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Sermon: Skin in the Game by Christine Boyle

Last Sunday’s sermon from our Minister of Community Life, Christine Boyle, was a challenge to radically personalize our relationship to climate change. Be inspired as you listen to her meditation on how our individual bodies are intimately connected both to our land and to each...
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Rev. Rhian Walker: Prayer As Action in the World

Rev. Rhian Walker graced us with her serene presence last Sunday to deliver her sermon “Prayer As Action in the World”. Rhian serves as the Minister at Trinity United Church, which is located at the Heartwood Cafe. A recent graduate of the Vancouver School of...
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Rev. Sally McShane leaves First United Church

From the staff at First United: This week we said goodbye to our beloved Reverend Sally, who has been the steward of First United Church’s spiritual core and ‘keeper of the faith’; a trusted confidant and sounding board; a comfort and gentle guide to seekers; and a rockin’...
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Bringing Our Gifts to the Table

Music director Lonnie Delisle speaks on how we can respond to the call of spirit to bring our gifts to the table, and why he gives. Congregation members Mary Lou Whittaker, Jimena V. Mendieta, Duncan Etches, and Barb Quinn talk about why they give at Canadian Memorial.
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How Empathy Can Change the World: Guest Speaker Marc Gopin

Marc Gopin is director of the Center for World Religions, Diplomacy and Conflict Resolution, and James H. Laue Professor at George Mason University. He studies the role that religion and culture play in conflicts and conflict resolution. In 2008 he received the Andrew Thomas...
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