Theology in the dark

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.

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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.