Sunday Services

Sunday, September 12 at 10:30 am – online
Roots Hold Me Close: Wings Set Me Free: Reflections on Belonging
With Rev. Karen Fraser Gitlitz and Service Leader Patricia Pavey
Roots hold me close; wings set me free: Reflections on belonging.
We are looking forward to reconnecting with you! This past summer was a unique one. Well, actually, the whole last year and a half has been … different. What have we learned about ourselves and our community? What supports us and sustains us in difficult times? Rev. Karen will reflect on her personal experiences.
To participate online at 10:30 am register by clicking here.

Sunday, September 19 at various times – online and in person
Water is Source, Water is Life: Our Annual Ingathering Water Communion Service
10:00 am – in person
10:30 am – in person and online
11:00 am – in person
With Director of Family Ministries Kate Garduño-King and Rev. Karen Fraser Gitlitz
Take a step back into community and join us on our front lawn for our annual ingathering service (or participate online). There will be three in person mini-services celebrating the waters that connect us all, at 10:00, 10:30 and 11:00 am — choose the time that suits you best. Bring some water to represent your journey this past year and pour it into the bowl of our communal waters. Following our SU covid guidelines, vaccination is encouraged for in person gatherings. Also, in person gatherings are limited in size to keep everyone covid-safe; please sign up to let us know which service you plan to attend by clicking here.
To participate online at 10:30 am register by clicking here.

Sunday, September 26 at 10:30 am – online
Restorative Justice: A Relational Worldview
With Dr. Muhammad Asadullah
This talk will explore genesis story of Restorative Justice (RJ) in Canada. It will also highlights RJ practices in Schools, Communities and Prisons. Role of restorative justice in nurturing relationships with each other will be explored in detail.
A Saskatchewan UU Shared Sunday Service hosted by the Unitarian Fellowship of Regina.

Dr. Muhammad Asadullah is an Assistant Professor at the University of Regina’s Department of Justice Studies. Prior to joining UofR, he taught at Simon Fraser University, the University of the Fraser Valley, and Kwantlen Polytechnic University. He completed his PhD as well as a Masters in Criminology from Simon Fraser University, Canada. He also holds a Masters in Conflict Transformation from Eastern Mennonite University, USA. He is the recipient of multiple awards and scholarships, including Neekaneewak Indigenous Leadership Awards, Contemplative Social Justice Scholar Award and Law Foundation Scholarship in Restorative Justice.
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