Category Archives: Past Events

Listen. Learn. Act: Confronting Racism in our Community

The police killings of black and indigenous people and the protests that followed have received extensive media coverage.   Many voices have joined the chorus to demand change.  To be able to bring about change, it is important to understand the roots … Continue reading

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How to Host a Zoom Meeting

Many of us have been participants in Zoom meetings but have you ever wanted to learn how to host one or to dive a bit deeper than to just be a participant?  You can learn by coming to this online … Continue reading

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Workshop – Producing a Video Worship Service

How to produce a video worship service with no budget, a phone, and a computer. On March 15th, 2020 Espanola United Church held regular Sunday worship in the sanctuary. On March 17th at 9:13 A.M., the province of Ontario declared … Continue reading

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Maurice Switzer – Treaty Workshop Recording

MILC extends a very large thank you to Maurice Switzer for discussing the history of Treaties will MILC participants in May 2019 and for permitting a recording of the presentation.

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Video – Que(e)rying Religion: Talking an appreciative inquiry approach to LGBTQ2+ inclusion in faith communities

Rev. Jeff Rock, Senior Pastor at Metropolitan Community Church Toronto, offered a talk on Que(e)ring Religion to MILC participants in June of 2020. You can watch a recording of the presentation here.  

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Labyrinth walking this Summer

Summer is here and we wanted to let you know that the St. Peter’s labyrinth at the Lourdes Grotto in Sudbury is OPEN! Physical distancing is still required, so if you do visit, please go only with people in your … Continue reading

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Que(e)rying Religion: Talking an appreciative inquiry approach to LGBTQ2+ inclusion in faith communities

Join for a conversation with Rev. Jeff Rock, Senior Pastor at Metropolitan Community Church Toronto. Monday, June 22nd, 2020 6: 30 p.m. Via Zoom: Registration required Contact:  gillian.schell@sympatico.ca Rev. Jeff Rock Rev. Jeff Rock was born and raised in Sudbury, … Continue reading

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Labyrinth Walks for Pentecost

We were very excited that over 50 people joined the virtual labyrinth walk hosted by St. Peter’s and MILC to celebrate World Labyrinth Day at the beginning of May. This Sunday is Pentecost, and we thought that while we are … Continue reading

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We Belong to the Land

We Belong to the Land: A reflection on paths to a just peace and reconciliation in the Holy Land  presented by James Walker, live online Friday, May 29th, 6:30 p.m. Registration required. Contact gillian.schell@sympatico.ca In the summer of 2019, James … Continue reading

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World Labyrinth Day: Walking Apart but not Alone

On world labyrinth day, May 2nd, approximately 50 people joined for an online event to “walk apart but not alone.”  The annual labyrinth walk, which is traditionally held at the Grotto of Our Lady of Lourdes was adapted to be … Continue reading

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