Small Groups

Connect with Unitarians Near You

New Neighbourhood Groups We’re (re-)initiating neighbourhood groups for Unitarians around Metro Vancouver. Each neighbourhood group will develop their own ideas about when, where, how and why to meet. How often do the groups meet? In terms of frequency, they might decide to meet monthly at a regular time, or, more likely, might decide to meet several times per year. It could be that one or more groups will exist primarily online as an email group that helps people to connect and arrange for get togethers on merely a spontaneous level. Larger gatherings would need someone/s to make decisions and issue the invitation each time there’s an event, of course. Over time, all those participating would likely take a turn at “hosting” an event. Hosting, however, doesn’t have to be a gathering in your home. It might be a meetup at a coffee shop, arranging a group to attend a film … Continued

Collage – A new small group: Come and cut and paste together

Come and enjoy choosing images and creating a collage This is an opportunity for creative play and self-exploration using collage. We work quietly at our own pace. Scissors, glue sticks, paper and images all available – but bring your own if you wish. Calendars are especially lovely. Any magazines you bring should be taken away or recycled, or have images and words clipped for others. (We have limited storage space). Please RSVP to Mary and Laurie. Supported by UCV’s Arts Committee. More about collage: Definition: collage (n.) form of abstract art in which photos, newspaper clippings, found objects, etc., are glued onto a surface, 1919 (Wyndham Lewis), from French collage “a pasting,” from Old French coller “to glue,” from Greek kolla “glue,” a word of uncertain origin, perhaps Pre-Greek. Some formats and approaches Various people have created particular styles and formats for collage. You may be interested in learning about these below. Vision Boards SoulCollage(R) is a method … Continued