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.


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: FEBRUARY 12                 
Title: Comparative Romance: a Valentines Day Meditation on the Love Affairs of Krishna and Christ
Speaker:  Brian Dunn
"There seems to be a comparative mode for almost everything these days - religion, theology, philosophy, tradition. So, why not romance? Come to LUF this Sunday to explore how Hindu and Christian devotees have meditated on the all-consuming passion of Lover and beloved."
Service Leader: Jean Armstrong

Date: FEBRUARY 19              
Title:
Interdependence: A Call to Love and Justice.  (Sharing Our Faith Service) 
"As Canadian Unitarian Universalists, we envision a world in which our interdependence calls us to love and justice." 
Service Leader:
 David Belrose

Date: February 26
Title: The Five Big Questions
Speaker: Rev. Suzanne Wasilczuk
"Today, we’ll ask about how we find meaning in our lives, what gets us up in the morning, how we fashion a life we can own."
Service Leader: Katie Hughdie


Religious Humanism Classes

In 2017 the Rev. Suzanne will offer an Adult Religious Enhancement class on “Religious Humanism.” Classes will be held on Monday evenings, 7:00 - 9:00 pm, on January 30th, February 27th, March 27th, May 29th, and June 5th. There will
be no class on Easter Monday (April 17th).

Topics will include the history of Humanism, definitions of “religious” and “spiritual,” the Humanist Manifestos, the many faces of Humanism [including theist, secular, Buddhist, and feminist], and the idea of reverence.

Short readings will be included before each class. Copies of the first 11 pages of Reason and Reverence by William R. Murry [the dean of Meadville Lombard Theological School when I attended] should be available at the welcoming table. For information, talk to our Administrator, Angie, at 344-5980.

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