Services

Two Loops: A Guide to Times of Transformation

To everything there is a season… What is collapsing in your life, your work, your relationships, our society? What is ready to be born? What if we could see a simple pattern in how things change that helps us name and nourish the new, and hospice the old with more grace, and even gratitude? Speaker…

The U in Unicamp, Peterborough Unitarian and you!

Why are UU congregations and Unicamp are so vital, especially in today’s world?  In wondering this, we will look to our principles as a key tool and guiding compass in our lives.  Come and explore the many ways we are growing deeper in the sacredness of UU communities and learn more about the exciting program…

A Call to Serve

In the language of “the service industry” and “service providers”, we risk losing the essence of the word “service”.  As we explore our connections with the wider world, how can we name and understand our identity through the lens of a call to serve? An exploration of the inter-relationships, responsibilities and blessings of an ethic…

“What Are We For?”

What is the purpose of our liberal religious movement? Why do our Unitarian Universalist congregations exist? Let’s explore what our identity and mission mean for our current time and place. Speaker: Peter Boullata Service leader: Marion Habermehl Music: Ian Attridge and the jazz trio

Interdependence with the Land

In the Unitarian Universalist community, we highlight our principle of the interdependent web of life. This calls us to reflect and act on our relationships with the land, water, wildlife, and with each other, and to learn from the insights of Indigenous people. Barbara Herring and the UFP’s Indigenous Working Group share their journey on…