Chaplains’ Picks, Feb 8, 2018

UTSC: Thurs, Feb 8 – Intergeneracial
A Black History Month production at U of T Scarborough!  Intergeneracial is an oral history project that dozens of youth have been working on for three years. Founded by Fiona Raye Clarke in 2015, Intergeneracial brings Black youth and Black elders together providing a forum to share stories around being Black in Canada from across the generations and create theatre about it. From Their Lips is a verbatim play based on a series of oral history interviews conducted between Black youth and elders throughout 2015 and 2016 asking the same 10 questions.
Sun, Feb 18 – Ecology and Spirituality: a Winter Retreat
9 am – 6 pm at Hart House Farm
Bus departs from Multi-Faith Centre at 9 am

Enjoy a day exploring the beautiful winter wonderland at Hart House Farm while discovering different faith-based traditions around nature. Come to be uplifted and nourished by walking meditation, spiritual teachings, and a delicious vegetarian lunch. Tickets: $5.00 can be purchased at the Multi-Faith Centre or online

Tues, Feb 27 – Grief Support Sharing Circle,
5:10 – 7:30 pm, Rm 114, Faculty of Social Work
Everyone grieves in his or her own unique way. When someone you love dies, you may feel angry, isolated, sad, guilty or lonely. The grief support sharing circle is an informal drop-in mutual support group for students who have experienced a death, as well as students experiencing anticipatory grief. Refreshments will be served. Please register by emailing both Jeanette Unger at and Laurie Coleman at:

Wed, Feb 28 – Qu(e)erying Religion Bi-weekly discussion drop-in

2-4 pm, Multi-Faith Centre, 3rd floor quiet room An intimate and open space for joyful, supported, life-giving queer spiritualities. Each session incorporates mindful crafting activities and facilitated group discussion around a given monthly theme. Feb’s theme is “Sex & Passion.”

1:30 pm, Knox College
A lecture by Sebastian Chang Hwan Kim, Executive Director of the Korean Studies Centre, Professor of Theology and Public Life at Fuller Theological Seminary, and Associate Editor of the International Journal of Public Theology. Panel discussion to follow The event is free, but registration is required at

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