Learning, Earning and Yearning

  • April 23, 2017
  • at 11:00 am
  • Presented by: Rosemary Morrison
  • Christopher Morley states, “There are three ingredients in the good life: learning, earning and yearning.” Do you agree with this statement? Let’s examine these three elements of ‘the good life’ in the light of our principles and sources. What does our living tradition have to say about ‘learning, earning, and yearning?’

Seva: A Solution in Sight

  • April 16, 2017
  • at 11:00 am
  • Presented by: Dr. Martin (Marty) Spencer
  • Marty will tell the story of Seva, a non-governmental organization dedicated to restoring sight and preventing blindness in developing countries, weaving the history of Seva with his own personal history of doing and teaching cataract surgery with Seva for the past 30 years.

Humpback Come Back

  • April 9, 2017
  • at 11:00 am
  • Presented by: Jackie Hildering
  • They’re big, they’re beautiful, and they’re back from the brink of extinction! This presentation discusses the return of Humpback Whales and the need for increased awareness from coastal British Columbians. Information will include Marine Education and Research Society (www.mersociety.org) research on Humpback feeding and rate of entanglement. There will be discussion of their efforts to increase awareness about how to avoid collision and what to do if entanglement is witnessed (for the sake of boater and whale safety).

Soul Food: The Bread of Life

  • April 2, 2017
  • at 11:00 am
  • Presented by: Anne Morrison
  • When we think of hunger, we usually think of those who are physically starving. Sometimes we overlook folks who are also suffering and starving for some soul food. Anne will share how our fulfilled yearnings are the universal food that fuels our life energy and enables us to experience inner peace.

Prophecy: Ancient and Post-Modern

  • March 26, 2017
  • at 11:00 am
  • Presented by: John Bullas
  • In his talk, John will explore the origin and role of prophecy in ancient Israel. Using Climate Change as an example, John will then explore the role of  prophecy today, and speculate as to who might and might not be considered prophets today according to the tradition.

Quantum Leaps and Other Prophetic Moves

  • March 19, 2017
  • at 11:00 am
  • Presented by: Rosemary Morrison
  • What does Quantum theory have to say about our intentions? What’s the difference between stating an intention and having a prophetic voice? Brian Tracy says, “Whatever we expect with confidence becomes our own self-fulfilling prophecy.” What does he mean by this?

    With more questions than answers, let’s explore together some of the mysteries of quantum physics and how it could intersect with our own intentions and spiritual journeys as Prophets and Unitarians.

So What is Shared Ministry Anyway?

  • March 12, 2017
  • at 11:00 am
  • Presented by: Committee on Shared Ministry
  • Please join us as FUFON’s Committee on Shared Ministry presents their thoughts on Shared Ministry from a Unitarian perspective and how we at FUFON are taking an active role in delivering ministry to those in our beloved Fellowship.

    The Committee on Shared Ministry is made up of the following three members: Kari Fetherston, Don Gayton and Bob Goodman.

A Pilgrim’s Journey

  • March 5, 2017
  • at 11:00 am
  • Presented by: Patricia Hofstrand
  • Patricia will tell the story of her aunt Patricia who grew up in a middle class family in London, England during the war and after a series of losses in midlife and a fortuitous meeting with a Cambodian Buddhist monk decided, at age 51, to forsake the comforts of modern life and take ordination as a Buddhist nun.

In a Fit of Passion

  • February 26, 2017
  • at 11:00 am
  • Presented by: Rosemary Morrison
  • What role does passion play in the lives of artists, musicians, literary giants, and us? Is passion required to accomplish great things? Maybe it’s more important to do small things with great passion. What role has passion played in your life and the decisions you have made?

    Let’s explore some of these questions and other ideas together!

Marie-Anne Lagimodière

  • February 19, 2017
  • at 11:00 am
  • Presented by: Marva Blackmore
  • The Indians called her Ningah and had great respect for her. In fact, she was the first woman of European descent to settle on the Canadian prairies. As we begin to celebrate Canada’s 150th anniversary, we must take the time to remember the stories of those who blazed the trail for us.

  • Join us after the service for the FUFON Town Hall Meeting