Sunday services are at 10:30 am. unless otherwise indicated.
Theodora Brinckman is Executive Director of the MAB Mackay Centre Foundation in Montreal. In this role she has journeyed into the soul and energy of the philanthropic movement and developed a broad, thought-provoking, and inspiring interpretation of what being a philanthropist has come to mean to her.
Just what does it mean to give back?
Note: Following the service, you are warmly invited to an informal reception in the Avery Booth Hall in celebration of the recent marriage of our minister, Rev. Carole Martignacco, and Major David Turner.
Potluck night for families with young children (and those who enjoy being with them). Join us for an evening of food, friends and fun together. Beverages will be provided - coffee, tea, juice. Please bring a dish to share.
Afterwards, we will have a discussion on a parenting topic. Child care will be provided. This will be part of a series which we would like to have once per month.
Please RSVP and send your suggestion for a topic to Amanda Hillenburg (email@example.com), Rev. Carole Martignacco (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Jane Gowman (email@example.com)
Downstairs, in Stoddard Hall
Words can hurt, words can soothe, words can inspire. Mark Abley is a writer and a columnist for the Montreal Gazette, fascinated by the power of words. He is also a member of the Unitarian Church of Montreal. This will be his third visit to our pulpit.
Robert Chadwick is a scholar of religion and an archaeologist. He will discuss this fascinating pursuit of deeper knowledge about ancient religion.
Doug Mitchell is a lawyer with a deep interest in charitable work. He is particularly interested in the phenomenon of autism, and how to make the lives of those touched by this phenomenon a little better.
An invitation to all to participate in sharing a portion of water that represents a place or a memory of significance.
Once again, as summer begins to close, we take 'church' into the great outdoors. Join us for a hike at 11am followed by a picnic lunch at noon, all at the Cowan-Weber cottage on Cedarville Road in Ogden. Phone 819-349-8569 for details, or if you find yourself lost. Car pooling departure from UUEstrie at 10:05.
Away from UU Estrie
An interfaith service celebrating the harvest season, drawing from the Jewish tradition.
Join us for our annual Thanksgiving service at the historic Huntingville Universalist Church, Rte 147, in Huntingville. The plate collection will go towards the maintenance of the Huntingville Universalist Church building.
Away from UU Estrie
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