August 4, 2015


Where Politics and Theology Meet

End of life choices are intensely personal, and yet are a matter of legislative debate. We will not argue the subject of bioethics this morning, but instead focus on how we can go about making these decisions as consciously and intentionally as possible There will be an opportunity during the service to reflect on our readiness to adopt the congregational Covenant of Right Relations in the spring, and a discussion in the living room after the service. Rev. Millie Rochester

Where:

First Unitarian Universalist Church of Winnipeg

603 Wellington Crescent

204-474-1261 | uuwpg@mts.net

uuwinnipeg.mb.ca

When:

Sunday, January 20, 2013 from 10:30 AM to 11:45 AM

What:

Religious & Spiritual

Neighbourhood:

Winnipeg

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