Friends of New Visions Toronto
“My biggest compliment for Mark is how he has kept his sense of humour.” — Barb Wentworth
Learn about Friends of New Visions Toronto, our new social justice project, and watch Ainsley Kendrick's loving yet informative interview with Mark and Barb Wentworth to learn more about Mark’s life living with Rett Syndrome.
Finding Solutions to the Problems of Crowding
As we contend with the wonderful problems of crowding, we invite your patience and generosity of spirit as we experiment with some potential solutions.
Seek - Connect - Serve
Committed to love and justice, we
seek to understand the meaning of our lives,
connect with others in common purpose, and
serve life to build a better world.
Seek. Connect. Serve.
For the past many months, I've been working with a team of our board members to get at the essence of our congregation's mission and vision---to try to explain in just a few simple and easy to remember words what we're trying to do as Unitarians in Toronto. What we've boiled it down to is: seek, connect, serve. Our hope is that these three words, especially when weaved into the sentence above, convey not only what we do, but also why and how.
We invite you to try these words on. We ask everyone to live with them for a time, to play with them, to reflect upon them, and see how well they fit the journey that each of us and all of us are on. Learn more.
In faith and love,
Making the Most of Ministry
Each month, we focus on a particular theme in an approach called Theme-Based Ministry, an invitation to go deeper into themes like Listening, Purpose, Courage, Connection, ...
With weekly services, a shared collection of readings and resources, and monthly small reflection circles called Theme-Based Ministry Groups, we live for several weeks with a series of questions on each topic. Learn more.