Catch the Spirit Café

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Catch the Spirit Café 2017 season

Sunday, September 24th

Fit for Glory – Cori-Ann Surette, co-owner of Club CORE Fitness in Beaconsfield, proposes that we see physical fitness as an integral part in our journey towards realizing self-identity and relationship with God.  Through Laughter Yoga/Meditation, we are challenged in a practice of physical exercise, while allowing ourselves to embrace and celebrate joy.

 As a result of her career in fitness, Cori-Ann has discovered a newfound respect for well being in body, mind, and spirit.  She is passionate about helping women find happiness that will carry them through any adversity, and help them to be positive and confident models of self-respect and wellness.

All are welcome!

Place & Time:  St. Mary’s Hall, 273 Main Road, Hudson 

4:30 to 7:00 pm

We support the Hudson food bank, Le Pont / Bridging. Please bring a donation of non-perishable food as an act of Thanksgiving.

The format includes a presentation by a speaker, followed by a break as we eat our community meal.  The time has been slightly extended after eating to include some time for ‘theological reflection’.  See whole 2017 series, download poster.

A free-will donation to support the Café is much appreciated.

Everyone welcome!  Please feel free to invite friends and neighbours.

Catch The Spirit Café began in 2013. It is an outreach endeavour in the Parish to explore what we mean when we say, “I’m spiritual, not religious.” The Café is an outreach by the Anglican Parish of Vaudreuil to the world and community around us.


The fourth Sunday of each month, the Catch the Spirit Café gathers at St. Mary’s Hall, 273 Main Road, Hudson, QC for an informal discussion or presentation on a topic of interest.  There is always lots of food, drink and good conversation. It is a child friendly environment.
Please note that the June Café will be on the third Sunday, June 18th, not the 4th Sunday.
We have explored and continue to explore the spiritual aspects of many subjects from painting to drumming, working with and firing clay objects to the joy of gardening. Health issues, from the prevention of suicide to the joys and sorrows of living with Alzheimer’s and cancer.
Please join us for a look at how our lives are informed by our spirituality, or hear how experiences are made meaningful for those engaged in them.  A donation for Le Pont / Bridging would be much appreciated.

4:30 pm Sunday evening, the fourth Sunday of the month (except for December, January and February) at St. Mary’s Hall, 273 Main Road, Hudson, QC.