SERMONS AND EVENTS from St. Paul's Season of Creation
September 19, 2017
SERMONS AND EVENT RECORDINGS are now available from the 2017 Season of Creation hosted by St. Paul's Cathedral in Kamloops.
Go here for a play list which includes:
A short documentary clip made during a recent trip to Lac du bois and Isabel Lake just outside Kamloops. Carl Pentilchuk describes the science of wetlands and grasslands while the Rev. Laurel Dykstra leads spiritual exercises and an outdoor Eucharist.
The Rev. Laurel Dykstra from Salal and Cedar Watershed Community preaches on Sunday, Sept 10, at St. Paul's.
Next the Rev. Dan Hines talks about Ice, Hope and the Book of Job in a sermon recorded on Sunday morning, Sept 17 at St. Paul's.
A short video clip describing a trip to Thistle Farm in Kamloops on Saturday Sept 23. Thistle Farm is an organic sustainable farm venture featuring Dieter Dudy and visitor farmer/theologian, Jerremie Clyde.
Another video clip from the same day shows visits to local permaculture gardens in the Raliegh area of Kamloops. The trips were followed by a wonderful locavore banquet at the home of Jennifer and Ron Ste Marie.
Jerremie Clyde shared his vision for a faith-based family farm now operating just outside Calgary Alberta at both morning services at St. Paul's on Sunday, Sept 24.
Dean Ken Gray drew connections between St. Francis, Pope Francis and challenges facing communities and environments today. This sermon was preached at both services at St. Paul's on Sunday morning, Oct 1.
The 2017 Season of Creation finishes with an art adventure titled Water Colours at the home of Tricia Sellmer. Participants explored their own gifts as they expressed their delight about water on Sunday afternoon Oct 1.
Enjoy . . . and please join us next year for the 2018 Season of Creation.