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Sunday services are at 10:30am

April 27 Crazy for Mental Health
Denise Davy
Service Leader: Joanne Dear
Music: Youth Choir with Cindy Carey

While we're hearing more about the topic of mental health these days, we're still miles away from openly talking about it the same way we do with physical health issues. Denise Davy will share what she's learned on how we can all be more open to these discussions.
Denise Davy is an award-winning journalist who specializes in writing about women's issues and children's mental health. Check out Denise's new website: http://denisedavy.com

May 4 A Service in Song
Dr. Ysaye Barnwell
Service Leader: Rev. Victoria
Come prepared to sing! Every willing voice is welcome this Sunday as Dr. Barnwell entices us all to lift our voices in spirited song in the African- American tradition. We’ll be chanting and singing, moving and making music all morning long.

May 11 Our 125th Anniversary Celebration
Sunday Rev. Victoria
Service Leader: Michele Corbeil
Music Ministers: Choir

First Unitarian of Hamilton has been a presence in this community for 125 years, and it’s time to celebrate and make a joyful noise! Let’s honour our history, affirm our congregation’s place in the community, and look forward to the future.

FLOWER COMMUNION: This Sunday we will use our UU ritual of flower communion as a way to recommit ourselves to one another as a community. Please bring a flower with you to share in this community event.

 LUNCHEON: Please read this month’s newsletter to find details of the all congregation celebration lunch following today’s service.

May 18 Ancient Stories: Lessons from Native Traditions
Rev. Victoria
Service Leader: Tim Versteeg
Music Ministers: Women Chant

Our Unitarian Universalist Sixth Source encourages us to incorporate the wisdom of earth-centered cultures and religions into our faith practice. This week, we’ll share stories from ancient traditions that support us in examining our assumptions, reflecting on the nature of life on earth, and learning new ways to be with our planet.

May 25 The Gospel According to Anne Lamott
Rev. Victoria
Service Leader: Anne Bokma
Music Minister: Cate Noakes

One of Rev. Victoria’s favorite writers, Anne Lamott shares her life journey and spiritual quest with humor, poignancy, and passion. This Sunday, you’ll hear from Ms. Lamott’s writings about her struggles to live her life with equanimity, her insights into what’s really important, and how her search has helped her reach new understandings of prayer, healing, and living a fulfilled life.


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