The Canadian Unitarian Council (CUC) is an organization of Unitarian and Unitarian Universalist member congregations and individual Unitarian Universalists acting to enhance, nurture and promote the Unitarian and Unitarian Universalist religion in Canada.
Learn more this way:
- Subscribe to the CUC Monthly eNews.
- Read the January 2021 CUC eNews
- Read previous issues of the CUC Monthly eNews
- Pad your resume! Join in local discussions with UCV’s Unitarian Universalist Connections Committee (UUCC) about CUC’s mission, vision, goals, and strategic priorities, and, if you’re a congregational member or an associate member, become eligible to be a voting delegate. Contact UUCC Chair Keith Wilkinson, or members Lynn Armstrong, Kiersten Moore, Olivia Hall, or Emilie Adin.
Mark your calendar
for the 2021 Canadian Unitarian Council Conference and take part from the comfort of your home!
CUC National Conference 2021: Sustaining Our Light – Online via Zoom
- Saturday, 8 May 2021 – CUC AGM
- Friday, May 14 – Sunday, 16, 2021
- Details to follow at the CUC Conference website. (Registration opens 15 Mar 2021)
Participate in the AGM Motions Roundtable 2021
Saturday, 20 February 2021 at 9 am PT |10 am MT | 11 am CT |12 pm ET |1 pm AT
Online via Zoom: http://bit.ly/CUCMotions Join us for a discussion session on the motions…
(The big stone photos were taken at E’eyalmo in winter 2021 and spring 2020.)
And while you’re waiting…here are a few book and podcast suggestions from me (Keith Wilkinson) that I thought were consistent with Unitarian principles and sources. My 8 favourites are marked with asterisks*.
On democracy and autocracy
- Sarah Kendzior, 2020. Hiding in plain sight *
- Sarah Kendzior, 2018. The view from flyover country
- Steven Livitsky & Daniel Ziblatt, 2018. How democracies die *
- Kishore Mahbubani, 2018. Has the West lost it?
- Timothy Snyder, 2017. On tyranny *
- Hannah Arendt, 1973, The origins of totalitarianism
- Left right and centre (a PRX podcast) *
“PRX is a non-profit media company specializing in audio journalism and storytelling. We believe strong public media is anchored in journalism, strengthened with diverse voices, and amplified by innovative technology”)
- IQ2US Debates – Intelligence Squared US Debates (a Panoply podcast) *
On equity and racial justice
- Layla F. Saad, 2020. Me and white supremacy
- Isabel Wilkerson, 2020. Caste: The origins of our discontents *
- Isabel Wilkerson, 2010. The warmth of other suns
On persistence and gender equity
- Victoria James, 2020. Wine girl
- Sara Seager, 2020. The smallest lights in the universe *
- Chris Hadfield, 2013. An astronaut’s guide to life
- Margaret Atwood, 2020. Dearly *