Standing in the Light

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Life is an unfolding and no matter if we are in the cave of despair, or living in confusion and hurt out in the world. God is there. We are a part of the unfolding, but only a part. When we remember this, then we are in that still place … Continue reading

Make Your Voice Heard on Climate Change

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The federal government is seeking public input on climate change policies.    You are encouraged to submit input through the Citizens for Public Justice web site, which facilitates the process, provides suggestions, and is slanted toward faith communities:  http://www.cpj.ca/climate-consultation   Or, you can submit through the government’s web site:  http://eccc.publivate.ca/ideas   The United … Continue reading

Experiencing a Sweat Lodge

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By Darlene Ogilvie I , along with a group of ladies, took part in a women’s sweat lodge on May 14th. Our leader and host, Joan Arnouse, and her helpers, Gina, Peggy and Donna were very gracious and welcoming as they taught us about the traditions  and significance of a … Continue reading

June Pub Theology

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Thursday, June 16, 2016, 7:00 pm Not your regular Sunday Service! Here is your chance to share a drink with friends while talking about things that matter. Pub Theology is open to anyone over 19 and the sky is the limit in terms of topics of conversation. We will bring a … Continue reading

Piano Concert

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Don’t miss this solo piano recital by our own gifted pianist, Jaeden Izik-Dzurko. Friday, June 10 at 7:30 pm. Music by Bach, Beethoven, Schumann, Chopin and Scriabin. Admission free or by donation.