Sermon by Nicole McKay
Canadian geography is vast and by comparison, our Unitarian Universalist congregations and communities are small in numbers. This has been the case since Unitarian and Universalist traditions came to Canada. If you didn’t have a congregation near you, you often found yourself in the pews of another church. This still happens and online options, if you know where to find them, are helping to bridge these connections. Perhaps you have met folks who might appreciate an encounter with our liberal religious voice, if only they knew it existed. This is one of the gifts of community ministry; bringing the wide welcome of our faith out into the world. Nicole McKay will join us in worship once again and looks forward to sharing the history and present day work of community ministry.