SCM-MTL relaunched this fall, headed up by local coordinator Selina Mullin. The group’s first event was Nov. 18th, where students and young adults gathered to discuss Faith and Economics at a recurring series we’re calling Not Your Church’s Coffee Hour. Beth Reed from the Diocesan College at McGill, who has a professional and academic background in economics and survey research, curated the lively discussion using the new ‘On the Theology of Money‘ resource.
SCM-MTL has some exciting events happening over the next few months. On Dec. 16th the group will be gathering for a Crafter-noon to make rosaries and write subversive prayers that can be said with both Catholic and Anglican rosaries (Facebook Event).
Then, looking ahead to the New Year, SCM-MTL will be hosting a Saturday retreat in February (Date TBA) focused on the Gospel of Self-Care. February is notoriously the most depressive month of the year, so SCM-MTL is fighting back with a focus on self-love and community. The will include workshops on meditation, home made personal care products and some great food. Registration will be a sliding scale of $5-$15.
For updates and event info. please check out our Facebook Page.