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Sunday services are at 10:30am

May 31 Source Six: Earth-centered Traditions
Rev. Victoria
Service Leader: Pat Dickinson

This Sunday, we explore our sixth and final Source: the spiritual teachings of Earth-centered traditions which celebrate the sacred circle of life and instruct us to live in harmony with the rhythms of nature. In a world impacted by climate change, we must consider how our faith addresses our role in creating and changing our impact on the Earth.

June 7 Music for Itís Own Sake
Rachel, and members of the congregation
Service Leader: Rev. Victoria

Itís a Sunday of delight from the talented, amazing people who make this congregation such a wonderful place to enjoy music. Todayís service is about sharing and participating, enjoying and appreciating the gift of song and instrument. What a wonderful gift!

June 14 Men and the Masculine Journey
Carl Ingram and the Menís Group
Service Leader: Rev. Victoria
Musicians: Lyla Miklos, Catherine Silverglen, Rachel Derry

This church year, Carl has been leading a menís group at First. This Sunday, he shares his experience of the spiritual journey of men, in their many and varied roles, such as: boyhood, coming of age and entering manhood, working, partnering, fathering, growing into eldership, mentoring, and being a friend. Heíll explore how men find and express their spiritual path.

June 21 I donít believe in God but I miss Him
Karen Johnson-Hosein
Service Leader: Gail Rappolt

The opening sentence of a book called Nothing to Be Frightened Of by Julian Barnes is, ďI donít believe in God but I miss Him.Ē This statement speaks to me. I am going to share the ideas of some UUs who have found that their experience in life has led them to agree with this statement. I am not sure I agree with Mr. Barnes but the concept is worth delving into.

June 28 Truth and Reconciliation
Susan Barberstock
Service Leader: Sandy Lubert
Musicians: Beth Doxtator & Friends

Susan Barberstock is Executive Director of the Hamilton Regional Indian Centre. She joins us today to help us understand and explore the work of the Truth & Reconciliation Commission. Questions to be addressed include: Did the TRC accomplish its goals? What are the next important steps for us as individuals and for us as a church community? This service is brought to First Hamilton by your UU UNO envoys.


Sunday Services 10:30 am. All Are Welcome


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The First Unitarian Church of Hamilton
170 Dundurn Street South
Hamilton ON  L8P 4K3
Phone: 905-527-8441  Fax: 905-527-6420

General Email: info@firstunitarianhamilton.org