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Welcome back to the Unitarian Fellowship of Northwest Toronto online.
If you are joining us for the first time, we welcome you.
Please join us. Services begin at 10:30am.
We are staying connected and well during the pandemic. Our physical site is closed for now due to COVID-19. Our church minister and members are keeping the spirit of Northwest alive through weekly Sunday Services on Zoom.
Sunday, November 1, 2020 @10:30am
"The Theology of Democracy:
What does the US election mean for us as Canadians?"
Speaker: Rev. Pat Trudeau
Reader: Melanie Walters
Technical Assistance: Wilburn Hayden
Please remember to move your clocks back one hour on Saturday night!
The US election is just days away and the stakes are high. Many Unitarian Universalist Canadians have been following the news with apt attention and deep concern for the democratic process and for friends and family living south of the border. In her sermon on October 4, UUA president Susan Frederick-Gray spoke about the US elections and the power of democratic engagement to create the world we want to live in. She closed with this reminder – an excellent one to hold in our hearts this week:
“May we remember that we are held by love always. May we remember that we are held by and with one another.
And may we all together, be all in today, tomorrow, next month, next year for justice, for love, for democracy and for a future that is free and thriving for all people. “
Rev Pat will speak about the democratic process and she invites you to consider the US election in light of the 5th principle. There will be time for discussion.
Meeting ID: 995 7848 7910