Kamloops Unitarian Events

 

March 9 – Potluck social with Rev. Danielle Webber; at the Gordon’s house; 5:30 pm

March 24 – Birthday cake celebration after the service for those with January, February, and March birthdays.

March 24 – Annual General Meeting follows the service and the birthday celebration.

March 22 – Men’s social lunch; 11:45 am, Noble Pig, 650 Victoria St; RSVP Roland

March 29 – Women’s social lunch; 11:45 am, Moon Wok, 1820 Roger’s Way; RSVP Heather G.

March 30 – Earth Hour storytelling; RSVP Anne

 

Canadian Unitarian Events

**To register, please use the links found in our March-April newsletter **

 

Truth, Healing & Reconciliation Through Film : Trick or Treaty

Registration (ends March5)

Watch the film and read the materials: March 6 –March 20

Reflection Group:Wednesday, March 20, 7:00-8:30 p.m. ET and Saturday, March 23, 12:30-2:00 ET p.m.

 

Virtual Gathering: Hope in Hard Times

Wednesday,March 6,7:00–8:30p.m.ET OR Saturday,March 9,12:30-2:00p.m.ET

Arising out of common concern, voiced by religious professionals, we invite people to join in this time of reflection and sharing –looking at the ways we find Hope in Hard Times.

 

Truth, Healing & Reconciliation Through Film : Angry Inuk

Registration:March 23–April10 Watch the film and read the materials: April 10 –April 24 Reflection Group:Wednesday, April 24, 7:00-8:30 p.m. ET and Saturday, April 27, 12:30-2:00 p.m. ET

 

Creating meaningful worship: Webinar: Worship as a Beacon for Congregational Growth

Saturday,March 30,9:30a.m.– 12:30p.m.PT(12:30–3:30p.m.ET) Registration will end March24 and a minimum number of participants is needed, please register early. We’ll explore ways to create meaningful worship that engages minds,hearts,and spirits.Our presenter is the Rev.Dr.Barbara Wells ten Hov

 

Community Events

 

Here are events which may speak to our Unitarian values and allow us to promote them in the wider community:

Simply Living : Lenten Luncheon Lectures 2019

St. Paul’s Anglican Cathedral, 360 Nicola Street, Thursdays at 12:15 PM followed by a light lunch

Since 2004 the St. Paul’s Lenten Luncheon Lecture series has attracted some of Kamloops’ most imaginative and thoughtful speakers and leaders. This year’s offering is no exception.
Drawing on the theme SIMPLY LIVING, presenters will connect experience, wisdom and practice in a way that will inspire and encourage people of all faiths and convictions. Presentations will be video recorded and published in hard copy following the lectures. A delightful light lunch follows the lectures to which all are welcome and encouraged to partake.

March 7 – Living with Addiction – Rob Baker
March 14 – Living with Hunger – Michael Schapcott
March 21 – Living with A New Child – Jane Gingrich
March 28 – Living with Your Own Wild Soul – LeAnn Blackert
April 4 – Living With Albinism – Ken Gray
April 11 – Living a Reconciling Life – Barbara Andrews

Community Labyrinth Walk

Kamloops United Church Hall, first Sunday evening of the month, 7 PM

Enjoy a quiet evening of Labyrinth mediation. We hope that within an ambience of serenity and gentle sound you will find peace and centre while walking the labyrinth.  All are welcome.

Philosophers’ Café

The Smorgasbord Café, the third Tuesday evening of the month, 7 PM

The Council of Canadians sponsors presentations and discussions once a month from January to May. Everyone is welcome.

 

Global Movie Night

Kamloops United Church Hall, last Sunday of the month, 7 PM

Enjoy a monthly provocative film followed by discussion. This is a free event.

Kamloops Adult Learners Society Courses

To attend a session, you need to register as a member $15, and also pay the course fee. Single session courses cost $10, and multi-sessions fees vary. These courses are always very interesting and well worth the minimal expense. To register, call 250-376-1525. Sessions usually are held at the North Shore Community Centre in Cottonwood Residence.

March 8 – From a Buddhist Perspective – 3 weeks
March 12 —  Zero Waste and Ways to Get There
March 14 – Shuswap Language

Impact Fest

March 30, 10am – 3 pm; St Paul’s Anglican Cathedral

Organized by Transition Kamloops.

So many of us are doing “good” in Kamloops –how can we ensure that our efforts are having maximum impact? By working together! Come join us for a day of building connections and inspiring one another.Fun, good for you, and good for our community! Do you have a strong commitment to building a healthy, resilient Kamloops?Then this is the day for you!l.Please feel free to pass on this invitation to anyone else who might be interested. Because we are providing lunch (yes –a free lunch !), we need participants to pre-register.. Please send any questions to transitionkamloops@gmail.com.