The Our Lady of Guadalupe Tonantzin Community was ‘born’ at the Vancouver Catholic Worker community in East Vancouver. It’s the location where we usually hold our feast day liturgies with a potluck meal. They’ve been offering hospitality to folks who need a place to stay for 19 years. The house is over 100 years old and they’ve been renovating it to create a cleaner, more energy efficient home and community space for everyone to use for years to come. So much good work has been completed but they’ve run out of funds to finish the project. Help them reach the finish line.
Please visit this link to their website Vancouver Catholic Worker – Donate – Build Community and consider donating to help out and spread the word.
An ecumenical pilgrimage through Canada’s poorest neighbourhood; Vancouver’s Downtown Eastside.
Commemorating the places of pain and hope in our community; featuring reflection, song and prayer.
Starting at 12:15
1. Listening Post – worship location of Our Lady of Guadalupe Tonantzin Community – 382 Main St.
2. Carnegie Centre (Main & Hastings Sts.)
3. Walk 1/2 block West across from INsite/Onsite
4. Process to St. James Anglican church (Gore & Cordova Sts.)
5.Process to St. Paul’s RC Church – 381 Cordova St.
6.Oppenheimer park near the Totem poles
If you didn’t get the opportunity to see this coverage of Roman Catholic WomenPriests in Canada, here’s the link. Bishop Marie, Jane, newest priest Pat, and Roy Bourgeois are interviewed. (15 mins.)
CBC – Women Priests – Jan. 10 2017
Please join us in celebrating our 5th Feast Day as a community.
We usually celebrate the Feast of Our Lady of Guadalupe, Dec. 12th on the actual day with a service and feast after at Samaritan House. However, this year because the renovations to the house are not finished and because Dec 12 is a weekday, we are celebrating the Feast Day on the following Sunday, Dec. 18th. Please see details below.
In collaboration with Salal + Cedar, we will be holding our next service (Sunday Sept. 4th) outdoors in Pacific Spirit Park.
2 pm – 4 pm
Meet in the St. Anselm parking lot
5210 University Blvd (across from the Golf Course entrance)
Walk and pray in Pacific Spirit Park –Musqueam Territory
Celebrate the Eucharist with two alternative Christian communities: Salal + Cedar and Our Lady of Guadalupe Tonantzin
We strive to make Salal + Cedar events accessible to all ages, all bodies, all families, all incomes and all genders
UBC campus is accessible by transit (served by bus # 4, 9, 14, 99, 258)
Parking lot and gardens are flat, packed gravel, paved and grass
Heron and Cleveland trails are mostly flat designated wheelchair accessible with semi-firm packed gravel surface, minimum 1 metre width (maximum 25% slope South of 16th St.)
Trails designated “No Dogs” on weekends
Bring: water, comfortable outdoor wear for the weather, a song or a poem if the spirit moves you and an open heart
Salal + Cedar Watershed Discipleship Community is a ministry of the Anglican Diocese of New Westminster, we worship outdoors and have a vocation for growing capacity for environmental justice in the lower Fraser Watershed, Coast Salish Territory.