Where do you find inspiration? Some find it in books, others in the deeds of brave individuals, while others in the beauty of nature. I have recently been inspired by Rev. Dr. Mark Morrison-Reed. He was raised in the Unitarian Universalist faith and ordained in 1979. His messages are clear, sometimes hard to hear, and always filled with love. This service will explore his writings and historical discoveries, along with implications for the future of Unitarian Universalism. Speaker: Rosemary Morrison Read the sermon: RosemaryMorrison_ConnectionsandConversations Writings in UU World Magazine by Rev. Dr. Mark Morrison-Reed Mark Morrison-Reed was President of the CUC when the CUC and UUA separated. Here’s a speech he gave at that time.
After escaping Burundi Rev. Fulgence Ndagijimana came to Canada as a refugee. He will share his experience of how partnership has the potential to help all concerned grow and adopt different perspectives. He strongly believes that that the Unitarian movement holds a collective power.
A year ago, Canadian Unitarians affirmed a new Vision Statement for our denomination with the concept of interdependence at its core. The Chalice Choir sings. Rev. Dr. Steven Epperson Listen: Order of Service: Read: As Canadian Unitarian Universalists, we envision a world in which our interdependence calls us to love and justice. These 5 Aspirations guide us in living out our faith: As Canadian Unitarian Universalists, we are Deeply Connected, Radically Inclusive, Actively Engaged, Theologically Alive, and Spiritually Grounded.
In this service, a week before the Canadian Unitarian Council Annual General Meeting, we’ll have a look at some of the activities and back stories of the Unitarian Universalist movement across Canada and globally. Keith Wilkinson is president of the Canadian Unitarian Council.
February 2, 2014 Unitarians in Canada: Transformative Dynamic, Joyful? A sermon by Rev. Steven Epperson Listen: Read:
Mark Morrison-Reed October 29 2012