Join us for the 100th anniversary of the Unitarian Flower Communion. We’ll take time in this serve to bless each other as we take a break from our regular Sunday services over the summer.
Speaker: Rev. Samaya Oakley
Rev. Samaya Oakley has been the Minister of the South Fraser Unitarians since August 2016. She received her Masters of Divinity from the Vancouver School of Theology and has worked with Unitarian Universalist communities at the local, national and continental levels for the past twenty years.
Bruce Cockburn has been capturing in song the depth of the human experience while at the same time striving to make it better. We’ll explore the lessons his life has for us as we work to build the Beloved Community.
When the movie series The Fellowship of the Ring burst onto the movie scene just over twenty years ago, a whole new generation fell in love with this classic epic fantasy adventure story. Join Rev. Samaya for an exploration of what lessons we can take from the Fellowship of the Ring.
It’s been several years, but it’s back! Rev. Samaya answers your questions about Unitarian Universalism!
Moving from an individually focused culture to one that considers the impacts of the community requires the ability to listen deeply to one another. It is in this deep listening that we are profoundly changed as human beings.
When we hold love at the center of our being, we can awaken to new possibilities that were not possible before. What does it mean to hold love at the center of who we are as we make our way forward in an endemic world?
One aspect of our mission statement is to connect by forming meaningful relationships. As we come together on this Easter Sunday, let’s look at what communion and connection have to do with each other.
The movie, the Matrix, is often referred to as one of our archetypical hero’s journeys. Join Rev. Samaya as she reflects on the messages in the movie and their relevance for us today.
What lessons does the movie A League of Their Own have for us today? Using the TV series as a springboard, we’ll reflect on the journey of the WWII All-American professional women’s baseball league. Wear your baseball hats and bring popcorn!
Let’s contemplate the spiritual lessons that nature provides at this time of year with a contemplative service with musical guest Heidi McCurdy.