Excited to announce a new type of Spiritual Gathering. Over the next 3 months SSUC will be featuring The Dinner Project. An evening of shared wisdom and activity, followed by a catered dinner. Explore ideas that help make the everyday meaningful, connect you with community and make an impact.
Perfect for people of any age – all are welcome to connect, share, discuss, and relax.
First one is Friday
How do we define who we are? Our identity is made up of so many aspects. We’re unique individuals while sharing a common humanity. We have an atomic oneness with all matter while our communities and loved ones shape who we are. We contain multitudes! As Canadian R&B band Beatchild and The Slaqadeliqs say, “The only difference between you and I is everything and nothing at all.” Beginning March 4th, SSUC begins a 4-part Sunday
Kathryn Otoshi. Publishers Group West, 2008. Blue is a quiet colour. Red’s a hothead who likes to pick on Blue. The other colours don’t like what they see, but what can they do? When no one speaks up, things get out of hand — until One comes along and shows all the colours how to stand up, stand together, and count. This is an amazing story, told in an accessible way for almost any child
The congregation’s AGM will take place on Sunday, March 11th following the spiritual gathering. Members, adherents and guests are welcome to attend and vote at the meeting. Business will include a review of 2017, approving the 2018 Board and Budget.
The meeting will take place over a potluck lunch, and if you’re able, please bring finger food to share: Last names A-P: sandwiches or vegetables Last names Q-Z: fruit or sweets To prepare for
Calling all movie fans, film buffs, and people who need a night out…
SSUC’s Film Series runs for 3 Wednesdays: February 21, February 28 March 7 6:30 pm
Do you trust us? We don’t tell you the movie in advance. It’s a secret. No pre-judgments, no preconceived notions about genre or actors or topic or theme. We can say this: they will all be movies from 2017 that deal with ideas and themes