Things to Do in Church When You’re Dead
Worship Leader: Rev. Fred Wooden
To call these ‘challenging times’ is to risk cliche. Setting aside politics and climate change and the perverse persistence of racism, if these can ever be set aside, liberal religion is facing challenging times of its own. Is there any wisdom out there about how to do that? Fred Wooden is retired UU clergy, having served six churches over 42 years. While none of them were north of the border, he has Canadian colleagues, has preached in Canadian congregations, and knows the words of both “O Canada” and “The Mapleleaf Forever.”
About Our Services
Our Sunday Service meets year-round at 10:45am and is central to our religious life and community. We draw on a variety of sources and traditions, and address themes ranging from social concerns to spiritual growth. Our services have many common elements including music and congregational singing, spoken and silent meditation, the sharing of joys and concerns, and a Time for All Ages for our children.
Services may include a sermon from a guest minister or a member of the congregation, or a presentation from a guest speaker from the larger community. Some services may include discussion and small group activities. There are also a number of intergenerational services each year when all ages can participate together.
Folks are invited to stay for refreshments following the service when they can mingle and get to know one another better.
Please Note: At this time our services are being offered in a hybrid format. You are welcome to attend in person or join us virtually via zoom. (Covid precautions including vaccination requirements, masking, and social distancing are in effect in our building.
Join Us In Person
Meet us at our physical location at 557 Clarke Road in London Ontario. Or Join Via Zoom