Theology in the Dark is an occasional series offered in collaboration with Booth University College, in which we explore the idea that sometimes theology is best done through a medium such as film. The basic approach is to view a movie together, and then to spend some time in conversation, debriefing what we all saw. Sometimes these evenings are held in the screening room at Booth (which has a good sized screen, great sound and decent chairs), while on other occasions we arrange to meet at a movie theatre or at the church.
Wednesday May 10, 7:30pm in the All Saints’ Chapel – “It was a 470 km pilgrimage toward death and resurrection, seeking an end to the habits of domination and the birth of a new relationship with first people. Follow Bishop Logan McMenamie as he walks the length of Vancouver Island on a sacred journey through Lent” – A screening of Bram Ryan’s documentary One Step, including a talk by Bram and refreshments.