Upcoming Sunday Services
Presenter: Libby Jeffry
In 1989, a Colombian lawyer was arrested at home by security forces. He managed to shout “Call Amnesty! Call Amnesty!” before he was taken away. With over 3 million members, Amnesty International is the world’s largest human rights movement. Backed by the organization's research teams, members of Amnesty International are empowered to take action and support those who are facing violations that are unfounded, based on the United Nations Declaration of Human Rights. Find out what happened next to this lawyer. How has Amnesty International changed (or saved) lives? What campaigns are currently under way?
Children's Program: Special Lesson: Crafty Ornaments
Leader: Jane Knox
Join us for carol singing and poetry for all ages as we celebrate the winter. Adults and children will enjoy the warmth of singing together.
Potluck lunch to follow service
No childcare in lower hall during service
Charles Dickens and The Christmas Carol
Presenter: Pam Bocking
Pam will briefly outline Charles Dickens' connection to Unitarianism, and point out how his conception of the true spirit of Christmas is shown in The Christmas Carol. Then a few scenes from a DVD of The Christmas Carol will be played, illustrating the transformation of Scrooge from a mean and miserable person to a loving and benevolent one.
Children's Program: Session #10 - Life Giving Plants
No Children's Program