Â Womenâ€™sÂ Spirituality Group
10 Saturday Mornings from September to June, 9:00 to 11:30 a.m.; usuallythe 2ndÂ Saturday of the month.
Leadership:Â Members of the Group
Breakfast snacks, check-in, meditation and discussion of a topic are all part of a typical
Saturday morning with this group.Â All women on a spiritual quest are welcome.
Menâ€™s Spirituality Group
6 Saturday mornings fromÂ November to April, at 9:00 a.m.; usuallyÂ the 3rdÂ Saturday of the month.
Leadership:Â Clark Saunders and members of the group
Breakfast is followed by conversation about a topic that bears on our own experience of life.
Â ACES (Our Seniorâ€™s Lunches)
Usually the second Tuesday of the month from September to June, at 12:30 p.m.
Â Lunch and conversation is followed by a program of interest to Seniors.
Our Words of Faith
2 Wednesday Evenings at 7:30 p.m.; January 18 and 25.
Leadership:Â Mona Denton and Clark Saunders
A look at 4 faith statements produced by the United Church from 1925 to 2006 withÂ a view to considering where our own beliefs stand in relation to the question, â€œWhat Â does the United Church believe?â€
Â A Flair for the Dramatic
4 Monday Evenings at 7:30 p.m.; March 5 and 12, April 9 and 16.
Leadership:Â Â Clark Saunders
Building on an idea we piloted last year, we are inviting people to come and discuss plays with spiritual themes.Â Each play is part of the seasonâ€™s offerings at either the Royal Manitoba Theatre Centre (RMTC) or Prairie Theatre Exchange (PTE).Â The discussion sessions are on the first Monday following the run of the play in question.Â And donâ€™t worry if you missed the play; come anyway.
The discussion dates are:
March 5 –Â The Fighting DaysÂ (RMTC)
March 12 –Â Altar BoyzÂ (PTE)
April 9 â€“Â God of CarnageÂ (RMTC)
April 16 â€“Â Till It HurtsÂ (PTE)
Â Speaking Christian
3 Wednesday evenings at 7:30 p.m.; March 14, 21 and 28.
Leadership:Â Clark Saunders
Christians often use words like â€œsalvationâ€ and â€œfaithâ€ and â€œrepentanceâ€.Â But what Â do they really mean?Â Taking our lead from a book of the same title by New Â Testament scholar, Marcus Borg, we will look at some of these words to find out whether theyÂ mean what we think they mean and whether they really reflect our beliefs.