“Won’t you be my neighbour?”

Rev Christine Boyle will weave together the theology of Mr Rogers, faithful interpretations of who we think of as our neighbour, as well as inclusion and exclusion in the history of city-building. Plus radical love, and probably a hint of climate justice.

 

Christine is a first-term … read more.

The Farthest Shore

Ursula LeGuin was one of the literary greats of the 20th century, a wise, radical trailblazer who, across more than 50 books—novels, poetry, translations and criticism—expanded and deepened the boundaries of science fiction and fantasy literature. This service will feature an exploration of … read more.

Letting Go

So often, we struggle for things to stay the same—relationships, jobs, identity; and for good reason—letting go is hard.  We cling to what is and often fear the unknown of what may be.  As the season of Autumn winds down and Winter approaches, … read more.

Christmas Eve Service

Join us in this festival commemoration of Christmas.  We observe this special evening with carols, candles, readings, and the spoken word.

This is a special service full of meaning and peace; invite your friends and family.

Christmas Day Potluck and Carol Sing

No reason to be alone or cooped up on this festive day!  This is an informal gathering guaranteed to lift our holiday spirits.  Share some food and good will with good company—and don’t forget to bring your carol and holiday singing voices!

Fire Communion

In between the closing of the old year and the unfurling of the new, we come together in a ritual of reflection, letting go, and looking forward.

Fire Communion is an opportunity to cast the emotional baggage of the old year into the flames and, lighter in spirit, … read more.

UN Sunday and Gibbard Award

Join us for a Celebration of UN Sunday and the opportunity to meet and hear from this year’s John Gibbard Award winner. “The goal of world community with peace, liberty and justice for all.” We still affirm this principle and extend our support … read more.