Do you ever feel like you dont quite fit in? Too nerdy for activism, too queer for church, or too spiritual for academia? Join a batch of other misfits who are cooking up a storm in Gods kitchen where theres space for all of us critical thinkers, inspired makers, passionate dreamers, grumpy prophets and more!|
We will be at St Andrew-by-the-Lake, an Anglican church. It is wheelchair accessible. We will meet at 9am at the Jack Layton Ferry Terminal to cross to Toronto Island, beginning our program at 10am.
The Student Christian Movement is an ecumenical, anti-racist, queer-affirming, and feminist organization.
Stations of the cook - we'll be taking turns on various hands-on activities, engaging in great conversation, praying, creating and crafting and incidentally producing our lunch. Dr. Bob Phillips, Mi'kmaq elder and educator, will be joining us.
Participate in workshops by Teddy Syrette, an LGBTQ-Indigenous educator of Batchewana First Nation, and Christian Peacemaker Teams as we explore issues of violence and injustice, and how we can respond using active nonviolence. Explore deeper issues of oppression and marginalization. How do these powers that be function to preserve unjust social orders and oppressive economic systems? And what will we do about it?
Thanks to the generosity of the SCM Toronto board, the ticket price has been reduced to $25! Financial support is also available for anyone for whom cost is a barrier - contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Student Christian Movement is a youth- and student-led grassroots, ecumenical network passionate about social justice, community in diversity, and radical faith in action.
Christian Peacemaker Teams partners with nonviolent movements around the world to transform violence and oppression. Teams currently support local peacemaking communities in Colombia, Palestine, Iraqi Kurdistan, and Turtle Island.
The Ecumenical Chaplaincy at the University of Toronto, rooted in the traditions of The Presbyterian Church in Canada and The United Church of Canada, offers friendship and support to the university community.
The Faith, Art, and Activism Festival, organized by the Church of St Stephen-in-the-Fields and the Trinity College Chaplaincy, explores the interactions and contradictions between religious faith, artistic practice, and action for social justice.
St. Andrew-by-the-Lake Anglican Church (View)
Toronto, ON M5J
|Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!|