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Provincial Election Candidates Forum: All Parties Election Forum on Environment and Social Justice
Wednesday, May 3, 7-9 pm
Location: Unitarian Church of Vancouver
Co-sponsored by the Social Justice and Environment Committees, Unitarian Church of Vancouver, and the Suzuki Elders of the David Suzuki Foundation.
The forum will focus on Social Justice (ending poverty, welfare rates, child care, affordable housing); Environment/Sustainability (transportation, Deas Island Bridge); and Jobs and the Economy (Party plans for a clean green economy with sustainable long term employment).
This Sunday’s Service
Does Religion Have an Auto-immune Disease?
Rev. Dr. Steven Epperson
Sanctuary :: Sunday, April 30 :: 11 am
This provocative idea was recently put forward by Rabbi Donniel Hartman. The impulse to privilege a relationship with God, he contends, too often undermines the deepest values of religion – helping to create morally sensitive and active people and ethical societies.
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The Unitarian Church of Vancouver (UCV) welcomes everyone. And of course, everyone in the video above – Why I Come to UCV – was once new to UCV. If you’re new to UCV, you most likely have in mind one or both of these two questions:
Is this for me? Maybe. See what you think.
Can anyone hold a function here? Yes. Take a look.
We’d be delighted to help you with these questions in person, on the phone, or by email. You can also find out more right now. Click on one of the links (in green) above. Or on the menu at the top of the page, check out the options under Who We Are for the first question, and under Bookings for the second. If you’d like discuss either of these or any other questions with someone here, please contact us.
What else? Well, there is a lot that goes on around here – at 49th and Oak – and you don’t have to be a member to take part. Anyone can do anything except vote at a general meeting of the church or chair one of the committees. And anyone can go anywhere on this website that a member can. To see for yourself what you can do, click here.