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 ->

Unitarian Universalist Membership?

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Important Alzheimers research by son of LUF couple

"Numbers game: what our frailty score might say about demetia risk" -  Could mathematical models tracking our aging bodies’ creaks, cracks and breakdowns shed light on our Alzheimer’s risk? That’s what Jean and Richard's son Joshua Armstrong is trying to find out.

Video Links to Sharondale Stone's Memorial Service Nov 8, 2014

Pt 1, Pt 2, Pt 3, Pt 4, Pt 5

Upcoming Sunday Services

You are welcome to join us in our regular gatherings on Sunday mornings at 10:30 AM.
Date: Nov 23 - Trans*formations: Gender Identity and Spirituality
Speaker: Aiden Kivisto 
Service Leader: David Belrose
Date: Nov 30 - Lay Chaplain Sunday - More Than Hatch, Match and Dispatch   
Speakers: LUF Lay Chaplains
Date: Dec 7 - What's Love Got To Do With It?
It is the second Sunday of Advent. The 25th anniversary of the Montreal Massacre.  A time when Canadians are critically examining the numbers of First Nation women murdered and missing in past decades. What’s love got to do with this? How do we examine our attitudes and actions in this upcoming holiday season of light and love? Where is love in this world of brokenness?
Speaker: the Rev Suzanne Wasilczuk
Service Leader: t.b.a.
Date: Dec 14 - Advent in Contemporary Context
Speaker: Dale Sparkes
Service Leader: Ed Prinselaar
Date: Dec 21 - Holiday Service
Service Leaders: Hanusia Tkaczyk and Susan Tiura
Featuring the LUF Choir
Date: Dec 25 - Thursday - join us for coffee and fellowship at 10:30 - contact Del Dickey for details or to assist with refreshments
Date: Dec 28 - The church will be open for coffee and fellowship - hosted by The Great White pod
Date: Jan 4 - "The Potters of Unitarianism"
Thomas Potter was an illiterate farmer who invited John Murray to preach the universalist gospel in the chapel he had built. Beatrix Potter was born into a rich British Unitarian family and is best known for her children’s books. And Harry Potter, with no known religious affiliation, is a fictional character who has wizardly powers. How do these three people demonstrate UU principles in their lives ?
Speaker: the Rev. Suzanne Wasilczuk
Service Leader: t.b.a.

EMPTY BOWLS CARING HEARTS this year a success!

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