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Passing to the first ages of the Christian era, we find the pontifical ornaments, the altar and liturgical cloths, and the draperies then in common use for hanging between the colonnades and porches of churches all worked with holy images and histories from the Holy Writ. Rich men chose sacred subjects to be embroidered on their dress, and one senator wore figures worked upon his robes of state. Asterius, Bishop of Amasus, thunders against those Christians "who wore the Gospels upon their backs instead of in their hearts.
This prohibition, however, was not general. Near Ely, an Anglo-Saxon lady brought together a of maidens to work for the monastery, and in the seventh century an Abbess of Bourges, St. Eustadiole, made vestments and enriched the altar with the work of her nuns. At the beginning of the ninth century St. Viborade, of Wommen. Gall, worked coverings for the sacred books of the monastery, for it was the custom then to wrap in silk and carry in a linen cloth the Gospels used for the offices of the Church.
Martin at Tours a cope, on the back of which she had embroidered the Deity, surrounded by seraphim and cherubim, the front being worked with an Adoration of the Lamb of God. Dunstan himself deed the ornaments of a stole worked by the hands of a noble Anglo-Saxon lady, Ethelwynne, and sat daily in her bower with her maidens, directing the work. Their father, says William of Malmesbury, had caused them in childhood "to give their whole attention to letters, and afterwards employed them in the labours of the distaff and the needle.
Collingwood Bruce is of opinion that the work is coeval with the events it records, as the primitive furniture, buildings, etc. That the tapestry is not found in any catalogue before is only a piece of presumptive evidence against the earlier date, and must be weighed with the internal evidence in its favour. It is truly a never-failing spring, and there, where many things abound, much may be extracted.
Lnies, taken from his coffin in the Cathedral of Durham, and now preserved in the Chapter library. One side of the maniple is of gold lace stitched on, worked apparently on a parchment pattern. The Syon Monastery cope, in the Victoria and Albert Museum, is an invaluable example of English needlework of the thirteenth century. The texture so obtained is then, by means of a hot, small and round-knobbed iron, pressed into indentations at the centre of each spiral, and an effect of relief imparted to it.
The inventory of the Holy See in mentions the embroideries of Florence, Milan, Lucca, France, England, Germany, and Spain, and throughout the Middle Ages embroidery was treated as a fine art, a serious branch of painting. During the Wars of the Roses, when a urbjgnacco of the blood royal is related to have begged alms in the streets of the rich Flemish towns, ladies of rank, more fortunate in their education, gained, like the French emigrants of more modern days, their subsistence by the products of their needle.
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All welcome. That vastness we experience in awe opens an ache in the heart, and by doing so, expands it. If you would like to us, could you please let Rachel know at I will send you the resource packet about Awe. If you wish pines can choose one of the exercises to expand your experience of Awe this month, and one of the questions to reflect on, or come with one of your matuer. This group is organized by Phyllis Baxter and Rachel Garber. Sunday 8: Mr. Nature and the arts became a focal point for the festival.
At the same time Douglas wrote biweekly articles in 4 newspapers in Ontario on climate change, biodiversity and community and youth action. He now writes articles urbignacdo the Sherbrooke Record and has given talks on the ecological crisis at Bishops University. Refreshments: Chantal Michaud. We will learn about selected cases where human rights are being denied, and write letters advocating for justice.
Drafts of letters are provided. November Sunday Dr. We feel a host of emotions about our own deaths and the death of those we love. Given that we often think of life as a gift, we will explore three possible ways for llnes to approach death. Sunday Dr. Drawing on my own year career working in global health I will share a few personal stories and how applying an equity lens has led to a reassessment of my career, yookup pitfalls of privilege, and how I now advise those who will follow me.
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All Welcome, as always. Lin knows his book already. Others of us still have to think a bit about it. Unfortunately, many of the rooms downstairs are not ready to receive visitors.
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I am organizing a downstairs cleanup for November 9th at 9 a. I strongly encourage as many of you to attend as possible to make the workload easier on everyone. If you can not make it, you are encouraged to come help tidy the building when you have the spare time. A "lost ssex found" box will be available after this date to help track down any random items we locate during cleanup. If you have any questions, concerns or would like to RSVP please docall or amanda.
Thursday 7: p. Thursday, November 7, at 7 p. Theme: Attention. This group is starting up again after a summer break. It is organized by Phyllis Baxter and Rachel Garber. If you would like to us, could you please let Phyllis know at Space is limited. Sunday 3: Mr. This is a participatory service where all are invited to share a personal testimony about someone dear to us.
October Sunday Ms. Information about a possible court challenge to the law on the grounds that public debate was short-circuited in order to deny basic rights to Quebec citizens that would otherwise be guaranteed by the Quebec and Canadian Charters of Rights and Freedoms. Sunday 11 am, Mr. A traditional Thanksgiving service is planned at this historical church building, preserved in its original state, with 19th century box pews and balcony. A rare opportunity to see the interior of the building that is now closed to the public, and to learn about its origins and past.
Free-will donation invited for the maintenance of the Huntingville Universalist Church and grounds. What spiritual work must we do to make our community a place where every person belongs and can bring their whole selves, including culture, history, and identities? Sunday 6: Ms. Lenora will play her flute. September Sunday Ms.
Carmen teaches in the Occupational Therapy program at the University of Sherbrooke. Sunday Mr. His chaat collection, The Dying Meteorologist, was published this year. Sunday Prof. Dance has a power to promote ecstatic knowing and self-transformation. Dance and creative movement can take a person into a fantasy world, which allows for expression and experience of new states. It can also facilitate revisiting old memories pines repressed material.
All these elements contribute to the inherently therapeutic nature of dance and movement. I had a chance to experience its power and study its effects and I would like to share some of this knowledge with you. Three individuals from our team at WaterforAfricanWomen. We are hoping to encourage discussion. Water will be available for those who fail or forget to bring some of their own. The Water Communion is a ritual that allows us to share the meaning of ificant happenings that we have experienced.
Activities we see today at Native gatherings like smudging, Pipe ceremonies, chhat lodges, etc. This PowerPoint presentation reviews these spiritual practices and questions why this attempt at cultural genocide was allowed to happen. Service Leader: Gudrun Brand.
Musician: Kevin Jensen. He has been on the Red Road of learning and sharing his Indigenous heritage for over 25 years. A Franco-Ontarian by birth, he presently lives in the Eastern Townships. Musician: Eric Akbar Manolson. Refreshments: Esther Saanum. Rachel Garber lived in Leonard Cohen's neighbourhood from toand has lived in the vicinity of his music since then.
Sunday 4: Ms. But her poetry lives on and on. Gabriella is a regular summer resident of North Hatley where she likes to canoe on the lake and le a summer writing workshop, among other things. As their camp ends, they go on a performance tour for several weeks, culminating in North Hatley. July Sunday Dr. For that reason alone, we're well advised to take an interest in it.
But, on reflection, there are others. In this talk, I will explore the personal impact of hoookup aspects of wonder - the wonder of beginnings culminating in a kind of invitation to knowledge, and the wonder of ends hoojup in gratitute for the gift of existence. Awa Ba, from la Casamance, Senegal, is one of our community organizers helping to train women at the village level. She has just arrived in Canada to receive more training in organic agriculture over the next 3 months.
This understanding then opens the garden door where Food Security, Water, Solar Energy and little boys learning to respect little girls, can combine to create sustainable change. Following the service, Angela Leuck is offering a light lunch of womeh and salad. Donations will be gratefully received to help support Awa Ba's training experience in organic agriculture in Quebec over the coming three months. Charitable receipt available if desired. Barbara will speak of the great strides that are being made at the Center and will share with us hooup this unique experience has touched and changed her.
We shall gather at 11 am for a circle service near their pond. Bring your own picnic or something to share with everybody, as well as your bathing suit if you'd like a dip in the pond. Friends and visitors are most welcome. June Sunday Ms. Coffee Convener: Phyllis Baxter. Musician: Mike Matheson. Over the years, UUEstrie has often received a grant from this fund for special projects.
It is a very worthy fund! Please feel free to make a donation in an envelope, giving your name and address, in order to receive Saturday Sunday Ms. We welcome you to come forward with a photo, if you like, chqt your father, a father figure or a man whom you admire, and tell us a little about him. This is the final meeting until next fall. At this meeting, we will discuss the best evening of the week for our autumn schedule.
If you would like to attend, but cannot, please let Rachel know what day s of the week are the best or the worst for you. Just reply to 16rg10 gmail. Thank you. Sunday 9: Prof. This talk will trace the recent shocking rise of anti-Semitism in Europe and North America, now approaching levels unseen since the end of the Second World War.
Our 3rd UU principle calls us to accept one another, and our 4th calls us to a free and responsible search for truth and meaning. So what is the problem? As a parent and advocate for her autistic son, Angela Leuck has had to make many gut-wrenching decisions relating to his health, education and security. Her experiences have led her to think deeply about the decision-making process.
She will share some of her insights on how - in the face of uncertainty and imperfect knowledge - we can make life's tough choices. Amanda will share her experiences as well as reflect on the challenges women face during high-risk pregnancy. Now retired from full time ministry, he continues to share a reflection in our worship service from time to time. This time he will reflect on the variations among UU congregations across Canada.
Thursday, May 9, at p. Theme: Curiosity. All are welcome! Sunday 5: Dr.
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He has been listening to Udbignacco Dylan since he was a teenager. Mary Lynn asks our help for UUEstrie's spring clean-up. If you can give an hour or so sometime between 9 a. This will be the 6th annual celebration of this event for the benefit of Child Haven International, a Canadian Charity based in Maxville ON, which provides homes for over 1, formerly destitute children in south Asia. All more than welcome. Speak to Phyllis Baxter for tickets or reservations Sunday Rev. Beauty is not enough.
Vincent Millay. Easter and Earth Day appear together this year, as they should. Come celebrate with poetry, story and song. Refreshments: Mary Ann McCarron. Come and listen, or bring a favourite poem or one of your own to read in the language of your choice. In the midst of National Poetry Month, Poem in Your Pocket Day is an international movement that encourages folks to center poetry within their daily interactions.
On PIYP Day, select urrbignacco poem, carry it with you, and share it with others at schools, bookstores, libraries, parks, workplaces, coffee shops, street corners, and on social media using the hashtag PocketPoem. Miguel, Mexico, during the holy week a year ago, and was awed. Downstairs, in Stoddard Hall. Pledge Lunch at 1 p. This is the first of three films we will watch and discuss. After Trick or Treaty, the next film will be Angry Inuk, on the impact of the campaign against hunting seals.
If you are interested in receiving the reflection questions that accompany the film, RSVP to president uuestrie. Thanks for your interest and please come and learn with us. This extraordinary, powerful, true story is told in urbibnacco documentary film, the showing of which will begin at a. March Sunday Ms. She believes that the Unitarian movement in Canada and the U.
Linnie is happy with how we Canadian UUs honour and support the place of youth and young adults in the fabric of our communities. Families and children are welcome as well as adults of all ages. Bring a game or two share if you like. Juice and popcorn. He recently participated in the World Parliament of Religions that was held in Toronto.
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Please plan to be generous in supporting Sharing Our Faith. With post secondary studies in pure and Applied Science, Religious Studies, and Ministry, he was ordained into the United Church ministry in and served in New Brunswick, and in the Ottawa area before returning to the Townships ten years ago. He is now based in Waterville. Today he will reflect on the wisdom of children.
She is a music teacher by wo,en, and looking forward to leading us in this activity, one of our 'alternate' winter services. Hand drums will be provided, though hookuup may bring your own if you like. All Welcome to come listen to stories, or tell a story, as well as to stay for potluck lunch.
A participatory service of gentle but extraordinary movement exercises for all. No better way to get yourself centered. Joyce will share some of Nancy's thoughts on her urbugnacco visit there.
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December Sunday 9: Rev. To answer this question all we need to do is explain what we believe to be the core of Unitarian Universalism, explain how the whole New Testament came to be written, and then look at the Gospel of Thomas itself — all in 20 minutes or less. Brendan served UUEstrie in the s. He enjoys acting and singing in local theatre groups in Northern Vermont, where he lives.
There will be an opportunity to write letters of support in a of cases identified by Amnesty International. Adele Ernstrom on November He was held responsible for the abuse of Union captives in Andersonville Prison. The workshop will be given in English, with questions and comments welcome in French as well. This is an excellent chance to practise discerning the needs underlying the words of another and to improve our empathy and compassion skills. This gathering will feature dozens and dozens of talks and workshops, three of which are being organized and presented by the Canadian Unitarian Council.
We look forward to Eric's talk about what the experience of being at the Parliament was like. What a UU thing woken do! The schedule for the day begins at 9:am and goes till pm. Speak to Phyllis Baxter about possible car pooling. Sunday 4: Rev. Note: Daylight Savings Time ends this day: Fall back or be early to church! Also this Sunday after the worship service, we shall have a little celebration of the completion of a project initiated and driven by Mary Lynn Ross: the production of pew cushions urbihnacco our sanctuary pews.
Thanks to all who helped with the sewing, and Special thanks to Mary Lynn for making this happen, so that we are all more comfortable sitting in our sanctuary. Just what do they show us? Day Two of the workshop will be Saturday November In Lennoxville. Convenor:Joey Marosi. Newcomers welcome. Theme this month: "Sanctuary" Sunday 7: Rev.
This historic Universalist Church is located right on Highway about 1 km south of the junction with highway There will be no service in our meetinghouse in North Hatley on this day. Opening the concert will be a set of Scandinavian folk music played by guest musician Alex Kehler. One way to maintain our chah and avoid despair in difficult times is to cultivate the long-range view. We will explore ways linees voicing our vision and supporting each other in challenging times Sunday Rev. Carole and her husband David will be back from their summer travels as will many of linds.
The Water communion is a ritual that allows us to share the meaning of ificant happenings that we have experienced. How can we enhance our compassionate selves by learning to avoid judging others in the way we listen and in the way we speak? For those keen to hike the paths going up the hill, there are several loops of varying length; we shall make groups depending on how keen and able each person is.
For those whose mobility is very limited we invite you to meet us back at the picnic area about or A short devotional circle will close our morning. If the weather proves to be seriously inclement, we shall simply gather at 11am for wommen picnic lunch in Stoddard hall in our meetinghouse Main St in North Hatley All members, chqt and visitors are most welcome to us. Bring a frisbee if you have one!
August Sunday Ms. Consolation is there in the details of our lives. This talk will focus the everyday which brings to us comfort and balance and humour. Relax and enjoy yourself. This talk is not meant to teach or to be too serious but to highlight the good things there for us all. She learned to play indigenous flute in the mountains swx Santa Fe and began to study;research ancient sacred music.
This type of music will be shared. It holds twenty people, all of whom have to paddle at the same time to the beat of a drummer. Gabriella Brand recently participated in her first Dragon Boat Regatta. She thinks that Dragon Boating might be the answer to World Peace. Sunday 5: Ms. Whitty will explain how miracles happen through hard work, faith and community commitment. July Sunday Ms. We feel inadequate in our role as friend or neighbor, counselor or pastor.
But we are also humbled by this uncomfortable feeling, and ultimately brought to a new place of awareness. Gabriella Brand found herself in that situation recently while serving in the devastated Caribbean following Hurricanes Irma and Maria. Anne Fortier talks about how—in her own experience as a novelist—inspiration relates to creativity and energy, and ultimately to happiness.
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Vaughan Rd is at the northern limit of North Hatley, just past the curling rink on Capleton Rd, which is also Rte east. On Vaughan Rd cross over the bridge, bear slightly right towards Uma's house, and park under the trees somewhere. Sunday 1: No service in our meetinghouse this day.
Happy Canada Day everyone. Perhaps ufbignacco see you in Hatley! All for a great cause - to help UUEstrie. Get tickets now at or vicepresident uuestrie. It also marks the beginning of summer holidays for Quebec schoolchildren. He is completing a dissertation on inter-religious dialogue at Regis College, University of Toronto. He began thinking about the spiritual ificance of the treaty relationship in Canada. He will share some of the questions that he has found himself asking urgignacco last few months.
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Note the earlier than usual time: 10 am! The speaker is Rev. Karen Fraser Gitlitz, whom I know and highly recommend.