The Way We Rest Poster Updated 2021-08-17

THE WAY WE REST

Date: Oct 5 – Nov 9, 2021

Time Sessions: Every Tuesday night from 7:30pm to 9:00pm (6 sessions)

Language: English

Fee: $99

Location: Centre

Spaces are limited

Questions? We love to hear from you. Please contact Amy: amyl@105gibson.com

To Register:  https://105gibson.com/online-registration

Registration Deadline: Sep 28, 2021

 

Each session we will be exploring one sense at a time.

Below are the themes for each session:

  • Introduction
  • Sight
  • Touch
  • Hearing
  • Smell
  • Taste

Sample Materials Included:

  • Colour Makers & Pencils
  • Clay
  • Candle Making Materials
  • and much more!

A word from Joseph Wong (Director of Tyndale Spiritual Formation Centre)

What does rest mean to you?

Instructors Bio:

Joseph Wong, M.Div.

Joseph Wong is the Director of the Tyndale Spiritual Formation Centre. He is also the Executive Director of Cascadia Living Wisdom. Joseph is a Spiritual Director and serves as a Pastor at Mosaic Baptist Church in Markham. He is passionate in bringing together theology and social justice, spirituality with culture and arts, and walking with fellow Christians to rediscover God’s presence and calling in their lives. Joseph has done missional work in China, South Africa and the First Nations communities in Northwestern Ontario.

ChrisB Liu, M.Sc., RP

ChrisB is a Registered Psychotherapist in Ontario, and registered art psychotherapist in the UK. She earned her the Master of Science in Art Psychotherapy in Edinburgh, Scotland. ChrisB has always been fascinated by the potential of images in bringing people together, and to evoke a range of feelings and reflections. ChrisB specializes in working with the immigrant populations and Indigenous communities who are living with trauma and other mental health issues. She also worked with adult male inmates and provided spiritual art therapy groups in Toronto. Through her experience in art therapy and workshops, she witnessed God’s mercy and love as she helped people explore their spirituality through art-making.

Ching Sum Leung, M.Div.

Ching Sum is a Spiritual Director who worked in interdenominational and cross-cultural contexts in Asia, Africa, and Europe. She is passionate about social justice issues and devoted to living a life of simplicity.

For More Background: www.thewayweart.ca.