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Sunday Services – start at 10:30 AM
There is no separate programming for Children & Youth in August. All ages are welcome to attend the 10:30 AM service.
Our services over summer are more informal and tend to be smaller in size, which makes it a great opportunity to have more leisurely conversations and get to know each other.
There are No services on the summer long weekends.
Aug 05 – NO Service
Aug 12 – Saskatchewan Economy & Resources – Wealth Sharing, Ethical Economies and meaningful participation. Speaker: Daeren Gall
Aug 19 – What Love and Justice Look Like Now by Rev Karen Fraser Gitlitz (recorded presentation), Liz James: service leader
Each year, one Minister from across Canada is selected to speak at the national convention to Unitarians from across the country, delivering the Confluence Lecture. This year Rev Karen was selected, to speak on the topic of the modern take on love and justice. “I’ve been in ministry serving congregations as a professional minister for 10 years”, Karen said in an interview about the lecture, “so it seemed like a particularly good time for me to think about ‘Well, what have I learned over the past 10 years?’”
Their will be discussion opportunity after the presentation.
Aug 26 – Singing for Everyone, with Kathryn Green, Director of the Circle of Song
Sep 2 – NO Service
11:45 AM – 12:45 PM
After tea & coffee join in one of the after-service activities. This time is a great way to get to know people and to explore topics in more depth.
Each month we focus on a theme, which we explore in our Sunday Services, in small groups, and in a variety of workshops and other offerings. Our monthly explorations package is intended to spark individual reflection and group discussion. It offers quotes, poems, and wisdom from a variety of traditions as well as links to resources on the internet and recommendations for books and movies. The packet is available free to anyone who would like to sign up for it (see below).