Sunday services are at 10:30 am. unless otherwise indicated.
Simon is a student at Bishop's University who will have just returned from Denmark, where he will have experienced an intensive week of training in non-violent communication. We look forward to the thoughts he will have to share with us.
Andrea Rittenhouse will speak about her 25 years of experience working in a Montreal women's shelter, as well as her day job working with the police helping victims of violence.
Tom Wilcox is a summer visitor to North Hatley. His experience is as an educator and serving a foundation for community service in the inner cities.
Human beings have been giving each other advice since the beginning of time. We’ve grown adept at offering, receiving, and declining the counsel of others. In this interactive service, Gabriella Brand will ask you to share examples of everyday wisdom that you carry with you. Things your mother used to say. Songs and poems that help you sort things out. Life-changing advice you got from a mentor. The Best Advice We’ve Ever Received. Let’s pool it!
Adrianna Mendrek is a professor of psychologie at Bishop's University, and a member of the Health and Wellbeing research cluster at the university. She is also a yoga teacher, leading a session normally each Sunday morning. We thank her for taking the time and arranging her life to be with us this morning.
Our Service on this day will NOT be in North Hatley. We take our Thanksgiving Service to the historic Huntingville Universalist Church, Rte 147 in Huntingville, (just opposite the bridge). All welcome, as always.
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