Calendar of events

Here you will find all of our congregation’s Sunday Services, Board and Committee meetings and other events. Use the calendar controls to see events for past or future dates. For a quick look at recent Sunday Services, click here!

Sep
24
Sun
Rita Wittman “I’m Your Man – The Life and Times of Leonard Cohen”
Sep 24 @ 10:00 am – 11:00 am
Rita Wittman "I’m Your Man – The Life and Times of Leonard Cohen"

Leonard Cohen was Canadian singer, songwriter, musician, poet, novelist, and painter. His work explored religion, politics, isolation, sexuality, and personal relationships. Come, immerse yourself in the words and music that touched the hearts and minds of so many of us in celebration of his September 21st birthday.

Oct
1
Sun
Pamela Thompson “Building Peace in the World: It Begins with You!”
Oct 1 @ 10:00 am – 11:00 am
Pamela Thompson "Building Peace in the World: It Begins with You!"

In these challenging, tumultuous and uncertain times, you may feel helpless, sad, fearful, angry and/or uncertain of your future, that of your family, and the planet. You may think there is little or nothing you can do to help build peace in the world. I believe there is much that you can do, and it may be easier than you think. Pamela will share practical strategies that will help you find inner peace and enable you to begin helping to build peace in the world one person (or more!) at a time.

Pamela Thompson, BN, MSc. is a keynote speaker, certified life & business coach, facilitator, global health & management consultant, & author of the #1 Best Selling book “Learning to Dance with Life: A Guide for High Achieving Women”. She has a diverse background and experience as a nurse, university professor, project manager and consultant on 5 continents. Pam supports women and organizations to embrace the art of change. Trained in conflict resolution and mediation and having lived and worked in a number of conflict zones, Pam’s larger mission is to help build peace in the world. She is President of Creative Life Coaching Inc pamela-thompson.com

Oct
15
Sun
Dana Lynn Seaborn “Changing your mind: how the new science of brain plasticity can change your life”
Oct 15 @ 10:00 am – 11:00 am
Dana Lynn Seaborn "Changing your mind: how the new science of brain plasticity can change your life"

There was a time when neurologists’ credo was, “Diagnose and adios.” Learn of recent discoveries about the adaptable brain which bring hope for us all. Even injured, elderly, and diseased brains can heal and adapt. Come wrap your head around that!

On the topic of neurology, D L Seaborn is an autodidact who likes to think she has at least half a brain.

Oct
22
Sun
Melaney Black “Nuclear Power: Too Costly, Too Deadly”
Oct 22 @ 10:00 am – 11:00 am
Melaney Black "Nuclear Power: Too Costly, Too Deadly"

Melaney Black will delve into the topic of nuclear power.

 

Amnesty International is our Capital Connects Recipient for October. A portion of donations we receive this month will be shared with this charity. Amnesty International turns knowledge of human rights violations into global awareness and action.

Oct
29
Sun
Sarah Kendall “Finding Enough Strength”
Oct 29 @ 10:00 am – 11:00 am
Sarah Kendall "Finding Enough Strength"

Author Sarah Kendall shares wisdom learned reclaiming her life after a stroke. Discover what her journey has to teach us all.

Sarah Kendall is the author of a book of poetry “Let me show you chocolate lilies”.