Quarterly Newsletter

The latest issue of the First Met quarterly newsletter is available for download. Printed copies are available at the church office.

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Engaging the Scriptures

Curious about exploring the Bible more deeply? Join us for a session in fellowship, reflection, and dialogue. Facilitated by Dr. Jane Lawson, the sessions run from Tuesday, February 21- March 28, 9:30-11:00 am in Room 119/DMR. All are welcome.
For more information contact Jane or the First Met Office

Soup Socials are Back

First Met’s Soup Socials are back following Sunday Service on February 19th and March 19th.

All are welcome!

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Mindfulness for the New Year

Ask yourself these questions for 2017:

  • Do I want to cope more effectively with stressful situations?
  • Do I want to develop my awareness and concentration?
  • Do I want to develop a calm and peaceful mind?
  • Do I want to increase my ability to relax?
  • Do I want to develop greater energy and enthusiasm for life?

If you answered “Yes” to any of these, consider registering in the six-week Mindfulness for the New Year course on Tuesday evenings, beginning January 17, 2017, from 7-8:30 p.m.

Fees are $75 and will be used to fund Spiritual Care and Wellness initiatives at First Met. Deadline for registration is Jan. 11. Contact office@firstmetvictoria.com.

For further information, contact Health and Wellness Advocate Kyla Morrison Morgan at kyla.morgan@firstmetvictoria.com.

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Transition Team Update (Dec 16th)

How do we give people more opportunities for ministry, to be touched and changed by their involvement in the church without hours of meetings? How do we organize ourselves to enact a new vision for the future and not just reproduce the past? These are some of the questions that were addressed by the workshop “Critical Conversations: Leadership, Governance and Ministry”facilitated Nov. 5 by Dan Hotchkiss at Highlands United Church in North Vancouver.

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Note to the Congregation

We are asking for the congregation’s help in including the church in your list when you move or change your telephone number or email. This makes communication much more efficient and much less frustrating and time consuming. Thank you for your assistance in helping us keep in touch.