World Day of Prayer

World Day of Prayer

read on

Taizé Invite

Taizé Invite

  The next Taizé gathering will be held in the Jubilee Room of the Roman Catholicon Thursday, January 31st at 10:00 am Jubilee Room is in the downstairs level of the  Cathedral. All are very welcome. read on

Winter Art Class in Nelson

Winter Art Class in Nelson

Location: Nelson United Church, Nelson, BC Dates: Friday, February 1st from 5-9pm;        Saturday and Sunday, February 2nd & 3rd from 10am to 4pm Instructor: Kristie Gordon $350 (includes model fees) Students will work from a live model to create a well-structured portrait painting with convincing colours and features. Participants will create one painting read on

Climate Action Now

Climate Action Now

  Are you interested in exploring how to develop your climate advocacy skills? We invite you to join Dona Grace and Anni Holtby, recently trained Climate Advocate Facilitators, for a special workshop hosted by our local chapter of Citizens’ Climate Lobby.  The world’s greatest problems were not solved by hopelessly looking the other way, but rather empowering ourselves read on

ANKORS World AIDS Day

ANKORS World AIDS Day

read on

Guatemalan Beans & Rice Dinner

Guatemalan Beans & Rice Dinner

The annual and very popular Beans and Rice dinner is back for the 13th year! Please join us for a delicious, traditional Guatemalan dinner on Friday, November 30th at 6 pm, at the Nelson United Church in support of 3rd year Selkirk College nursing students who will be participating in a practice experience to Guatemala this read on

Shannon Moroney

Shannon Moroney

read on

“Dine Out – Do Good”

75+ restaurants in 19 cities across Canada are donating total food sales from dinner service to support programs that bring people in low-income communities to grow, cook, share and advocate for healthy food for all.  In Nelson, the two restaurants participating in this initiative are:             •  Hume Hotel Library read on

Blanket Exercise

Blanket Exercise

Blanket Exercise: Reconciliation Through Education and Understanding The Blanket Exercise program is a unique, participatory history lesson about the relationship between 1stNations and settlers – developed in collaboration with Indigenous Elders, knowledge keepers and educators – that fosters truth, understanding, respect and reconciliation among Indigenous and non-indigenous peoples.  We are holding the Blanket Exercise here read on

The Nelson Interfaith Climate Action Collaborative 

The Nelson Interfaith Climate Action Collaborative 

The Nelson Interfaith Climate Action Collaborative  is offering a free event for the community to explore issues of peace and reconciliation with First Nations people on Saturday, September 22nd from 1:00 – 4:00 pm. Guests will be Shelly Boyd, Arrow Lakes Facilitator and a drum circle from Inchelium, Washington, as well as a local author, Eileen read on