Broken Heart, Heart Broken Open
Today, we’ll look at stories of transformation (spiritual, social, and personal) and how these are often preceded by times of distress, grief, or confusion.
[when someone asks about Unitarian Universalism] "I say we are seekers of truth...I talk about inclusivity, and social conscience and activism. I tell them for me, it is part of my family."
"We are a gathering of diverse, open-minded, people of many faiths and backgrounds who meet to enrich their spiritual journeys."
"We support the worth and dignity of each individual without exception."
"I believe that religion and faith are supposed to make us better people who live better lives, and Unitarian Universalism does just that" - Rev. Helen McFadyen
Guest speaker, Umme Mansoory will reflect on her personal experience and identity as a Canadian Muslim woman, and the stereotype perceptions she regularly encounters. Ms. Mansoory is a Director of the Kamloops Islamic Association.
Reflection, readings, and group conversation on this month’s spriitual theme of “Transformation.”