In the wake and ripples of #metoo and #timesup, and the rising tide of men’s rights activists and incels, what does it mean to Reimagine Masculinity, as a recent conference in Victoria encouraged? What does it mean now to be a boy or a man, … read more.
June 11 is designated “National Day of Healing and Reconciliation” whose aim is to “effect healing and reconciliation among all races, creeds and denominations residing in Canada.”
Did we know how wide and deep that aim is? And what does is mean to heal and reconcile? … read more.
We have learned the value of being present, in the moment, to ourselves, to the earth, and to the people around us. But as human beings, we have also survived and thrived based on living through habits, developing routines, and not having to think about … read more.
As we navigate the complexities of our lives, what guides our steps? What holds us steady? What changes our course?
Join us as we reflect on meaning and mysteries on life’s journey.
This is a pulpit exchange event. North Shore Unitarian ministers Revs. Emily and … read more.
As UUs we are keenly aware of the Interdependent Web of Existence. The concept is enshrined in our core seven principles. When it comes to ministry, interdependence means that we all share the ministry of the church and minister to each other.
I recently was on … read more.
The Camino de Santiago in northern Spain is one of the most important pilgrimage routes in the Catholic Church. Over 200,000 pilgrims arrive in Santiago de Compostela annually. Pilgrims come from around the world to walk at least 100 km and often more than 800 … read more.
On this Father’s Day, we will consider how the role and contribution of fathering has taken some fascinating and sometimes underappreciated turns for the better.
We will also be celebrating the bridging of some of our fabulous teens out of the Youth Program and into … read more.
August 7, 2016
Looking Forward and Looking Back