Speaker: Steve Lennon

May 1 Help You?

Yes! We have made it through a ragged, snowy, cold winter all the way to the merry month of May. We can now put away the parkas and snow shovels and start thinking about things greening and growing. May Day – a time for change, … read more.

Ô Nuit

Inspired by a beautiful old French musical ode to nighttime, by Jean-Philippe Rameau, and by a Nocturne exhibit at the Winnipeg Art Gallery years ago, Steve looks at our emotional and spiritual connections to the night, and to the darkness. 

Coordinator: Kelvin Seifert

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Get Back

We keep hoping, during this pandemic, that we will at some point get back to normal, whatever we believe that to be. But we feel powerless to affect much change in that direction. What is it that we really need to get back to and, … read more.

Camp as a Spiritual Practice

For many years, our congregation has taken a group camping trip. It’s one of our truly multigenerational events that also connects us to our shared values of community and the interdependent web of all life. The global pandemic has meant adjustments to this yearly tradition, … read more.

I Won’t Make That Mistak Again

“Learning from others’ mistakes has taken all the fun out of making my own.”

~ Dennis van Westerborg

As much as we try to avoid making errors, it is often by our mistakes that we learn important information about ourselves. Mistakes can even lead … read more.

The Darkness and the Light: A Solstice Service

Steve Lennon, with assistance from Marian Siemens

Service Coordinator: Steve Lennon

How does our affinity, or discomfort, with darkness or light affect how we approach our days and nights? Come celebrate both darkness and light as we look closer at the balance for the earth that Solstice heralds.

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