April 14/24

 

Sunday, April  14/24 10:30am

Who Do We Choose to Be?
Speaker: Rev. Samaya Oakley
Service Leader: Nazeem Muhajarine

That we live in unprecedented times is a refrain we hear too often these days. All the ways of living and being in the world have fallen away. As we begin to make our way forward into who knows what, how is it that we can love ourselves, our congregations, and our communities into a new wholeness. What do we want to be remembered for? Who do we choose to be in these times.

The Rev. Samaya Oakley serves as the Minister for Calgary Unitarians. Once Rev. Samaya started attending a Unitarian Universalist congregation, she quickly became active continentally though the Youth Office of the UUA. After fifteen years of youth ministry, she entered ministry ten years ago. In that time, she has been involved in the CUC’s Truth and Healing and Reconciliation Reflection Guide team as well as the Canadian Widening the Circle team. She holds at the heart of her ministry the importance of relationships and compassion. Rev. Samaya is a strong believer in social justice and believes that our theology calls us to be active agents for love and justice in the world.

This is the final service in the Meaning Making in Liminal Times Series, sponsored by Saskatoon Unitarians.

 

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