A Liberal Welcoming Religious Community
serving the Simcoe County and Muskoka areas of Central Ontario, Canada, since 1995
Meeting via Zoom
December OnLine Gathering
This service will be led by Luci Dilkus of the Huronia Unitarian Fellowship
Sunday, December 20, 2020,
10:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.
For the ZOOM meeting link please email firstname.lastname@example.org
A Service for Centering and Grounding led by Len McLeod
Look at a tree.
Let your awareness rest upon it.
How still it is.
How deeply rooted in Being.
When you look at a tree
and perceive its stillness,
you become still yourself.
You connect with it at a very deep level.
You feel a oneness with whatever you perceive,
in and through stillness.
Your innermost sense of self, of whom you are,
is inseparable from stillness.
Allow nature to teach you stillness.
Exerts from Stillness Speaks
Do I have the patience to wait
‘till my mind settles and the water is clear?
Can I remain unmoving
‘till the right action arises by itself?”
Exert from Tao Te Ching
photos by Anton Pickard
Meditation service response by Luci Dilkus
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We are Canadian Unitarians
As Canadian Unitarian Universalists, we envision a world in which our interdependence calls us to love and justice.
Unitarian-Universalism honours both the social justice needs of the wider community, and also the integrity of the individual conscience. We look forward to hearing your individual ideas and aspirations and look forward to meeting you soon to form a supportive community of free-thinking individuals.
We are a lay led group. A typical service includes opening words, a chalice lighting, an opportunity to share joys and concerns, music, a period of silence, an informative and inspirational presentation given by one of our members and friends followed by open discussion. There's more music and closing words.
Light refreshments are available and lively discussion continues on an informal basis.
Come to watch and listen or to participate actively. You are more than welcome.