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Our Sunday Services Committee is busy making plans for the year to come. Want to join in? Contact Carey and Hannah (care of Holly) at admin@guelph-unitarians.com

WATER COMMUNION

122 Harris St / Zoom

Despite a tendency to avoid "Churchy" language there are some rites that are standard fare among Unitarians.   After the Summer break the Water Communion marks our communing together once again. As described by the UUA:   "During the appointed time in the service, people one by one pour their water together into a large …

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WHISPER, WIND AND WISH: A SERMON BY REV. JESS OF GRU READ BY LORNA WYLLSUN

122 Harris St / Zoom

This service marks the beginning of an experiment the Sunday Services Committee is inviting you to participate in as we attempt to continue providing meaningful content and experiences while also continuing to care for our precious human resources.  You will receive more information about this over the coming weeks.   For now please join us Sunday …

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Unicorn Rebellion

122 Harris St / Zoom

Chris Paul (Rainbows) Farias is a Creative Director and Partner at Unicorn Rebellion, a creative agency working with good people to do good things. They are an author/illustrator, speaker and queer activist. They also have the bylaw-maximum number of chickens in their backyard! Chris will be speaking about queer inclusion and belonging.

Thanksgiving Service

122 Harris St / Zoom

You are invited to co-create our gathering on Sunday, October 9 at 11:00 am.  Think of this as a Sunday Service Potluck where you bring your favourite elements of a service to share. This might be a children’s story, songs, special readings or stories about gratitude that are meaningful for you. We will gather in a …

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Samhain

122 Harris St / Zoom

Leaves are falling. Frost shrivels foliage, so plants decay. Their wrinkled bodies promise enriched soil for Spring.  Let us join nature’s cycle, honouring loss and birth.  Truly, change is the only constant and grace depends on our ability to accept and celebrate, to resist clinging to what was, so we can rest and prepare.  Together, …

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Two-Spirit Presentation

122 Harris St / Zoom

Laura Couchie will share the history and context behind what "Two Spirit" means and how it used to describe gender and relationships across many Indigenous people and communities. Connections to Indigenous language, culture and ways of life will be shared to illustrate how colonialism has impacted gender and relationships in Indigenous communities. Bio:  Laura is Anishinaabe (Ojibwe) …

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Radical Inclusion Service: Polyamory

122 Harris St / Zoom

Polyamory: Love, Consent and Communication Polyamory (also known as Consensual Non-Monogamy, Ethical Non-Monogamy or Radical Relationships) is a relationship model practiced across Canada and around the world. Our talk will discuss the nature of polyamory and the legal, social, economic and emotional challenges/benefits of sharing love beyond a framework of monogamy. Speakers:  Zoe Duff - a director and spokesperson for the Canadian Polyamory …

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The Wisdom of the Herd

122 Harris St / Zoom

Many of us are plagued by the fast pace of our current society and this time of year can be particularly chaotic. We can put undue pressure onto ourselves and our children. Join us Sunday November 27 for something quite different. Slowing down enhances our capacity for connection and joy. It makes room for creativity and self-expression. …

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Songs of Hope and Joy

122 Harris St / Zoom

Join us on Sunday for a Chalice Cafe based around “Songs of Joy and Hope”. The invitation is to share with us music that brings you (And hopefully others!) joy and hope in this troubled world. The invitation to share is via: Send us a you tube link or song title at Sundayservices@guelph-unitarians.com and we will try …

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