Welcome

 

We are a spiritual community supporting each other in exploring our personal journeys, regardless of beliefs or spiritual paths.  We welcome you.

We invite you to attend our weekly community-led Sunday Services from 11:00 a.m. to Noon and join us for refreshments after the service.  Everyone is also welcome to drop into Oneness Wednesdays  from 7:00 p.m to 8:30ish on  Wednesdays.     Our address is 111 Superior Street, Victoria,  BC.  Phone number is (250) 999-1064.

If you are interested in renting our beautiful sacred space at the Church of Truth, please contact Esther Hart at 250-896-5933 or: cotrentals@gmail.com.

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Sunday Service Schedule  – Join us from 11 a.m. to Noon each week  

SUNDAY SERVICES IN October:

THEME:  Journey of the Heart, Mind and Soul.  Part 2

 

October 1             Social Inspiration for Creativity

October 8           Gratitude

October 15         The Great Transition of Death

October 22         Harvest of the Soul

October 29        DAY OF THE DEAD Celebration   (A “community-like” service)

For more information:  http://cotvictoria.ca/churchservices/

Oneness Wednesdays Meditation Circle: 

 October 6, 13, 20 + 27, 7 p.m. to 8 pm       

Everyone Welcome to Drop-In!
Free or by Donation

For more info:  http://cotvictoria.ca/oneness/ or Linda at 250-380-6383

 LESSONS FROM THE PACHAMANA ALLIANCE

 

FACILITATORS: Michael Tacon and Chris Bullock

DATE: Saturday, November 4, 2017

PLACE: Church of Truth, 111 Superior St.

TIME: 10-4 p.m.

COST: $15 donation.  Some snacks and refreshments but bring a lunch.

This event is a fundraiser for the Church of Truth.

 “Lessons from the Pachamama Alliance” is a shortened version of the Pachamama Symposium, with some discussion also – thanks to material supplied by Linda Chan—of an unique training course,  “Game Changer Intensive” which the Pachamama Alliance  developed  to prepare people to engage in effective action in the world.

Please register by writing to:  chrisbullock@shaw.ca

For More Information:  http://cotvictoria.ca or call/text Linda at 250-380-6383

About the Pachamama Alliance:   The Pachamama Alliance was founded in response to an appeal from the Achuar, an indigenous group in the Amazon rain forest, for help in protecting their lands. The Achuar insisted that the most lasting help they could receive would be if the Alliance worked to change the misguided “dream of the Western world.”  To work on this change, the Alliance evolved the Pachamama Symposium, a hard-hitting program using research, video material and participant discussion to explain how environmental disaster, social injustice and spiritual emptiness are linked in the “dream,” and to explore how to move to a world based on spiritual fulfilment, environmental sustainability, and social and economic justice.

For More info:  https://www.pachamama.org/

About Michael Tacon and Chris Bullock, Facilitators:

Michael is strongly committed to finding ways to meet the challenges of a rapidly changing world in a positive and constructive way through his work with the Sooke Transition Town Initiative and his work as a facilitator with the Pachamama Alliance. He currently lives in Harbourside, a Cohousing community for seniors, in Sooke.

        

   

Chris finds his inspiration in poetry, hiking, men’s groups, compassionate communication, and a spirituality based on the discovery of the radiance of everyday life, and the connection of all beings. He finds the Pachamama Alliance’s linking of environmental sustainability, social justice and spiritual fulfilment to be an important part of the way forward in these troubled times.

 

The future belongs to those who believe in the beauty of their dreams

—- Eleanor Roosevelt

“FRESH FRUIT FOR FRIENDS” will happen on the first Sunday of each month.  We invite you to bring some fruit to Sunday Service – All types of fruit an/or cash are welcome with gratitude     (Hand-held fruit i.e. bananas are really appreciated)  which will be given to “Our Place Society” for the homeless on Monday morning.

 

 

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