When I was snowshoeing on the River a few weeks ago, I encountered a large herd of deer. It was totally unexpected as I had not seen any living creature along the long walk on the River. All of sudden, I realized that I was being watched by the deer family who were congregating in(…)
Our mitten tree (and scarves, hats and especially warm socks) welcomes all gifts to be shared with our outreach partners at Oak Table and St Matthews Maryland. We will continue to collect items until February 4th.
NOT ALONE: HEALING IN TIMES OF GRIEF AND LOSS You are invited to join us to explore how to deal with our sense of loss. (Death of loved ones or pets, separation, losing a job, moving, immigration, etc.) We will meet 8 times (February 7 to March 28) on Wednesdays 10:00 – 11:30 am in(…)
NOW UNTIL DECEMBER 31 We invite you to come and see how we have expanded our inner and outer horizons, and see our artwork. The group has a fabulous display of their 8 weeks of creative effort in the foyer of Fort Garry United Church. The exhibition will run through the end of December at(…)
One of the things that the indigenous spirituality taught me is the value of the circle. Sitting in a circle, everyone is respected; everyone is seen and every voice is heard equally. The circle is indeed a way of life, which provides an alternate way of living(…)
TUESDAY’S 10:30 – 11:30 AM Join us in January. $80 for 10 classes or $12 drop in fee More info about the class, or to register, contact the instructor, email@example.com or 204-997-9105. Or call the FGUC office to register: 204-475-1586.
Irene Kemenczy (Transferring membership from First Hungarian Presbyterian church in Toronto) Q) What do you enjoy doing? A) I enjoy knitting and crocheting. I just finished knitting a scarf, and I want to donate it to the church. Q) Where do you see God at work right(…)