“Catch the Spirit Café” is back on Sunday, March 26 at St. Mary’s Hall (273 Main Road, Hudson) between 4:30 and 7 p.m.
Heather Markgraf, founder of the Hudson Village Theatre, will be wearing a different hat and speaking on Non-Violent Communication (NVC), a process that was designed by Marshall Rosenberg. (https://www.cnvc.org/)
The event is part of a monthly series sponsored by the Anglican Parish of Vaudreuil. The evening will include a presentation, a light supper, and a time of theological discussion – reflecting on how what we have experienced might affect us contextually – socially, culturally, politically, religiously or spiritually.
Please join us for this new series at 4:30 pm this coming Sunday. For more information, please consult the Parish website www.parishofvaudreuil.com/im-new/catch-the-spirit-cafe or call the office at 450-458-5897.
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