Volunteers are needed to make soup, bread, and cookies to support Anglican Campus Spirituality at UVic.
Wine Before Supper - The Anglican Campus Ministry at UVic offers weekly ecumenical Communion services on Wednesday evenings. These services provide a contemplative practice of opening to Christ Consciousness through silence, Taizé chanting, meditation, and communion. They offer an opportunity for students to pause in the middle of the week for a half-hour of peace and soul food.
SOUP AND BREAD for “Wine Before Supper” - Volunteers are needed to make a pot of soup or one loaf of Communion bread for the Wine Before Supper service. The soup should be vegan and gluten free to accommodate most dietary restrictions.
The program happens on Wednesday evening, beginning at 5pm, with dinner at around 5:30pm. The soup and bread can be dropped off anytime before the start of the program on Wednesday.
The UVic Pet Cafe - The Pet Cafe is an opportunity for students to make friends and to connect with therapy animals, while enjoying coffee/tea and cookies. It is a very popular program and on average 150 students attend every week! The Pet Café will resume January 16th and will happen at UVic’s Interfaith Chapel, Wednesdays from 2:30-4pm.
COOKIES ARE NEEDED for the Pet Café. The cookies can be homemade or store-bought. They should be peanut free and be dropped off at the Interfaith Chapel sometime before the program begins on Wednesday. Please let Ruth know how many cookies you are willing to donate and how often (most volunteers commit to once per month).
If you are interested in helping Anglican Campus Spirituality at UVic, please email the Rev. Ruth Dantzer to get on the roster.
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