UPCOMING SUNDAY SERVICES
March's theme "Journey"
March 24th, 10:30am. “Journeying through Life” by Rev. Samaya Oakley. It happens to us all at some point in our lives. We get lost. At such times, the question for me becomes one of how we move through it with faith. Join Rev. Samaya this Sunday as we explore this question. The Rev. Samaya Oakley serves as the Minister for the South Fraser Unitarian Congregation. Currently, she serves as the President on the Executive for the Unitarian Universalist Ministers of Canada. She has been involved in Unitarian Universalism regionally, nationally and continentaly in Unitarian Universalism for over twenty years.
March 31st, 10:30am. “Let’s Take god for a Walk” by Kerry Burke. This service is a celebration of what we hold dearest and most meaningful, through music and beautiful words. The word "god" can be difficult for Unitarians, and yet it describes an area of ultimate questions that used to be answered by religion and is now answered by science for many. Perhaps they are the same? Where do we come from? How did the universe start? Are we alone? Join me as we explore how god and gods impact our values today. We'll look at a brief history of god and gods who change over time, but who remain with us today.
April's theme "Wholeness"
April 7th, 10:30am: “Greater Than the Sum” by Rev. Christopher Wulff. So much of the varying value that society ascribes to people is dependent on the nature and compensation of their labour. For many of us, our work has been one of the things that has given our lives meaning and purpose. As the world of work changes and automation proceeds at an unprecedented pace, what new stories do we have to write and learn and tell about what gives life meaning? Rev. Christopher Wulff is a fifth-generation Canadian Unitarian-Universalist who supports the 194 congregations of the Pacific Western Region of the UUA in areas of communications and technology. He lives in Vancouver, with his wife Ariel Hunt-Brondwin and their son Rowan.
April 14th, 10:30am: “What's Broken is Brilliant” by Rev. Dr. Barbara Wells ten Hove. Accepting our broken places can be hard but it's essential for living lives of wholeness.
April 21st, 10:30am: “Easter with Flower Communion” by Rev. Dr. Barbara Wells ten Hove.
April 28th, 10:30am: Candidating Week Begins (details TBA)
May's theme "Curiosity"
June's theme "Beauty"
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