Is it possible to sit with the mystery of a situation, to not try to find an answer, a resolution, an explanation, but to just witness and experience the mystery? While answers to many of life’s questions are as close us as … read more.
CU’s Social Justice Committee presents the gripping story of the New Brunswick First Nation, the Elsipogtog, who led a public campaign to protect the province’s water supply and managed to block a multibillion dollar foreign corporation from its plan to start widespread fracking for oil.
Service … read more.
Many religious traditions promote some concept of stewardship — that it is our responsibility to care for the environment and each other. When the systems we have created to “enhance” human comfort are at risk of destroying the planet, we need to see our stewardship … read more.
What could youth have to persevere through that’s so tough? Learn about the realities of modern teen life and what it takes to cope in this eye-opening service planned and presented by our youth.
Presenters: Members of Calgary Unitarians’ Youth Community
Music: Music Director Jane … read more.
How can Interdependence encourage us to move away from the concept of perfectionism; a need to be all things to all people?