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Join an online conversation with Natalie Wigg-Stevenson on her new book "Transgressive Devotion: Theology as Performance Art." Natalie teaches theology at Emmanuel College. In Transgressive Devotion she argues that theology done as performance art stops trying to describe who God is, and starts trying to make God appear. CCS Fridays are hosted by the Centre for Christian Studies, to help us all respond faithfully to emerging issues in local contexts. These are in the form of workshops and are...

The next CCS Friday will be an online discussion of Ray McGinnis' recent book, Unanswered Question about 9/11 (with a study guide for churches). Join in as Ray, guest, author, and CCS grad, shares what he learned about the families of those killed in the terrorist attack on the World Trade Centre on Sept. 11, 2001, and their attempts to get answers from their government. CCS Fridays are Online conversations once a month to help us all to respond faithfully to emerging issues in local contexts....

Music Matters April 22-24, 2021: Musicians in Transformation – an online opportunity to gather and learn together! Come one, come all! Our annual gathering for Music United will be online this year due to the pandemic.  From April 22-24 join us for workshops, worship, a cross-Canada hymn festival, a pub night and our Annual General Meeting.  Workshops include the UC Musician Guidelines Resource, Creating Virtual Choirs, Meaningful Music Making, De-colonization of church music, and Musician...

Advent Study: The Birth of Jesus for Progressive Christians by Donald Schmidt A three-week study that explores the birth of Jesus with a new perspective. This study will challenge us to ask questions about what is really important about the Bible narratives and the traditions that have grown up around Christmas, what this may have to do with our lives today, and how the birth story of Jesus is still relevant and important in the life of the church and its people today. The study will take...

Listen.  Learn.  Act:  Confronting Racism in our Community The police killings of black and indigenous people and the protests that followed have received extensive media coverage. Many voices have joined the chorus to demand change. To be able to bring about change, it is important to understand the roots of racism and the daily experience of individuals and communities affected by racism. Please join in the Zoom presentation with Carla John (Manager, Equity, Human Rights, and Accessibility...