Connect with your community throughout the week through Bible study, choir, film, serving others and more. Explore our on-going programs that are designed to welcome the person who can commit to all sessions as well as those who can drop-in even for one class.
Tuesday Night Bible Study
Tuesday Night Bible study welcomes The Rev. Dr. Harry Maier on Nov. 6 and 13 from 7-8:30 pm. He will discuss the letters of Paul.
Location: CMUC Centre for Peace
Register: email@example.com or just drop-in
Tuesday Night Bible Study with Beth wraps-up for the fall term on Nov. 20. A key part of nurturing our Christian faith is learning to wrestle with our texts. Led by Rev. Beth Hayward. No experience required.
NOTE: The 2018 Tuesday night Bible study group has ended. Watch our announcements for upcoming Bible study opportunities.
Led by our Minister of Music, Lonnie Delisle
Dates: Thursdays 7:15-9 p.m., ongoing
Location: CMUC Sanctuary
Talk to Lonnie or email firstname.lastname@example.org to sign up
A mix of gospel, contemporary and traditional music. No auditions required.
Led by Tom Little
7-10 p.m., every second Friday
Location: CMUC Centre for Peace
Limit: 25 people. Register during coffee hour or in the Main office starting Sept 16th. Please commit to attending at least 50% of films.
NOTE: Registration for Cinema Sophia is currently closed. The next opportunity to join the group will be fall 2019. Watch for announcements this summer!
More than a film-watching group, this is a chance to experience deep and moving (and sometimes funny) films, and then discuss and reflect on them among spiritual community.
Meditation Group: Tuesdays, 7:00-8:30 p.m. | Fireside Room
Learn meditation techniques, listen to spiritual readings.
Questions? Contact Sam Wyatt, email@example.com.
Parent and Tot Group: Thursdays, 10:00-12:00 p.m. | Great Hall
Build community and offer support and encouragement while young children play and interact.
Questions? Contact Michelle Cobban, firstname.lastname@example.org.
JUSTICE AND SERVICE
In from the Cold
Join us to serve a hot meal at First United Church on the second Friday of every month from 3:30-7:30 pm. Volunteers cook a meat or veggie stew, set-up, and serve those in need of a nourishing meal.
To get involved, contact Heather McKelvie, email@example.com.
StreetMeals is an outreach ministry that has been supporting street-involved youth in Vancouver with a hot meal and sandwich program. StreetMeals provides food, clothes, and scholarships to street-involved youth.
To get involved, contact Joanne Hausch, firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Canadian Memorial community continues to listen and learn how we can live into the Truth and Reconciliation Commission’s calls to action.
To get involved, contact Hilary Kitson, email@example.com.
CMUC is part of a network of over 200 Affirming ministries across Canada. We declare in word and action that God loves and accepts people of all sexual orientations and gender identities. We are committed to working for the full inclusion of people of all sexual orientations and gender identities in the United Church of Canada and in society. Check out our action plan for the upcoming year here.
To get involved, contact Emily, firstname.lastname@example.org