Sunday Services & children’s program are at 10:30 AM, Youth program happens every other Sunday
Please note times for *special services
Dec 1 – Generation to Generation, Speaker: Rev. Karen Fraser Gitlitz; Service Leader: Allen Lewis
How is it that different generations come to see the world in such different ways? This morning we will explore the experiences, practices and values that have shaped the generations present in the room. Come prepared for a conversation! The children will begin and end with us.
Second Hour: Extended coffee hour and Finger foods. We invite you to bring finger food snacks to share, anything that can be eaten standing up with a napkin. We want to minimize clean up and have fun.
Dec 8 – Holiday Memories, Panel of Speakers; Service Leader: Liz James
Once you really dig in, it’s remarkable to learn how many different ways there are to celebrate the season. Come hear a panel of Saskatoon Unitarians talk about their memories of the season, and sing some carols! Blurb for second hour: Have holiday memories of your own? Come swap stories from the season.
Second Hour: Liz James to lead sharing circle on Christmas memories
Dec 15 – Betrayal and Forgiveness, Speaker: Rev. Karen Fraser Gitlitz; Service Leader: Nicole Kidder
Betrayal and other similar hurts cut deep. What resources do we have to move through these difficult times and what is the role of forgiveness? (This sermon will be broadcast on Facebook Live)
Second Hour: Extended Coffee, time to visit and create community.
*Dec 21 – 7:00 pm – Winter Solstice Labyrinth Walk and community social, Contact: Rev. Karen Fraser Gitlitz
Join us for our second annual Winter solstice labyrinth walk with live music. Opening ritual at 7pm, closing at 8:45. Drop in to walk the labyrinth or stay for the evening, listening to the music and joining us in the lower hall for coffee, tea and seasonal treats.
Dec 22 – A Lawyer’s Perspective on Restorative Justice, Speaker: Rodger Linka; Service Leader: Janice Braden
Rodger Linka is a Regina based lawyer who has held the position of Deputy Chief Adjudicator in the Indian Residential Schools Independent Assessment Process since 2007. Recently, he established a company bringing together like minded adjudicators from across Canada that follow a restorative justice approach. Rodger recently spoke at the Unitarian Fellowship of Regina, who recommended his talk to us very highly.
Second Hour: Come join Janice and Rodger for a lively discussion of the day’s service topic.
*Dec 24 – 7:00 PM – Christmas Eve Candlelit service, Speaker: Rev. Karen Fraser Gitlitz; Service Leader: Sage Baxter
A service of readings and carols celebrating traditional and non-traditional perspectives on the season. We close by singing Silent Night by candlelight.
Dec 29 – 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.