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- 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
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March 12, 2017
Topic: Rev. Fulgence Ndagijimana came to Canada over a year ago after escaping a near death experience in the hands of the regime in Burundi. During this service, he will talk about his life in Burundi where he lived in a simple and familiar environment and how he now has to navigate a complex new context in Canada. A difficult story told by a hopeful minister!
Speaker: Rev Fulgence Ndagijimana
Service Leader: Brenda Jackson
Musician: Steve Bell
**kids start downstairs today**
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**
This is an open invitation to all members of Harmonia and Chorealis to join together in a singalong on Sunday afternoon, February 21st from 4-5:30 pm.
We will be led by Cathy Baker and Dick Johnson from Victoria, the conductors of The Gettin’ Higher Choir and also the Capital UU Congregation of Victoria. They are excellent song leaders and several of us have participated in their Wednesday night singalongs.
They will mainly feature a wide variety of quick-teach songs, chants, rounds—some familiar, some brand-new—some from colleagues in the Ubuntu Choirs Network, some from Gettin’ Higher Choir guest artists.
This free event is designed especially for our choirs and we welcome any other members/friends of the congregations who would like to join us.