We are gathering in person this Sunday at 10:30am!
This Sunday at 10:30am I will be exploring our seventh principle, the one dearest to my heart: respect for the interdependent web of all existence of which we are a part. Despite the awkward wording, this is the principle which affirmed for me that Unitarian Universalism was my spiritual home. How does a theology of interdependence guide us in this time of climate crisis? We welcome Susan Berry as a new service leader and she will also be speaking to the good work of the Mississauga Climate Action Group.
This is a multi-platform service – we will be in person in the Great Hall, with Zoom and YouTube options. At the building, we will stay outside before the service (unless it is raining) and exit shortly after. We are working on safety protocols to bring a safe return to coffee hour in a few weeks. Please register for contact tracing purposes but know that you can also just show up on the day. Thank you all for your patience as we live into this new way of being together.
For in person Service, register here: https://uucm.ca/registration-sunday-service/
Our safety protocols include:
Limit to 60 attendees
Registration in advance
Attendees be fully vaccinated
Masks must be worn indoors
Chairs will be spaced into household groups
No congregational singing
Sunday Services Zoom Link
Time: October 3, 2021 10:30 AM Eastern Time (US and Canada)
Join Zoom Meeting
Meeting ID: 881 5564 8070
Phone In via: 647-374-4685
The YouTube livestream of the Service will also be available to subscibers to the UCM channel:
Please be aware our livestream is public. Although it is unlikely for you to appear, if you want to ensure you are not visible please keep your video off during the service.
If you have some time to share, please consider helping out at UCM! We are in need of Zoom Hosts, sound system operators, greeters, cleaners and more. We have lots of small occasional tasks that need doing – many hands make light work. Please contact Wendy Shusterman for details.
I look forward to being together in the Great Hall this Sunday.