Animals Blessing Humans: a Love-Song in 4-Legged Time

Research shows that human relationships with companion animals have significant, positive impact on our health and well-being. Today, we honour and bless our animal friends. All well-behaved humans welcome; may be accompanied by responsible animal companions who remain connected by a leash or comfortably contained in a carrier.

Contemplative Service

A quiet, reflective time with readings and silence.

“Hungry for Change”

On this World Food Day, Rev. Helen will reflect on how our spiritual lives inform what we eat and our relationship with food, and how Unitarians might individually respond to the global hunger crisis. Sharing Our Plate Offering this Sunday will be donated to The Kamloops Food Bank Society.

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Chalice Circle Service Featuring Poetry

Wendy Weseen is the facilitator of the Chalice Circle today. This month’s theme, “Blessing” is reflected through poetry.

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Samhain Service

Samhain is a Gaelic pagan festival marking the end of the harvest season and the beginning of winter or the “darker half” of the year. Barbara Bowmar focuses on “ancestors”.