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Provincial Regulations will be in place until further notice.
In-person religious gatherings and worship services are suspended under the order. For example:
* Do not attend a church, synagogue or mosque service
Religious services can continue using remote or virtual attendance options, like Zoom or Skype.
During this time Sunday services will be conducted by Zoom only.
March 7th will include a brief presentation by Jennifer Sagar on her explorations in consciousness.
Please join Jennifer to talk about her experiences with Quantum Hypnosis Healing Technique/Illumined Quantum hypnosis which can be done on line. Yea! After a brief outline she’ll be happy to take any questions about these techniques. Looking forward to “seeing” you all there
On March 14 we will host two young dedicated Victoria Climate Activists, Grace Sinats & Emma-Jane Burian.
Their presentations will be followed by a Q&A opportunity.
Grace Sinats (age 15) & Emma-Jane Burian (age 18) will speak about their involvement with Climate Action Initiatives and the importance of Lowering the Voting Age. They will speak for about 20 minutes, followed by a Q & A session.
Grace is currently preparing for her first TedTalk on March 27 so you will hear her first here on Sunday before her big debut!
Emma-Jane & Grace will also be speaking on Frances Litman’s Creative Solutions for a New World webcast Series soon.
Grace Sinats is a 15 year old climate activist, and passionate advocate for lowering the voting age in Canada. From a young age, Grace found herself infuriated with the government’s actions around the Site C dam, and the Kinder Morgan pipeline. She found herself feeling powerless, as the environment and her future slipped away. Through watching this destruction, Grace strived to make her voice heard. She decided to no longer be silent, and found herself involved with a local climate striking group near the start of 2019.
She joined Our Earth Our Future, a climate strike group demanding intersectional and just climate action through all areas of governance. In 2019, during a global week of action, her group mobilized over 20,000 people to the streets of Victoria BC. Soon after, Grace found herself in a meeting with the current minister of Climate Change Strategy. She felt excited for this meeting as she finally felt her voice being heard. However, what she didn’t expect is that even though she was able to speak, she still felt silent. This didn’t discourage Grace, and since then she has organized over 4 successful climate strikes.
Although Grace was able to share her message to the general public, she still felt that her MP’s and MLA’s were still not listening. Soon Grace found the Vote16 movement and finally saw a way to be heard. Grace is currently set to deliver a TEDx talk late march. Her talk centres on her vision for a more just, equitable society, where all voices are heard. She urges that the reason young people do not vote isn’t because they think politics is boring, it’s because we as a society make it inaccessible.
For February 7 and 14th, everyone is invited to share a poem, or other short writing they have authored, an art piece they have created, a song they have composed about the essence of love of just talk from your heart.
Love can be approached from many angles. Here are a few ideas to consider:
- Manifestations of Love you have experienced: affecting physical body, emotional body, spiritual or mental body.
- Love as an analogy for God;
- Expressions of Love as a powerful healer.
Or choose anything about LOVE you feel drawn to that has meaning for your life.
We hope you will join us and share, you!
for our Spiritual Directions Committee