Storage Space (large or small) is needed; it allows us to accept items from those moving house this summer. Should you happen to have storage space we could borrow for the next six months, please call Katherine Gunn, 613-729-0504 or send a message to FallFair@firstunitarianottawa.ca.
Take the pledge and fast between September 21st and October 2nd 2013 on Parliament Hill or wherever
they are. We fast to focus our energy and the energy of others toward a healthier planet and a healthier relationship with our only home. Take 12 days to practice lightening your footprint. Will you join the action in your city? Go to ClimateFast for ideas on carbon-fasting and food-fasting as well as what individuals and organizations can do to support the action. Let us work to raise general public awareness of the consequences of climate change and the urgent action required to stop the escalation. We want real leadership from our politicians to plan a transition to a renewable energy economy. Write, or even better visit your MP. Talk with your family and friends. Invite your church or fellowship to support the campaign. See the full opportunity on our CUSJ ACTION PAGE
The First Unitarian Congregation of Toronto, in partnership with World Accord, invites you to help build a school in the mountains of Honduras. This is a hands-on opportunity to make a difference in the lives of subsistence farmers and their families. Please join a two-week trip, beginning: January 11, February 8 or March 8, 2014. Construction and Spanish language skills are not required but would be welcomed. For more information contact Richard Kirsh (416-767-5837 or email@example.com) or see our poster on your congregation’s bulletin board.
If you have any high resolution, good quality photos depicting the Meditation Gardens, our building, or events here at the church, please submit them to firstname.lastname@example.org for consideration for use on the website. If there are recognizable persons in the photos, please ensure you have their permission before submitting. The best photos are in the landscape orientation.
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