ACM 2014 (Annual Conference & Meeting) is in Montreal! The Montreal Host Committee is working energetically with CUC staff to make this a memorable gathering. Join us for Saturday evening’s ‘Many Flavours of Montreal!’ where we bring some of Montreal’s outstanding entertainment possibilities to the ACM. Enjoy circus flare, dynamic drag, song, dance, sparkle and a lot of laughs.
Come, and be part of the enriching communal experience that is our annual ACM. If you’re new to Unitarian Universalism and wonder if there are more UUs out there – come. If you are a congregational leader and want to know if others face similar issues – come. If you’ve been involved in your UU community for a while and are curious about what other UUs are doing – come. If you’re a young adult and are keen to explore new ways of building UU community – come. If you like music and singing – come. Together, let’s build this beloved commUUnity of sacred spaces beyond walls that is the theme of this year’s gathering.
If you have not registered yet, mid bird registration runs until April 20. Special Hotel Room Rate $119/night available until April 23
Check it out here: http://cuc.ca/acm-2014/registration
Come join UUs from across the country in the delightful city of Montreal! Over the May long weekend from May 16 – 18, 2014, we will gather to engage around the theme of “Building Beloved CommUUnity: Sacred Spaces Beyond Walls.”
Register by March 30th for lowest prices and a chance to win a free registration!
What’s in store for you at ACM 2014?
Rev. Brian Kiely being awarded the 2013 Nancy and Victor Knight Living Tribute Award
Since 1995 the Knight Award has been presented annually to a living person who has, as a volunteer, contributed at the national level to furthering the principles of Unitarianism in Canada. The award honours the ideals exemplified by the lives of Victor and Nancy Knight.
Nominations for the 2014 award may be submitted by any member or friend of a Canadian UU congregation, and must be accompanied by a citation describing what the nominee has done at the national level to promote liberal religious principles in Canada and why she or he should be considered for the award. The citation should be at least 200 words in length and may be submitted to Mary Lu MacDonald electronically at firstname.lastname@example.org or by post to her at 1206 – 2677 Gladstone Street, Halifax, Nova Scotia, B3K 0A3.
Nominations must be received by March 17, 2014.
To view past recipients, click here.
The 2015 Annual Conference and Meeting will be held in the capital city of Ottawa.
Hosted by the First Unitarian Church of Ottawa, the ACM venue is Algonquin College.
Algonquin has a beautiful new theatre, where the Sunday service will be held.