Watershed moments can also come to groups, or institutions, or even nations. A new sense of purpose or new goals can arise from conflict or agreement, an incident or a discovery. When the history of our era is written, this time might be considered a turning point for the Canadian Unitarian Council and for Unitarianism in Canada.
Read the discussion paper “Canadian Unitarian Council: Turning Towards the Future” for a description of our current challenges, the Board’s proposed future vision, and to see how you can get involved! You can provide your input by submitting a competed Board Feedback Form.
[See the December 2013 eNews for more background]