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Exploring Spirit – Practices for the Journey

Spirituality does not come from religion. It comes from our soul”      Anthony Williams Exploring Spirit – Practices for the Journey is a series of experience-based explorations of spirituality. It is not based on one religion, one set of beliefs or one way of thinking about ourselves as spiritual creatures. If you have an open mind or a curious one, an adventurous spirit or a questioning one, we invite you to attend any or all of the Exploring Spirit evenings. All sessions begin at 7:00 pm and run for approximately 1 - 2 hours on the first Tuesday of the month Click Here for Exploring Spirit Poster       Click Here for Exploring Spirit Brochure Spirit Types – Tuesday, October 3 at Applewood UC with Barb Finlay, Adult Educator   Come and gain some insight about how you like to experience and express your spirituality. Labyrinth Walk – Tuesday, November 7 at St Stephen’s on the Hill UC Meditation Labyrinth with Anne Moore   With candlelight and guided contemplation - … [Read more...]

Ministry in Motion 2017

“Come to Ministry in Motion for inspiration, education and fun,” Rev. Dr. Orville James said. Although the two and a half day conference will be held in a United Church –—Wellington Square in Burlington, “anyone in congregational leadership who has an interest and a curiosity about best practices that are renewing Canadian congregations” are more than welcome to attend. READ ORVILLE'S COMPLETE STATEMENT For those wishing to experience a taste of what the November 13-15 conference will have to offer, last year’s plenary speeches by Rev. Dr. Rob Fennell, Rev. Dr. Paul Wilson and Dr. Roger Nishioka have been posted on the Ministry in Motion web site at www.ministryinmotion.ca. The podcasts include teaching in the areas of youth ministry, homiletics and translating theological concepts into practical service. This year’s keynote speaker, Episcopal Priest, Rev. Dr. Lauren Winner, the vicar of St. Paul’s in Louisburg, North Carolina is “one of the premier young voices in Christian … [Read more...]