liddel and members of the Environmental Action Team with Worship Associate Shelley Motz – Join us for a multifaceted reflection on how the Earth, Sky, and Sea sustain us and how we can sustain them.Read more ›
Rev. Shana Lynngood with Worship Associate Kressa Sisu – As we begin our exploration of the theme of wholeness we explore both its power and its limitations as a vision of becoming.
On the one hand, wholeness is an image that helps us envision what it might be like to live in such a way that encapsulates the many components of our being.
On the other hand, the concept of wholeness sometimes leaves people struggling with illness or ability challenges feeling less than. How can we honour the possibilities of wholeness without being constrained by it?Read more ›
Lay Chaplains and Liz Graham with worship associate Morgan Reid – Our congregation’s Lay Chaplains serve members of the larger community by helping them mark important way-stations on their life journeys.
They are often asked to assist families in recognizing a life that has ended. In this service they will talk about the issues that have arisen from their clients and in their own lives about the way we, as a society, deal with death.
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Rev. Wendy McNiven with worship associate Oliver Belisle – Child Haven International’s main purpose is to provide the necessities of life to otherwise destitute children, through its eight homes in India, Nepal, Bangladesh and Tibet, operating with Gandhian principles. The creation of Bonnie and Fred Cappuccino, Rev. McNiven tells of her own experience at one Child Have home.
She will offer reflections about how Child Haven International contributes to the building of strong, caring communities — and what we might learn from it.
Rev. McNiven is a retired Unitarian minister. She and her spouse live in Courtenay and grandparent in Victoria.
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