What's Happening June 22 - 28, 2015

Join us Sunday, June 28 at 10:30 am, for The Artist’s Way presented by Rev. Diane Rollert with music by the Greater Goods.  An artist can spend hours observing one beautiful image before committing to the creation of a work of art.  A musician can spend hours contemplating the resonance of one chord.  What can we observe and create together that will launch us into the beauty of summer? Everyone is invited to a potluck “picnic” after the service.  If the weather is nice, we’ll set up tables outside.  If you can, please bring food to share.  The more the merrier.

Wednesday, June 24, the church office will be closed for La Fête de la Saint-Jean-Baptiste/ The Feast of St. John the Baptist.

Carmina Choir will be rehearsing Tuesday, June 23 at 7:30 pm. For those of you who have not participated in the Unitarian Drum Circle led by Ann Beer, consider participating this coming Sunday, June 28 from 4 -6 pm.

For more information about these and other events, continue reading below.

Tuesday, June 23, 7:30 pm  
Carmina Choir

Ability to read music is not necessary as learning aids are provided. A sense of humour is an advantage. For further information, please contact the director,  Brian Brice, or call at 514-843-6497.

Wednesday, June 24 - UCM Church office closed

Sunday, June 28, 10:30 am
The Artist’s Way
Potluck “Picnic” at the Church
Rev. Diane Rollert
Music by the Greater Goods
An artist can spend hours observing one beautiful image before committing to the creation of a work of art.  A musician can spend hours contemplating the resonance of one chord.  What can we observe and create together that will launch us into the beauty of summer? Everyone is invited to a potluck “picnic” after the service.  If the weather is nice, we’ll set up tables outside.  If you can, please bring food to share.  The more the merrier.

Sunday, June 28, 4-6 pm, Phoenix Hall
Unitarian Drum Circle

The Drum Circle meets once a month on the fourth Sunday of each month, from January to June. We meet to share the joy of rhythm, celebrate community, and connect to the heartbeat of Mother Earth. Please bring your own drum if you have one; otherwise, you are welcome to share ours. There is no charge, but each month we will have a donation box for a local charity. Everyone is welcome. For more information, contact  Ann Beer or call 514-426-1204.