Canadian Unitarians meet

Who says Americans don’t care about Canada? Note one and all that the Canadian Unitarian Council is having its Annual Conference and Meeting beginning today in St. John, New Brunswick.

The site ought to be a model for UUA district assemblies, which run about the same size. Nice, too, to see a national assembly of a scale that appears to encourage needed work. Locally led worship; a local featured speaker. Good.

A downside is the continuing ambivolence between being Unitarians and UUs.

But they have a wave logo that doesn’t instill terror.

Hat tip to the UU-Hispano blog: Los Unitarios canadienses celebran su Asamblea anual

By Scott Wells

Scott Wells, 46, is a Universalist Christian minister doing Universalist theology and church administration hacks in Washington, D.C.

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