THE REVEREND MARK DEWOLFE SERMONS
The Reverend Mark Moshe DeWolfe was the minister at the Unitarian Church in Mississauga from 1982 until his untimely death in 1988. Reverend DeWolfe was the first openly gay minister in Canada. He was much loved by his congregation and was known for his devotion to social justice issues.
“Now, have I told you who I am? Probably not. You’ve read what I’ve done, how I’ve changed. But who am I now, mind, heart, body, spirit?
Mind: I have a love of history, especially our Unitarian Universalist history … I enjoy theology too—both the philosophical and the more personal varieties.
Heart: I am a lover of life.
Body: All my life I have loved to dance.
Spirit: Spirituality is a hard word for Unitarian Universalist, yet many people joining our churches now are doing it to explore the spiritual dimensions of their lives. I do believe it is possible for a humanist to be spiritual.”
Rev. Mark Moshe DeWolfe