Strengthened in spiritual growth, supported in diverse community, we strive to transform ourselves and heal our world through compassionate action. Curious about our Sundays? Click here for information.
Our Sunday services are available to those at home. Open to members and friends, live stream requires a password to access. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org phone the office at 250-744-2665 for the link and password.
We have a new set of themes to explore as a congregation this church year. Our mission calls us to “transform ourselves and our world through compassionate action.” Here is our guide our spiritual explorations throughout the year:
September – Kinship: the practice of living a life of relatedness
October – Listening: the practice of opening oneself to the experience of others
November – Integrity: the practice of living authentically
December – Hope: the practice of leaning into the light
January – Stillness: the practice of dwelling in open moments
February – Reconciliation: the practice of healing broken relationship
March – Resilience: the practice of tapping into your inner strength
April – Imagination: the practice of playing with possibilities
May – Tradition: the practice of connecting with your roots
June – Identity: the practice of understanding the many facets of your being
Strengthened in spiritual growth, supported in community, energized by diversity, we strive to transform ourselves and our world through compassionate action.
We are often able to facilitate ride sharing by car – please phone the office at 250-744-2665 by Wednesday morning if you would like a ride.
Join us for one of our monthly Community Dinners. Everyone is invited. We gather once a month in a family-friendly setting on the second Friday of every month from September to June. Join a Neighbourhood Group in your area and get to know others in the congregation who live close to you.
You are welcome to visit our virtual ‘candle lighting room.’Take a moment to pause, breathe deeply, and hold gently whatever is in your heart. Or come to the church and experience walking our labyrinth the ancient symbol which relates to wholeness. It combines the imagery of the circle and the spiral in a meandering by purposeful path, representing a journey to our own centre and back out into the world.
In another article, Reverend Shana Lynngood writes: “We all want to live lives that we believe in. We all want to live in such a way that when our last day arrives we will feel good about who we have been and how we have lived.” Read more here.