Can I Wear a Safety Pin? 

Following Trump’s election, wearing a safety pin has come to mean “you are safe with me”…it shows solidarity with those whose human rights are in danger. To help move toward more meaningful allyship, we’ll use ideas from a children’s curriculum from to have a conversation together about race, fear, and whiteness. Rev. Julie Stoneberg

Walking at the Water

August 27 – You are invited to meet near the water to honour and recognize the need to protect this precious resource. Bring lawn chairs and wear walking shoes.  Place to be announced. UFP Indigenous Working Group

A Community of Welcome

“This being human is a guest house,” says Rumi. As we enter into a new church year together, how can we prepare ourselves to best welcome “whatever comes?” Being open, and vulnerable, and willing to be changed are spiritual practices that require, well, practice. The Rev. Julie Stoneberg Service Co-Leader: TBA Music: TBA Note: A…