Adult Learning

 

Mostly Chair Yoga

Mondays 9:30 – 10:30am: Sep 14 – Nov 30 (no class October 12)

‘a stretch and strengthen mostly seated practice’ with Karen Bowles. Voluntary donation to Out of the Cold program in Regent’s Park.

Yoga and Meditation in the Sanctuary

Wednesdays 6:30 – 8pm: Sep 16 – Dec 11 classes – $165.00

‘a more vigorous yoga practice’ taught by yoga teachers Graydon Moffat, Sarah Campbell and Karen Bowles

Bridges to Contemplation

Small groups meeting weekly for shared meditation and conversation, based on brief readings from various spiritual writers, guided by the work of Thomas Merton. Speak with Doug Norris about new groups forming.

Chair Yoga at the CRC   Tuesdays, 9:30-10:30

Come join Karen for a Karma class each week Sept to March at 40 Oaks.

The Prayer Circle  Tues 7-9pm: Sep 15, Oct 20, Nov 17, Dec 15

Pray daily for those who request prayer. Strengthen community and disseminate lovingkindness through the energy of prayer.

Pastoral Care Associates    Bimonthly on Mon 7-9pm: Oct 19 (8-9:30)

Visit others in the community who request or require a visit. There is gift in both the giving and the receiving in this ministry.

Out of the Cold in Regent Park   Tuesdays, we serve lunch November through March at the CRC.Advent by Candlelight       Mon, Nov 30, 6:30 punch, 7 – 8 tea and service

Join over 100 woman from the community in the Sanctuary for tea, and a short service with song to begin the Advent season.

 

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