We are a congregation of The United Church of Canada.
We are a Thriving Congregation, Vital to the community
Alive as followers of Jesus the Christ, and Sustainable into the future
We Engage with the wider community; We Listen and Respond to the Spirit;
We Value and Include everyone and Practice sustainability
We Are Weaving a Faith that Matters…may the Spirit stir us on!
We acknowledge with gratitude that we live and gather on the unceded and ancestral lands of the Kwantlen, Matsqui, Katzie and the Semiahmoo people. We honour their faithful stewardship of the land and seek to walk in the Spirit of reconciliation.
Canada awakened to yet another layer of pain as we learned about the 215 children found at the Kamloops Residential School. We grieve, we lament, and we listen… listen for the call of Spirit to guide us on how we are to be, and what we are to do.
With this service, we honour National Indigenous Peoples Day, June 21, recalling our past, but more importantly, defining our future.
Our new program theme for June is the 'Names of God' to honour all the different names and ways that are used to describe God.
As with each month, the program has stories, activtives, and more that will explore some of the different names for God! Click HERE to access this month's fun activities.
We start this episode with an excerpt from No Exit, a play by philosopher Jean Paul Sartre.
What do we mean by authentic self? How do we know when we are being it? How do we handle not feeling authentic?
Join us as we process these questions and more with our guest, Kristen Tideman, a philosophy student.
Our Social Justice Program Facilitator, Nigel Chuah, has been hard at work from his day one with UCoL. If you are as enthusiastic about social justice as he is, please check out the Social Justice Langley section on this site and subscribe to the Social Justice Langley YouTube channel and Facebook page that he started.
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