Join us every Sunday at 11 am on zoom
or in person at the Lochiel Kiwanis Centre.
: “Becoming Conscious”
Rev. Peter Boullata
The feminist and gay liberation movements pioneered a method of connecting personal experience with the power dynamics at play in society at large. Known as “consciousness raising,” this small group encounter of individuals speaking their truths created enormous social change.
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The role of Religious Exploration (RE) in Unitarian congregations
is to help individuals of all ages
to experience connections, compassion, and creativity.
We accomplish this by:
Creating a safe and supportive learning environment for our children, youth and adults that will encourage personal growth, self-esteem and an appreciation of diversity
Developing friendships and a sense of belonging to the Fellowship and the greater community
Reinforcing spiritual, ethical, and moral strengths that will help in responding to life's challenges
Exploring the history, heritage, traditions, and principles of Unitarian Universalism as well as other spiritual and religious belief systems
Adult & Children's Programs
Past offerings have included Adult Religious Exploration Groups and Workshops
Past offerings have included Women's Circle
Past offerings have included a Men's Group
Past offerings have included a Book Club open to everyone
This small intimate group has continued to meet with members taking turns hosting. A topic is chosen for discussion that deepens our connection and spirituality.
Our members continue to participate in Social Justice Initiatives throughout our community
A favourite part of Sunday service is the Story for All Ages, when children are invited to join the storyteller at the front of the room
Children's programming (ages 1-12) is provided in a child-friendly room during the 2nd half of the service
Through play, crafts and sharing activities, children are encouraged to explore the Principles of Unitarian Universalism, the natural world and our connections to the larger community
We encourage our children to attend the Unitarian Universalist summer camp, Unicamp, by offering a bursary to help cover camping fees. Unicamp is located in the beautiful Mulmur Hills near Honeywood, Ontario. https://unicampofontario.ca/
Some of our youth have been counsellors at Uni-Camp
See below for our 7 Principles of Unitarianism in a child-friendly, simpler language