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Sunday, June 10, 2018 @ 10:30am
Annual General Meeting and Potluck Lunch


Sunday Services

Please join us. Services begin at 10:30am.



We wish to provide a scent-free environment for people with chemical sensitivities. Please refrain from wearing perfumes, aftershaves and other strongly scented products when you visit us.



Sunday, May 27, 2018 @ 10:30am
"Poor No More"
Service Leader: Melanie

Poor No More is a fascinating documentary film directed by Canadian filmmakers Bert Deveaux and Suzanne Babin. It’s hosted by Canadian comedian and actress Mary Walsh. The film looks at creative solutions for Canada’s working poor by following two working Canadians and Mary Walsh who travel to Ireland and Sweden, to take a closer look at how these countries have handled poverty. The film discusses Canada's need for better social services in regards to unemployment insurance, universal health care, pensions, and full-time union-protected jobs. Poor No More shows how, in Sweden, the labour movement works hand-in-hand with corporations, ensuring a stronger social safety net, offering universal child care, and income and training systems for the unemployed. The film is an eye-opener showing that poverty can be eliminated with the right systems in place. It’s all a matter of where countries place their priorities.



Sunday, June 3, 2018 @ 10:30am
"Rock Your True Inner Beauty "
Speaker: Sarah-Jean Villa 
Service Leader: Melanie

Sarah-Jean Villa is a singer, songwriter, actor, choral performer, and motivational speaker who is unafraid to be adventurous, truthful, quirky, and edgy. She has been singing and performing since the age of three. In 2011, Sarah-Jean played a major role with the Girls Rock Camp Mississauga teaching young girls not only vocalization techniques, but also how to develop positive self-esteem through a workshop titled “Rock Your True Inner Beauty.” On her birthday in 2012, she decided to give back to the community by volunteering with “Straight to the Streets,” a clothing drive for people who are homeless. As one of her websites declares: “…Material things don’t bring you true happiness; only self-love and love for others does.” Sarah-Jean is active at the Unitarian Congregation of Mississauga. Come hear her life story and enjoy her extraordinary musical talents!



Many of our members and guests are sensitive to the chemicals in strongly scented products. Please refrain from wearing perfume, aftershave and other scented products when you visit us.