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FreeThinkers’ Book Club Members choose books to read next year

At their final meeting of the year, the FreeThinkers held a pitched contest to choose selections for next year. Members were invited to pitch one or two books, telling us why the book was both interesting and useful (or just plane fun), as well accessibility, format details, costs, library availability etc. Then each member was …

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Wednesday Evening Conversation Nights

Tuesday Night Coffee Hours and Rev Anne’s Wednesday’s meetings are done for the Summer, Now we have Wednesday Evening Conversation Nights NEW DAY – ALL ARE WELCOME  Wednesday evenings at 7:00pm Each meeting will have a different topic. July 1’s topic is Staycation (a vacation spent in one’s home country rather than abroad, or one …

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From the Minister’s Study… Summer 2020

From the Minister’s Study Seasons of Growth From the Minister’s Study… Summer 2020 Beloveds, What a year this spring has been! My fondest hope is that you have a peaceful summer, in the safe company of loved ones. May you find ways to be in nature, filling your lungs with fresh air and sunshine, and opportunities …

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Black Lives Matter – A Canadian Perspective

Featured Events: Black Lives Matter Roundtable: A Canadian UU Perspective Thursday, June 25 5:00 PM  Join a panel of Canadian UUs, including representatives of our Dismantling Racism study group, and facilitated by CUC staff, for an enlightening discussion about systemic racism in Canada. Together we will consider how we can respond individually and as a community of faith, …

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Canadian Unitarian Council Releases Statement On Police Violence Against Indigenous People

Photo Credit BriarPatch Magazine In 2020, more Indigenous people have died as a direct result of their interactions with Canadian police forces. Most recently the deaths of Chantal Moore and Rodney Levi in New Brunswick, and Eisha Hudson, Jason Collins, and Stewart Kevin Andrews in Winnipeg have illustrated the tragic results of the systemic oppressions …

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