reflections

Saving Paradise: Reimagining Lent and Easter- Ann Drummond

Sophia’s Spring – Reflection: Reimagining Lent and Easter. Ann Drummond I love tradition, whether it is following traditions created in my lifetime with family and/or friends or whether it is ancient traditions centuries or millennium old there is something deeply satisfying and enriching about continuing traditions that link the past and the present of our…
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We support Elizabeth Morgan House Aboriginal Women’s Service

Each year on January 26, we see Aboriginal people and our allies walk together to call for changes. For many today is a day of sadness but it is also a day of hope and solidarity. EMH would like to acknowledge the support that we receive from the broader community including those that contribute donated…
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Cynthia Bourgeault’s Wisdom Jesus – Kathy H

Question #1: How do I move beyond the “mazes of the mind” and into a deeper wisdom knowing? Answer: The answer is simple, though perhaps not easy: through meditation. Meditation is one of the most ancient and universal of all spiritual practices, and it is the cornerstone of the wisdom encounter with Christ.  You may already be…
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Wisdom Practices for Transformation – Join us in January

January 3 Wisdom Practices 1 Kathy will introduce us to Centring prayer as a transformational practice 10 January Wisdom Practices 2 Kathy with Steve and Di will lead us in Lectio Divina 17 January Wisdom Practices 3 Jan G will offer us the work of the Labyrinth- This will take place at CERES. Please email…
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Divinity is young – reflection for Dec13.20 Advent 3

Divinity is young reflection for Dec13 Advent 3 ‘In the beginning the baby was born…God/de chose Mary to be the mother of God/de… listen carefully… and the word became a wordless child…’ from Godly Play by Jerome Berryman The stories of Christmas put the child at the centre They ask who or what is God/de…
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Reflecting on Wisdom by Jan D

Although I have for a long time been seduced by the brilliance of Dickinson’s poetry, I was introduced to this particular poem when listening to a lecture on trans- feminism and theology by the Theologian Catherine Keller and I am indebted to her for much of the following interpretation. To me this poem written before…
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