Sunday services are at 10:30 am. unless otherwise indicated.
Dr. Charles Larson, McGill University and UBC, is the director of the University of British Columbia's Centre for International Child Health. He has lived and worked in many countries in the field of community health, and will have many interesting insights to share.
Contemporary Worship with lots of music. A number of local musicians have been invited to give us an eclectic mix of spiritual songs, which will constitute the bulk of this fairly spontaneous and creative worship service.
We shall close our summer season with our traditional hike and outdoor worship and picnic lunch at the Jensen farm, 16 Bowen Rd. in Hatley. All welcome. No service in North Hatley-- just come directly to the farm for 10:30 am. Bring your picnic lunch or something to share.
Away from UU Estrie
To get a good table in the dining room, we may need reservations. But playing full out requires courageously dealing with whatever holds us back. What does it mean to live fully engaged, as if this is the only life there is?
Christina Reimer is a professor of religion at Bishop's University, with a particular interest in the phenomenon of Christian fundamentalism and its tendency to augment violence in the world.
The speed and stress and fear and over-stimulation of contemporary society takes its toll. Especially on children.
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