Join us Sunday, November 8 at 10:30 am, for After the War is Over presented by Rev. Diane Rollert with Vera Freud. Music will be by Sandra Hunt, piano, and the Yellow Door Choir, Roxanne Martel, director. On this day of remembrance, we honour our veterans with our Remembrance Day wreath and remember all those whose lives have been touched by war, as we continue to dream of peace. We consider the resilience that’s needed to survive after war is over.
Sacred Stories meets on Tuesday, November 3 at 12 pm. There will be Congregational Budget Review Meeting at 12 pm on Sunday following the service. Later in the afternoon at 2:30 pm, Sandra Hunt and Kerry-Anne Kutz, will be presenting the Music for Winter Thoughts Concert.
Also, printed copies of the BidNite catalog of offers will be available on Nov. 8 with an electronic version sent out in advance. Most items will be available for pre-sale bidding on Sunday, Nov. 8. Raffle tickets will be on sale that day as well.
For more information about these and other events, continue reading below.
Tuesday, November 3 & Thursday, November 5, 10:00 am - 12 pm, Nursery
We welcome children under five on a drop-in basis accompanied by a (grand)parent or caregiver. Pack a snack for your child. Coffee is provided. Open to all, whether church members or not. No charge but a donation of $3/session/family is suggested. Contact: Melani Litwack, 514-775-2043
Tuesday, November 3, 12 - 1:30 pm
Sacred Stories led by Rev. Diane Rollert, Thomas Room
Bring your own brown bag lunch and join this ongoing group, as we deepen in community and search for meaning in the stories we read. Copies of stories will be available from the UCM office.
Tuesday, November 3, 7:30 pm, Phoenix Hall
Carmina Choir Rehearsal
To be a member of Carmina, no ability to read music is necessary as learning aids are provided. A sense of humour is an advantage. Contact: Brian Brice at 514-843-6497
Thursday, November 5, 7:30 pm
Parts in Peace Choir Rehearsal
Join this loving and supportive mini-community which participates once a month in Sunday morning services and rehearses every Thursday from 7:30 to 9 pm. Contact: Sandra Hunt
Sunday, November 8
Worship Service, 10:30 am
After the War is Over
Rev. Diane Rollert with Vera Freud
Music by Sandra Hunt, piano, and the Yellow Door Choir, Roxanne Martel, director
On this day of remembrance, we honour our veterans with our Remembrance Day wreath and remember all those whose lives have been touched by war, as we continue to dream of peace. We consider the resilience that’s needed to survive after war is over.
Congregational Budget Review Meeting, 12 pm
We will review the annual budget in full.
Music for Winter Thoughts Concert, 2:30 pm
The Music Directors of two of the Unitarian churches in the Montreal area are collaborating on this concert to raise their professional development. Kerry-Anne Kutz, soprano, is the musician at the Lakeshore Unitarian Church and will sing, with Sandra Hunt's help, songs by three Canadian composers, plus Elmer Olenick, Diane Roller's father, and Gabriel Faure. Entrance at the door is by donation with a suggested $20 for adults. Contact Sandra Hunt, 514- 484-5559.