Sunday services are at 10:30 am. unless otherwise indicated.
Christina Reimer is a professor of religion at Bishop's University, with a particular interest in the phenomenon of Christian fundamentalism and its impacts on society.
At recent UU Estre Town Hall Meetings a longing has been expressed for finding some common cause for justice. What if, beyond our concern for the nation and the world, we might find our galvanizing project right under our own feet? Bring your good hearts and ideas; let's explore options for engagement here and now.
We celebrate Canadian Thanksgiving at the historic Huntingville Universalist Church, on route 147 in Huntingville. No service in North Hatley
Away from UU Estrie
Each year we take one Sunday to recognize the the common goal of peace, justice and liberty for all people in all nations of the world.
This day's collection plate will be a special collection to support the UU United Nations Office, and NGO that plays a major role among NGOs affiliated with the UN, and that hosts a spring seminar for youth and adults in April each year at the UN in New York.
Singing is good for the soul. Wendy is an experienced singer and chorister, who leads wokshops designed to get everyone singing lustily, without fear. Various exercises will help us release our inner song, and improve our singing every week at worship! All members and friends are welcome to take part in this 2 1/2 hour session on Saturday afternoon. Members of the public are also welcome; we suggest a small donation to UuEstrie in this case.
A serice in memory of friends and loved ones who have recently passed away. A joint service with l'Olivier, a francophone group devoted to the spiritual connection we have with the departed. Personal testimonies from everyone who would like to participate are welcome.
The speed and stress and fear and over-stimulation of contemporary society takes its toll. Especially on children.
Blondine Maurice leads workshops in Simplicity Parenting as well as Inner Clown Play. She was the pioneer Waldorf teacher in the Eastern Townships, starting 'l'0iseau d'or' kindergarten in her home 1986. (L'Oiseau d'or later occupied our own Stoddard Hall for two years in 1990-92!)
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