Join us this Sunday, June 17 at 10:30 am for a service in celebration of the founding of the Unitarian Church of Montreal. The sermon, entitled One Hundred and Seventy Plus Two Hundred will be delivered by Rev. Diane Rollert and we'll enjoy the musical gifts of Noah Friedland and Donald Pistolesi. New members will be welcomed into the community today with a special presentation. Everyone is welcome and childcare is provided.
During the month of June, all unidentified money in the collection baskets will be donated to the St. James Drop-in Centre which offers a safe and supportive environment for those who are marginalized and/or homeless. The Religious Education office is more or less closed for the summer, although the director will answer e-mail until the end of June. Classes will begin again Sept. 9. Read on for more activities happening this week.
Social and Environmental Concerns Committee
Monthly meeting. All are welcome!
Contact: Christina at 514-630-7523
Tuesday, June 19, 10 am to noon in the Nursery
We welcome children under five on a drop-in basis accompanied by a (grand)parent or caregiver. Pack a snack for your child(ren). Coffee is provided. Open to all, whether church members or not. No charge but a donation of $3/session per family is suggested.
Wednesday, June 20
Bridge or Scrabble at 10:15 am, lunch at 12:30 pm. There will be no music since Royal Conservatory of Music exams start at 2 pm. If you attended last month's lunch, you don't need to register for this month. Those who cannot attend should phone Ruth di Giovanni at 514-934-4956. Visitors are always welcome. Cost is $5. For more information, Elizabeth Anglin at 514-937-4095.
Thursday, June 21, 10 am to noon, Nursery
This will be the last Play Group until September.
Sunday, June 24, 10:30 am
Picnic in the Church
This year our annual picnic service will be held in the church, led by Rod Solano-Quesnel, Curtis Murphy and others.
Music: Shawn Dohring
Bring a picnic lunch to share.
The Men's Group which normally meets on the last Sunday of the month is suspended until September.