Upcoming Sunday Services

Our upcoming Sunday Services are listed below. Newcomers are always welcome.
Childminding is available for all Sunday services except Singing services where children join in!
10:30am at 379 Lower-Ganges Road

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September 24th 2017: Amanda Tarling “Mindfulness in difficult times”

The theme for our fall services is “Spiritual practices for these times” and we will start by looking at how we can find ways to be deeply mindful and grounded despite being constantly bombarded by harrowing news. Come join us as we investigate together ways to strengthen our spiritual response to trauma and become more resilient and connected.

October 1st, 2017: Amanda Tarling: “Finding a Sustaining Spiritual Practice”

Continuing the theme of “Spiritual practices for these times” we will investigate the Japanese practice of “naikan.” The word naikan means “looking inside” or “seeing oneself” with the mind’s eye.” This spiritual practice is based on asking three questions;

What did I receive today?
What did I give?
What troubles did I cause?

Join us as we deepen our awareness and resilience.

October 15th, 2017: Our Unitarian Singing Service with Barbara Slater

Our first singing service of the new season!

In our family-friendly sacred song circles, Barbara Slater teaches us chants from around the world, as well as a few simple songs from the Unitarian tradition. Any fan of Barbara’s Ubuntu song circles around the island are certainly welcome. All ages and abilities welcomed.

Uplifting 🙂 Don’t miss it!

October 29th, 2017: Community Potluck

Come and join our spiritual community as we share food and lively conversation this Sunday morning.

November 5th, 2017: Amanda Tarling: Physical Health and Spiritual Practice”

It’s fascinating that in China Studying medicine is like going to medical school within the confines of a theological seminary whereas In the West, we separate religion and medicine. Come and join us as we look at how our health can deepen our spiritual practice.

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December 3rd, 2017: Amanda Tarling: “Embracing the Sabbath as a Spiritual Practice”

As the holidays get closer we tend to become busier than ever. What better time to slow down and find time to be at peace. The Sabbath is traditionally a day of rest for people of the Jewish faith. Come and explore the numerous ways in which the Sabbath can invigorate our lives and our spiritual practices while helping us to find the calm and sacred stillness of this time of year.

December 10th, 2017: Our Unitarian Singing Service with Barbara Slater

In our family-friendly sacred song circles, Barbara Slater teaches us chants from around the world, as well as a few simple songs from the Unitarian tradition. Any fan of Barbara’s Ubuntu song circles around the island are certainly welcome. All ages and abilities welcomed.

Uplifting 🙂 Don’t miss it!

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