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Westwood Calendar

For Monthly Calendar View – at right side of page click the word “Agenda” to select alternate views

This calendar shows:

  • all Westwood Sunday services & events
  • regularly scheduled Westwood meetings
  • dates to remember, like Minister’s & Administrator’s office hours
  • building bookings, including Westwood events, non-Westwood public events and private bookings

Use the “Categories or Tags” buttons to toggle different types of events on and off.

Use the ‘Agenda” tab at right at change from daily, weekly, monthly view of the calendar.

May
19
Sun
150 Ways to Grow: How You Can Make a Difference After the TRC and Canada 150
May 19 @ 10:30 am – 11:45 am

May 19, 2019

Topic: 150 Ways to Grow: How You Can Make a Difference After the TRC and Canada 150

Gwichyà Gwich’in historian Crystal Gail Fraser & Dr Sara Komarnisky co-authored #150 Acts of Reconciliation. This immensely popular resource has had over 60,000 unique views, won awards, and influenced Canadians to take a new approach to reconciliation in ways they never thought possible. Please join us in this adapted-for-Westwood presentation where Crystal Gail Fraser will talk about seasons of growth and how those are often uneasy and messy, but highly rewarding times.

Speaker: Crystal Gail Fraser

Service Leader: Sally-Ann Mowat

Musician: Joel Crichton

**Children begin downstairs**

 

Nov
14
Sat
EMERGENT STRATEGY BOOK STUDY (option 1)
Nov 14 @ 10:00 am – 12:00 pm

 

EMERGENT STRATEGY BOOK STUDY (option 1)   Online – link below

Saturday, Nov 14, 2020 10:00-noon MT 

Join us for a 2 hour conversation on the book EMERGENT STRATEGY by adrienne maree brown.

This event will be a “1 and done” for anyone who wants just 1 opportunity to talk about the content.
If you are interested in a deeper dive … we will organize ongoing conversations. You are welcome – even if you don’t get through the book in time.
RSVP would be appreciated, but not required: minister@WestwoodUnitarian.ca

Join Event:
https://uuma.zoom.us/j/92410095671?pwd=anpDV1hjTU9aekJKT2JmbFFoTW55dz09

Meeting ID: 924 1009 5671
Passcode: 613075

Phone from Alberta: +1 587 328 1099 Canada
Find your local number: https://uuma.zoom.us/u/aB5iX2zPD

 

Nov
15
Sun
EMERGENT STRATEGY BOOK STUDY (option 2)
Nov 15 @ 3:00 pm – 5:00 pm

 

EMERGENT STRATEGY BOOK STUDY (option 2)   Online – link below

Sunday, Nov 15, 2020 3-5pm MT 

Join us for a 2 hour conversation on the book EMERGENT STRATEGY by adrienne maree brown.

This event will be a “1 and done” for anyone who wants just 1 opportunity to talk about the content.
If you are interested in a deeper dive … we will organize ongoing conversations. You are welcome – even if you don’t get through the book in time.
RSVP would be appreciated, but not required: minister@WestwoodUnitarian.ca

Join Event:
https://uuma.zoom.us/j/93962870628?pwd=NUhyaWRaTEVjMFAvRXVlTVRFMGp4QT09

Meeting ID: 939 6287 0628
Passcode: 290000

Phone from Alberta: +1 587 328 1099 Canada
Find your local number: https://uuma.zoom.us/u/adHUZljjUs

 

 

 

Jan
12
Tue
Beyond Acknowledgements and Good Intentions; The Truth About Reconciliation
Jan 12 @ 7:00 pm – 8:30 pm
Beyond Acknowledgements and Good Intentions; The Truth About Reconciliation @ Westwood Zoom

Westwood Unitarian Congregation is hosting this workshop series for everyone interested in deepening their own knowledge and commitments to reconciliation. Together, we will explore present day Indigenous perspectives, learn about the history that has brought us here, and understand our role in creating a better future.

 

Join co-hosts Miranda Jimmy, a proud member of Thunderchild First Nation and fierce defender of truth, and Sara McEwan, a settler on a personal journey of reconciling her presence on this Land, through three interactive conversations about the present, past, and future of this work to repair relations.

Tuesdays in January from 7:00-8:30 PM via ZOOM

January 12: Reconciliation Among Friends

January 19: From Contact to Cultural Genocide

January 26: Obligations and Actions

 

As the workshop sessions are designed to offer collaborative learning, please be prepared to attend all three, reflect on the provided readings in between and participate actively in the online discussion.

No Charge but Registration Required.

Register Here

Jan
19
Tue
Beyond Acknowledgements and Good Intentions; The Truth About Reconciliation
Jan 19 @ 7:00 pm – 8:30 pm
Beyond Acknowledgements and Good Intentions; The Truth About Reconciliation @ Westwood Zoom

Westwood Unitarian Congregation is hosting this workshop series for everyone interested in deepening their own knowledge and commitments to reconciliation. Together, we will explore present day Indigenous perspectives, learn about the history that has brought us here, and understand our role in creating a better future.

 

Join co-hosts Miranda Jimmy, a proud member of Thunderchild First Nation and fierce defender of truth, and Sara McEwan, a settler on a personal journey of reconciling her presence on this Land, through three interactive conversations about the present, past, and future of this work to repair relations.

Tuesdays in January from 7:00-8:30 PM via ZOOM

January 12: Reconciliation Among Friends

January 19: From Contact to Cultural Genocide

January 26: Obligations and Actions

 

As the workshop sessions are designed to offer collaborative learning, please be prepared to attend all three, reflect on the provided readings in between and participate actively in the online discussion.

No Charge but Registration Required.

Register Here

Jan
26
Tue
Beyond Acknowledgements and Good Intentions; The Truth About Reconciliation
Jan 26 @ 7:00 pm – 8:30 pm
Beyond Acknowledgements and Good Intentions; The Truth About Reconciliation @ Westwood Zoom

Westwood Unitarian Congregation is hosting this workshop series for everyone interested in deepening their own knowledge and commitments to reconciliation. Together, we will explore present day Indigenous perspectives, learn about the history that has brought us here, and understand our role in creating a better future.

 

Join co-hosts Miranda Jimmy, a proud member of Thunderchild First Nation and fierce defender of truth, and Sara McEwan, a settler on a personal journey of reconciling her presence on this Land, through three interactive conversations about the present, past, and future of this work to repair relations.

Tuesdays in January from 7:00-8:30 PM via ZOOM

January 12: Reconciliation Among Friends

January 19: From Contact to Cultural Genocide

January 26: Obligations and Actions

 

As the workshop sessions are designed to offer collaborative learning, please be prepared to attend all three, reflect on the provided readings in between and participate actively in the online discussion.

No Charge but Registration Required.

Register Here

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