Lakehead Unitarian Fellowship is a nurturing, caring community that embraces diversity; explores spiritual, religious, ecological and humanist values; and enriches the lives of members, friends and society at large.


Fellowship Pot Luck Dec 18

Please plan to stay following the Christmas Service on Sunday, December 18th with the Reverend Suzanne and the Choir, for a potluck finger food lunch. Pot Luck contributions should be easy finger foods, either savory or sweet. There will be non-alcoholic wassail (hot apple cider) to wish everyone good health and holidays. Denise Taylor is the convener for this event. Please contact her if you can offer to help or have any questions, 683-7699


Meet Our Part-Time Minister

We're so happy to have the Rev. Suzanne Wasilczuk with us this year. Suzanne has been joining us on a part-time basis approximately once a month since 2011. For more on Suzanne, her plans, her past sermons ...  More ->


SUNDAY SERVICES 10:30 AM

Date: Dec 4
Title: “St. Nicholas : Myth and Model” - We will look at stories and customs around St Nicholas, his North American counterpart Santa Claus and other holiday celebrations. Giving gifts is a common theme in this winter time celebration. Can we go beyond the habit of stressful and expensive gift-giving to display generosity and humanity that truly echo our Unitarian Universalist values?
Service Leaders: Hanusia Tkaczyk, Meaghan Malashewski
 
Date: Dec 11
Title: "The 8-fold Paths of Buddha and Jesus" - Brian Dunn - Both Buddha and Jesus taught 'paths' to enlightenment and salvation respectively. Come join us for a comparative exploration of how these might challenge and complement each other.
Brian has spoken with us twice before about similar comparitive religious topics. We are happy to welcome him again.
Service Leader: Rosemary Burris

Date: Dec 18
Title: "It's Time"  - the Rev. Suzanne Wasilczuk - "A reflection I gave five years ago.  It's a retelling of the Christmas story, in more contemporary terms; with plenty of carols; and I will probably add the building of creches [the traditional figures that make up a Christian nativity scene: mother, father, baby, shepherds, wise men, animals] that I used in another Christmas service."

CHRISTMAS IN A BOX – In Support of the FAYE PETERSON Transition Home!

Calling all Members and Friends of Lakehead Unitarian Fellowship – the Children’s Religious Exploration Program is collecting shoe boxes filled with gifts for families receiving support from the Faye Peterson Home. Empty shoeboxes will be available at LUF for your filling! Shoeboxes can be filled for either a woman or a child.

Please see examples below:
For Women: Toiletries, Kitchen Items, Novels, Hats/Mitts etc
For Children: Gently used toys and books, Crayons, Craft Supplies, Hats/Mitts.
Please fill a shoebox and support local people in our community. (Please indicate contents of box on the outside as well as who it is intended for. For children’s boxes please include age and gender).

Shoeboxes can be brought to LUF until Sunday December 11th. Please speak to Katie Hughdie with any questions!

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