Chaplains’ Picks, Jan 23, 2020

TUESDAYS at 6:00 – Queer Christian Fellowship
Multi-Faith Centre, Meditation room

Love, support, conversation. Queer Christian Fellowship is a community for students who want to explore the intersections of faith, gender, and sexuality. Questions? Email

ECO-SPIRIT ART SHOW – Submissions wanted! What does the connection between land and spirituality, environment and religion, nature and meaning look like to you? The Multi-Faith Centre is inviting students to submit art pieces exploring the connections between ecology and spirituality to its art show, ECO-SPIRIT. Selected pieces will be showcased in March as part of ECOfest. Please submit your brief, 250-word proposal via CLNx HERE:   DEADLINE: Monday, February 3rd at 11:59pm.

Thursdays – Journey Dance, 6:10 – 7 pm Goldring Centre Relieve stress with music and movement by dropping in on a JourneyDance class! Journey Dance is all about rediscovering natural intuitive movements, activating the imagination while drawing upon improvisational dance, yoga, ritual and theatre.  No experience is necessary! Comfortable clothing an asset! Facilitated by Sheilagh McGlynn, a friend of the Student Christian Movement.

Monday, Feb 10 – Misguided Love: Christians and the Rupture of LGBTQI2+ People
7pm, Knox College (Room 4)

A book launch celebrating Professor Charles’ Fensham’s book, Misguided Love. Rev. Dr. Charles Fensham is Professor of Systematic Theology at Knox College. He states: “When I started this research project about five years ago, it was because I was very deeply concerned about the way sexual and gender minority people are experiencing harm in Christian communities. The book is my attempt to figure out the puzzle of how a faith that professes love can take a path that harms others.” Dr. Fensham has created a series of introductory videos at RSVP by February 5 to Can’t attend in person? Watch the event via livestream at

Monday, Feb 10 – Waste Not: A Jewish Enviromental Ethic 7-9 pm, Rm 100, Jackman Humanities Institute Celebrate the book launch of Waste Not: A Jewish Environmental Ethic by Tanhum Yoreh. The book supports conversations about faith, consumption and waste, and provides a foundation for understanding the Jewish prohibition against wastefulness as an environmental ethic. Register:

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