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Our Rev. Meg Roberts is part of this production.
Provocative and entertaining, this interactive production is created and performed by an Indigenous and non-Indigenous cast, and asks us to imagine what reconciliation really means. If you want innovative theatre that is engaging and challenges your perceptions, this would be it.
If you left the performance of šxʷʔam̓ ət (home) wondering where we go from here, please join us on January 27, 2018 from 12 to 4:00 for a facilitated discussion. This is a wonderful and meaningful opportunity to come together to debrief, to discuss and to go forward from our experience as an audience in this interactive play. Truth and Reconciliation is a process; the creating of a healing path for all the
People of Canada. It’s an opportunity to learn from one another and to walk towards Liberation
from our painful past and to move forward out of continued inequality and racism. All who
attended the play are welcome. There is no charge and coffee and tea are provided. We will all
enjoy a potluck lunch together at 12:00 so bring something to share.
In this time of global uncertainty and unrest, people have been expressing a desire for group meditative
space for healing and wholeness. The Taize silent atmosphere has been one way to
meet that need for those with a Christian orientation.The planning meeting will
explore ways to create a quiet, focused unity that incorporates chants and readings from diverse faith
traditions. With this inclusive content, the objective is to transform the present Taize service into a One
World Meditation and Chanting gathering.
Led by Christopher Wulff
Building on the work of Rev. Dr. Kendyl Gibbons, 2015’s Religious Humanist of
the Year, spiritual maturity is about those places of faith and practice where we find ourselves
growing more able to encounter what is real instead of living in fantasy; to acknowledge and accept
our own limitations; to know wonder, blessing and generosity; and, to offer radical, active and
compassionate love for ourselves and others. Working through the twelve elements of spiritual
maturity, we will find wisdom, comfort and challenge in other spiritual and religious traditions, as well
as in our own intuition, experience and UU practices.
Delegates or attendees who are chosen will agree to write a written report for CVUF, as well as to bring
back what is learned and share it with the congregation in some appropriate way (e.g., meet with a
committee who is doing that work, meet with the Board, etc.). These delegates or attendees may also
be eligible for some financial support through the Board, depending on the budget for any given year.
Please contact a board member if you are interested in attending as a delegate of CVUF this year.