The Sunday 4pm liturgy resumes this coming Sunday, September 23, and will be gathering on the 1st and 3rd Sunday of each month through the fall. This 40 minute liturgy is geared to families with younger children, but is certainly welcoming to people of all ages.
Theology by the Glass – the final round in this summer series is set for Monday September 24, 7:30pm at “The Red Cactus,” 691 Corydon Avenue. For this one we’ll be introduced to the figure of Daniel Berrigan, a near legendary radical in the 1960s who at the age of 92 is still characterized as “America’s Street Priest” in this article by the journalist Chris Hedges. To access the article, simply click here.
ideaExchange – Tuesday October 2, 7:30pm at the Folk Exchange (in the Crocus Building, 211 Bannatyne Ave at Albert Street).Emily Cain of the Canadian Foodgrains Bank (and of saint benedict’s table) will offer a session called “Justice or Compassion,” which will invite us into a conversation stemming from the challenges encountered in her international experiences with the Foodgrains Bank.
A support circle for caregivers – Helen and Paul Holbrook have decided to launch a monthly group for people involved in pastoral ministry or other “helping” work (social workers, medical staff, even school teachers… anyone whose work calls them to into roles of counsel and support). Both Helen and Paul work in the field of spiritual care in hospital settings. The first gathering is set for Thursday October 4, the second for Thursday November 1. To get connected or for more information, contact us.
a saint ben’s bonfire evening – Friday October 5, 7:30pm at Don and Vonda’s place in La Salle, just a few minutes south of the city. There’ll be coffee and hot chocolate on offer, and people are welcome to bring other snacks (sweet or savory…) to share. Please bring a lawn chair! For directions as to how to get there, simply contact us.
Do you happen to have an unused hockey stick sitting in your garage? Over the winter, Tim and Corinne Plett and family will continue to stay connected with many of the kids who came to the day camp from the King’s Transitional School, and are going to be having kids from that school out to their property every couple of weeks. One of the standard winter-time activities at the Plett property is hockey, and they could really do with some extra sticks. If you have one to spare, just bring it along to church on a Sunday night!