Spirituality without religion

Trinity Memorial presents a place to foster exploration of self, community and the divine, without traditional religious components.

The Spiritual Path to Awakening (SPA), also coined as the Centre for Spiritual Nurture, seeks to provide a place to foster exploration of self, community and the divine, but without traditional religious components.

The spiritual centre is presented by Trinity Memorial United Church.

While the centre is in its early stages, it has hosted events that include yoga, singing bowl meditations and discussions on the Israel/Palestine conflict as well as children’s natural spirituality and a music workshop on justice and peace.

Every Saturday, 8:30 a.m. to 9:30 a.m., a yoga session led by local yoga instructor Corrina Chase will be held at the local downtown church near the Abbotsford Farmer’s Market. Participants of all ages and abilities are welcome at a cost of $5 per session.

On July 11, at 6:30 p.m. Reverend Bill Booth will be hosting an evening pilgrimage at Mill Lake Park’s picnic shelter.

Visit abbyspa.com for more information on upcoming events or stop by 33737 George Ferguson Way to speak to someone in person.

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