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Soul Food – What’s On Your Plate?

This reflection is about how each of us can live in alignment with our deepest values through our food choices, as well as other daily actions. 

Debbie is a wildlife artist, story-teller, and occasional service speaker at our Fellowship. She and her husband Bob have … read more.

Rev. Debra's Weekly Message

  • For thousands of years the Snuneymuxw peoples have walked gently and courageously on their traditional territories where we now live, work, worship, and play. We seek a new relationship with the first peoples, one based in honour and respect and we thank them for their hospitality.  As Unitarians, we are committed to the journey of reconciliation, listening, learning and to putting into practice the principles set forth in the  United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples. ~ Rev Debra Thorne – Sept 30, 2022  

Visting us

Lift up your spirits with music by: Teighan Couch (vocals), Patrick Courtin (Hammond organ), Brad Shipley (guitar) and Adam Robertson (drums)

Be guided through the music with a splash of spirituality by Rev. Debra Thorne

Admission at the door by donation

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