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Grounded in love, the Unitarian Fellowship of Peterborough strives to be a welcoming community that embraces life with wonder and inquiry. Dedicated to our Unitarian Universalist principles and inspired by our interconnection with all that is, we foster personal transformation and act for a just and sustainable world.
The Unitarian Fellowship of Peterborough welcomes you – just as you are – to our community. Whether you are looking for an open-minded faith community, a place to explore and question, or a place for your children to find their own religious path, I invite you to gather with us. Together, we learn as we search for truth. Together, we celebrate life’s gifts and share our burdens. Together, as a multigenerational and diverse community, we work toward peace and justice.
Read the rest of Rev. Julie's Welcome here.
Music by Resonance and Linda Clark
Multigenerational Ingathering Water Ceremony
(Bring a bit of water from your life to add to our common bowl.)
The Waves are Coming In! We're standing on the shore ready to welcome all!
As we celebrate our community by re-connecting with smiles, hugs, and conversation, we'll consider the many roles that water might play in renewing our bodies, our spirits, and our world.
(Service Co-leader: Marion Habermehl)
Note: A ‘welcome back’ lunch, organized by the Membership Committee, follows the service, including cake in honour a special someone's 80th birthday!
Music by Lorinda Frudd
Dignity and equality for all people are values we hold dear, yet in this country of relative freedom, we can forget that not all people are yet fully free. How might we UNITE in renewing our commitment to work for a world in which each person can live and love with dignity?
We’ll be taking a special collection in support of the Peterborough AIDs Walk, which is happening on this afternoon.
(Service Co-leader: Paula Greenwood)
Music by The Occasionals
Music by TBA
We gather on this day between the Jewish holy days of Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur...the time for forgiveness, reconciliation and new beginnings. In what ways has forgiveness played a role in renewal in your life?