Category: Earth Spirituality

Women’s March – Discussion and Poster-making

Sunday January 13 7:30-8:30 pm Fireside Room, Vancouver Unitarian Centre, 949 West 49th at Oak

Women’s March – Discussion and Poster-making

Cayla Naumann  just moved to Vancouver in May of last year after having lived 15 years in Victoria. She grew up in the Unitarian Church San … read more.

Volunteer Roles for Annual Women’s Gathering

You can still register to attend our annual Women’s Gathering. Scroll down for link to register.

And we’re still looking for some help to ensure the evening goes smoothly. Many of the volunteer roles are for a 15-minute shift. Many hands make light work and all … read more.

Good Yule and Happy Solstice

Winter Solstice will occur in Vancouver on December 21 at 9:11 am Pacific time.

You can check out solstices and equinoxes here: https://www.timeanddate.com/calendar/seasons.html

This month’s full moon will be on December 22 at 9:48 am. The December full moon is sometimes called “Cold Moon” (for obvious reasons, … read more.

Earth Spirituality Calendar

Some people like to print out their calendar, so we’re experimenting with creating a monthly pdf of all of the earth spirit, circle dance, pagan and labyrinth events. Let me know if this is useful and any suggestions or questions you have. We will post on … read more.

Moon Phases Are Delicious

Oreo Cookies illustrate the moon phases around the container for symbols of what we’re letting go of during the dark moon ritual.

In Neo-Paganism the moon cycles are often seen as a way to think about planting/growing/nurturing (during the waxing moon) and letting go/banishing/decreasing (during the … read more.

Annual Ancestor Shrine–October 28th

Origins of Our Tradition

Mary, Catherine, Nancy, Terence, Morgan and Jen first created an Ancestor Shrine with the children’s program back in the fall of 2013. Transforming the meditation room into a place of remembrance at the end of October has become a firm tradition since … read more.

Nature Mandalas and Hangings

Sandy taught us how to make rope from day lily leaves and then weave in a colourful fall mix of natural plants. If you’d like to do more nature art with Sandy, please contact her on Sundays or through earthspiritucv@gmail.com 

 

Mary’s nature mandala at the centre … read more.

Fall on the Labyrinth

Calendula in various stages: full bloom to full seed. Planted judiciously it will grow year round.
Apple mint in pot on west pathway near hedge. Cranesbill geranium (pale pink flowers) in ground in front.
Pineapple mint (left) and peppermint (right)
Golden Lemon thyme. Along with red creeping thyme, … read more.