Day 5 is Thursday in the Judeo-Christian calendar.
Day 5 is a bridge between Sundays, so it can provide a sacred time between Sundays. Day 5 is a working day, so it can be a time to study. Day 5 is ordinary time, so it can offer us time to reflect on ordinary things and take them deeper.
Oct. 10 MENTAL HEALTH STRUGGLES; WHAT I LEARNED ABOUT MY ILLNESS & ABOUT MYSELF: Jean Lawson
Oct. 17 DAY 5 THEN & NOW: Denise Davis Taylor, DM read more
Oct. 24 GREEN BURIALS
Oct. 31 ALL SOULS CELEBRATION; REMEMBERING FRIENDS AND FAMILY
Bring a photo and a story to tell of a friend or family member you wish to remember on the eve of All Souls Day.
Nov. 7 CAN WE TAKE HOME WITH US: Karin Stewart
What is home? Can you take it with you? Karin will examine different ideas about what constitutes home in the world we live in.
Nov. 14 SURGICAL GUIDES FOR RECONSTRUCTIVE SURGERIES: Master Thesis by Jumana Joury
Nov. 21 SOLAR PANEL UPDATE: Justin Wheler
Nov. 29 BOOK TASTING – AN INTRODUCTION TO THE MARGARET PARSONS LIBRARY AT ST. PAUL’S: Lucie Gamache
Dec. 6 THE MYSTERY OF CHRISTMAS: EXPLORING THROUGH STORY AND ART: Rondy Kyle
Dec. 12 HOW MUCH “STUFF” IS ENOUGH?: Gail Burns
Dec. 19 SOLSTICE SERVICE: Rev. Dr. Catherine MacLean