Our programs for Adults strive to provide opportunities for members and friends to deepen their connection with other members, lifelong learning and enrichment, explore Unitarian Universalism, and building relationships within our religious community. With workshops, film discussion groups, and book clubs, we share our personal stories, explore religious and theological questions, and clarify or challenge our moral and ethical persuasions. Most importantly we discover fellowship and friendship on our individual spiritual journey and search for truth and meaning.
The Book Club meets once a month on the fourth Tuesday of each month from September to November. We meet again on the fourth Tuesday of each month from January to May. Our meetings are held in the Barn from 12:00 p.m. to 2:00 p.m. You bring your lunch.
Everyone is invited, even if you haven’t read or finished the book we have selected.. All of us play a part in choosing the books and everyone has a chance to talk about what you like or dislike. Everyone is welcome to attend.
Anyone who knows the basics of bridge bidding and play is welcome to join us. You don’t need to bring a partner but please let me know if you are coming. We will have a break with coffee, tea and cookies.
For more information contact Douglas Hill at 905-891-3951 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Our choir, Voices UUnited starts up on Sunday at 9:30 a.m. in mid-September with Abigail Freeman, our Music Director. If you’d like to come out and join us we’d be happy to have you. We will rehearse every Sunday morning from 9:30 to 10:00 plus once a month after service and perform an anthem approximately every second Sunday. There is no audition and you do not need to read music – just love to sing. We welcome all.
Join the group of people who came together after the Women’s March on January 21 to discuss what to do to promote human rights and social progress in these challenging times. We will be writing to our elected representatives on issues relating to democracy and human rights.
All are welcome. “Double Up our Huddle Up: Bring a Friend”
Feeling creative? Come out and deepen your spirit through practices that engage body, mind, and emotion.
Join DLL Pamela and Rev. Fiona on the second Wednesday of each month at 7:00pm to take some time together to create and share. Everyone is welcome to participate, whether they are in a theme group or not. Some months may have a small cost for materials.
We call it the Daytimers because most of the people who come are available most or some Wednesday afternoons on the first and third Wednesdays of October and November. We carry on the first and third Wednesdays of January – May.
We start in the Great Hall at noon for a lunch you bring. (It’s okay if you are late, lots of people are.) Men and women are invited to attend. After lunch we talk about the various presentations, trips, DVD’s, local movies travelogues we might like to see. On the first meeting, that is what we will do, so don’t miss getting your favourite activity on the list!
Any Questions? Ask Virginia Culbert or anyone who participates. It’s fun!
Are you looking for more in-depth, thoughtful conversation about life’s big questions? Come out to our new evenings of Table Talk, where we gather in small groups, enjoy tea and snacks, and respond to conversation starters. This is an opportunity to connect with one another and reflect on the way we live our lives.
Everyone is welcome, bring a friend! Register at email@example.com.
Theme Groups will meet once a month at the times: Thursday afternoon, Sunday after service, and Tuesday on-line. You join one group and commit to that time. While you will get more out of the experience if you do the exercises and consider the questions, all are welcome to join a group. Some months you may be able to spend time on the theme, others you may only have participated in a single service. All are welcome to join and participate as best you can.
Theme groups will begin in October and run through May.Register at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Join us for an evening of fun, relaxation and stretching. Classes are led by Bob Ryan. A minimum fee of $7 is suggested or PWYC. Bring a yoga mat, block, strap and a water bottle (required and not provided).
There is a basic level of mobility required to participate safely. If a student has had hip or knee re-placement they are responsible to have their family physician clear them for participation. . Helpful items that may be borrowed if you don’t have them include a knee pad, a block and a rope.
Participants should arrive at 7:15pm, class commences at 7:30pm sharp.
Rev. Carly Gaylor Biography
Rev. Carly Gaylor was ordained as a Unitarian Universalist minister in 2013 and completed her 200 hour yoga teacher certification at De La Sol Yoga in 2015. She has also studied introductory yoga therapy with Susi Hately and children’s yoga with Yoga Rocks. Carly currently works at the Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Durham and lives in Hamilton with her partner, Curtis Murphy. She is passionate about spiritual growth, intentional community-building, and social justice, and she believes that Unitarian Universalist community and yoga have much to offer one another.