May 26 at 10:30 am
Delighting in the Different and Embracing the Environment
Presenter: Blakka Ellis
Service Leader: Michael Kenny
Music: Jesse Ellis
Blakka will make humorous commentary on cross-cultural experiences from his position as a Jamaican in Canada. He will also relate some of his personal journey, from the inner-city community of Trench Town, to life as an educator and professional performing artist.
June 2 at 10:30 am
Service Leader:Sheila White and the Caring Team
Our annual flower service is a longstanding Don Heights tradition. Bring a flower and take one home. In a program rich with music and readings, we will celebrate and revere flowers and the meaning they hold in our lives. We will talk about flowers, the feelings and personal memories they evoke. Symbolically, flowers portray a welcoming of spring, regeneration and dedication anew. Some lore asserts that individual flowers have specialized meanings and messages for each of us. Join us in officially welcoming Janis Daly as our lay chaplain at this service. Remember to bring a flower to add to the morning bouquet.
June 9 at 10:30 am
Lighting Candles at Queen's Park
Presenter: Rev. Jeffrey Brown
Faith encourages us to hope and to imagine a more fair and sustainable world. Faith groups like the Interfaith Social Assistance Reform Coalition encourage us to put out faith into action to shape a more just, eco-equitable society and planet. How do we respond to our faith and live our Unitarian Universalist values?
Sunday Services Chair: Sharyn Devine