The Service will be broadcast over Zoom.
The Zoom Link will be posted in the weekly email and in the Sunshine Room on Facebook
 

 

One breath at a time, One breath at a time, that's where peace comes in, One breath at a time

One step at a time, one step at a time, that's where grace comes in, one step at a time.  Karen Drucker

Rein Jackson

Rein Jackson became a member of UCG over 25 years ago when she was searching for a faith community for her and her young family.

Over the years she's run the children's Religious Exploration program which included organizing a children’s art exhibit in the Sunshine Room, she has also served on the Board at different times as Member at Large and most recently has helped with the Equity Committee.  

Throughout her time at UCG Rein has recognized the importance being part of spiritual community plays in her life and welcomes the opportunity to support others as a Peer Spiritual Care companion.  When not at UCG, Rein works as an Educational Assistant, Practices yoga and meditation, does Reiki on the side and is an avid beekeeper! 

To connect with Rein, email: UCGcares@gmail.com and please put Rein in the subject line.

Awaken to the mystery of being here...enter the quiet immensity of your own presence woven around the heart of wonder- John O’Donohue

Carey McDonald

Carey McDonald, is a resident of Guelph and has been attending the Unitarian Congregation of Guelph since May 2018, serving on the Sunday Services team, POD and a lead facilitator for the Dismantling Racism Group.

Carey is a Workforce Analyst and is grateful for the opportunity to help and support others within this role. When Carey isn’t working, he enjoys the outdoors, being in nature, reading and spending time with loved ones.

Carey is a gentle, kind and creative person. He seeks to create connections and relationships and enjoys getting to know new people.

As a Unitarian Universalist, Carey is most connected to the understanding of the inherent worth of each person and believes deeply in the idea of “calling in” rather then “calling out."  In his own words, “I felt the need to be in community and not necessarily part of a specific creed.

Unitarian Universalism has given me the opportunity to be together with others and focus on deeds, not creeds. I see the value in the many paths and views that exist, there is a unity to diversity.” 

To contact Carey, please email UCGcares@gmail.com and put Carey in the subject line.

My heart and your heart are old friends.  Rumi

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