• Good News Cafe

    Tuesdays,10:30-11:30am Salons (1018 Nelson St.) Share the good news! This is a place to explore faith and life lessons with coffee, conversation and company. Each Tuesday you are invited to bring a piece of Good News to share. Led by Rev Lorraine.
    January 21 10:30 am - 11:30 am

  • Women’s Wisdom Circle

    On the 1st and 3rd Tuesday of the month Salons (1018 Nelson St.) Gather with a community of women to share the wisdom of your life. Drawing on themes such as aging, sexuality, peace-building, faith, poetry, and current events, we discuss, challenge, sing, pray and meditate together. Led by Rev Lorraine  
    January 21 1:30 pm - 3:30 pm

  • Movie Night at St.AW

       
    January 21 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm

  • Parent and Tot

    Newborns, toddlers and preschoolers with their parents, grandparents and caregivers gather for a time of free play, story, snack, parachute games and singing with their caring adult. Make new friends and find out about local resources to help support your family. Led by Caitlin Beck
    January 22 10:00 am - 11:30 am
    Jen Cunnings

  • Adult Education Series: The Gospel of John

    Lead: Rev David Ewart The Gospel of John is the most intensely personal and clearly directed at we the readers of any of the four Bible accounts of Jesus. It is the only one to explicitly say that it was written so that we might believe in Jesus. This four week programme will read through the whole book guided by the questions: Who is Jesus? Who am I? Who do I trust? Each week there will be opportunities for small group discussion, prayerful listening to the text, historical background to life and times of Jesus, and time for questions. David Ewart is a retired United Church ordained minister who was an active ally in the 1985 full inclusion of LGTBQ persons in the United Church and regularly writes on the future of the United Church. REGISTER HERE  
    January 22 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm

  • Jazz Vespers Jan 26

    Ingrid Stitt

    *We have moved to our Salons (1018 Nelson St.)

     
    January 26 4:00 pm - 5:00 pm

  • Candlelight Contemplative Service

    *location moved to St. Paul's Anglican Church 1130 Jervis St. Tend to your soul with this meditative and ancient practice. Set in candlelight, music and prayer, leave the stress behind and connect to the Holy. Music includes medieval chantings, classic songs and sacred world music. Chanting, burning of prayers and candle stations to help you sink into the Mystery. Questions?  Contact Rev. Rhian Walker Open. Inclusive. Sacred.
    January 26 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm
    Darryl Nixon – Minister of Music

  • Adult Education Series: The Gospel of John Copy

    Lead: Rev David Ewart The Gospel of John is the most intensely personal and clearly directed at we the readers of any of the four Bible accounts of Jesus. It is the only one to explicitly say that it was written so that we might believe in Jesus. This four week programme will read through the whole book guided by the questions: Who is Jesus? Who am I? Who do I trust? Each week there will be opportunities for small group discussion, prayerful listening to the text, historical background to life and times of Jesus, and time for questions. David Ewart is a retired United Church ordained minister who was an active ally in the 1985 full inclusion of LGTBQ persons in the United Church and regularly writes on the future of the United Church. REGISTER HERE  
    January 29 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm

  • Eat, Play, Love

    Come and join our community gathering for all ages that explores faith through play, story, song, prayer and a shared meal. Exploring an ancient letter we will uncover what it means as a community to embody love. Led by Caitlin Please RSVP so we know the numbers for dinner.  Thank you! caitlinreilleybeck@gmail.com 604-206-4702      
    February 1 4:00 pm - 6:30 pm

  • Adult Education Series: Small but Connected

    Imagine:  You’re standing under a vast canopy of stars, or on the beach looking at the horizon that ends at the distant curve of earth, or on a mountain peak taking in…well, the vastness of creation.  That feeling stirs, what?  Exhilaration, awe, an initial wow! and then, perhaps, a quieting of the heart and mind?   When people say they’re “spiritual’, many will point to an experience of wonder, reflecting Rabbi Abraham Heschel’s observation that “All religion begins in awe.”  We’ll explore different dimensions of this common, holy experience in the 4-week series, We’ll consider how we fit in the grand scheme of things in relation to Nature, History, Culture and the Sacred.  Rev. Dan will share images and reflections from his Sabbatical on this theme, opening into questions for reflection, small group discussion and shared consideration. REGISTER HERE  
    February 2 11:55 am