Supper and Soulwork

January 29
5:30 Supper | All Ages
6:30-8:30 Forum
Canvas Health Abuse Prevention

We welcome speakers from Canvas Health Abuse Response Services to talk with us about Abuse Prevention, sexual assault prevention, the need for consent-based education in schools, child exploitation (sex trafficking), and the best ways help young people be safe.  Meet in the Wheatley room.


6:15pm Choir | Ages 14 & up


6:30pm Art & Soul | All Ages | Social Hall
So You Think You Can’t Draw: Art is for everyone! Using simple shapes, Judith Erickson helps us all find our inner artist!


6:30pm Movement | All Ages | Alcove
Tai Chi: Tai chi is a low-impact, slow moving meditation practice which focuses on breath and the movement of Qi. Many people use tai chi to improve balance, but the movements can easily be adapted and can even be done from a sitting position.


Upcoming Forums:

Feb. 5 | First Wednesday Vespers
Join Victoria and Tehya Daniels for a Contemplative Worship Service on the theme of the month: Awakening: The Practice of Letting in Light.


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What is Supper and Soulwork?

A mid-week respite for all ages: share a community meal at 5:30, then choose between Choir rehearsal (6:15) or Soulwork (6:30). Soulwork is what we’re calling one of the many ways to nourish your body, mind, and spirit. Nursery care is available for ages 4 and under.

  • Art and Soul | All Ages
    • Slow down and spend time to create. Bring a project of your own or use some of the supplies we have on-hand to color, knit, or craft stories alongside friends of all ages.
  • Movement | All Ages
    • Move, breathe, connect. Each week, join us for a different body-focused spiritual practice. Examples include yoga, tai chi, and dance improvisation.
  • Choir | Ages 14 & up—Sanctuary
    • The WBUUC Choir is a great place to nurture your spirit by using your voice. Contact Thaxter Cunio for more information (
  • Forum | Ages 14 & up
    • We have a rotating schedule, including contemplative worship, drop in theme circles, and spirituality-based intellectual discussions and presentations on justice topics.