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 ->

Religious Humanism Classes

Rev. Suzanne is offering an Adult Religious Enhancement class on “Religious Humanism.” Classes are held on Monday evenings, 7:00 - 9:00 pm, on 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.


Date:  March 26                  
Title:  The Five Smooth Stones of Liberalism
Speaker:  Rev. Suzanne Wasilczuk
What are the guiding principles of our free faith?  What are some of the distinguishing characteristics?  What is the theological context – the topics and varied conclusions presented in February’s sermon – of Unitarian Universalism
Service Leader:  Susan Tiura

Date:  April 2                 
Speaker:  Rev. Stefan Jonasson
Service Leader: 
Jean Armstorng

Date:  April 9                 
Speaker:  New Warriors Men's Group 
Service Leader:  TBA

Date:  April 16                 
Title:  Religion in 5 ½ Objects
Speaker:  Rev. Suzanne Wasilczuk
How do we bring religion – or our spirituality – alive to our five senses?  S. Brent Plate has written an intriguing book about the embodied practices with which we sanctify – make holy and whole and purposeful – our lives.  On this Easter Sunday, we contemplate our human need for –  and our human definitions of – resurrection and salvation.
Service Leader: Rosemary Burris

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