Kamloops Unitarian Events

January 14 – Meatless Soup & Movie Night, 5 pm; RSVP Anne

January 16 – UU & Friends Book Club, 10 am; for info contact Anne

January 30 – UU Men’s & Friends Lunch, 11:45 am, Kamloops Central Pub, 126 4th Ave, RSVP Roland

January 31 – UU Women’s Lunch, 11:45 am; Arigato Sushi, #70-1395 Hillside Drive; RSVP Heather G.

Canadian Unitarian Events

Connect and Deepen – Virtual Gathering, Monthly – January 12 & February 9 (2nd Sunday of the month), 4:00 – 5:30 p.m. ET

Join us for the opportunity to discuss matters of spiritual and theological significance in small groups and connect with people across the country.

What’s In a Name, February 22, 1:00 – 2:30 p.m. ET , Online

A recent discussion on the CUC Leaders list focused on the language we use to describe our Unitarian Universalist communities.  A summary of the conversation was compiled and distributed.  This Roundtable is an opportunity for us to consider the summary, to review some additional materials and then to share our questions about when renaming would be appropriate and to then learn a bit about what the renaming process might entail.  Registration deadline: February 13.

Community Events

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

Community Labyrinth Walk – January 5

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 – January 21

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. January’s theme is Recycling.

 

Global Movie Night – January 26

7 pm in Kamloops United Church lounge.

 

Sound Meditation – January 28

7 pm in Kamloops United Church.

Rob Gretsinger leads a gong meditation. This is a wonderful and unique way to meditate, especially if you have never meditated before. Sit and let the waves of sound roll over you.

 

Kamloops Adults Learners’ Society

KALS fosters an environment where it’s easy to share ideas, make new friends and—above all—learn for the sheer enjoyment of it. There are no exams, no deadlines and no pressure.

The calendar is posted on-line at www.kals.ca . Registration is on-line, by mail or in person.

Phone registration: 250-376-1525

 

Here is a selection of courses from the winter calendar which provide opportunities to broaden your spiritual horizons and support your Unitarian Values :

The Problems of the Internet – January 23, 10 am to 12 noon

Medical Assistance in Dying – an Update – January 24, 1:30 pm to 3:30 pm

Kamloops as a Transition Town – January 30, 10 am to 12 noon

Meditation Basics for Your Health – January 31, 1:30 pm to 3:30 pm; continues Feb 7th and 14th.