Caring For All Creation: Towards the Healing and Fullness of Our Lands, Waters and Communities

Lake Nipissing

Lake Nipissing. Photo: Sara Stratton

Through our Watershed Discipleship program, KAIROS is very excited to join with BC Synod of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in Canada and others to co-sponsor a six week study on Caring for All Creation, an opportunity to gather with the diverse peoples who share concern over the stewardship of our planet, and for right relationships with Indigenous peoples.

Gatherings will take place in Victoria and Vancouver on a 2 week cycle from March 3 until May 13, but in cooperation with, you can join in from wherever you are!

While you are encouraged to participate in the whole series if possible, all are welcome at any of the events. KAIROS staff Sara Stratton will be a guest speaker for the March 31 (Victoria) and April 1 (Vancouver) events.

Victoria events take place Monday evenings  from 6 to 9pm at the Lutheran Church of the Cross, 3785 Cedar Hill Road.

Vancouver events take place Tuesday evenings from 6 to 9pm at Spirit of Life Lutheran Church, 375 West 10th Avenue.
The series is facilitated by  the Rev Dr. Dittmar Mündel, Tiffany McNaughton, and Carmelle Javney Mohr.
March 3/4:  From Fear & Apathy to Active Hope & Love
March 17/18  Re-Valuing Vocation in Land & Food Systems
Guest Speakers: Erika Mundel & Andrew Rushmere; Sean Drory (TBC)
March 31/April 1 De-Colonization, Indigenous Wisdom
Guest Speakers: First Nation Elder (TBC); Sara Stratton

April 14/15:  From Extractivism to a Gift Economy
Guest Speakers: First Nation elder (TBC); Christine Boyle; Ross Moster

April 28/29:  A Culture & Politics for our Land, Water and Communities
Guest Speakers: David Goa, Sven Wetering, Andrew Weaver (TBC), David Ebby (TBC)

May 12/13:  The Art of the Commonplace
Please register at More information can be found in the PDF below.

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