Embodiment as Play

While studying theology at McGill and later, in a summer theology programme at Oxford, I first learned about Jürgenn Moltman’s “Theology of Play.” That theology especially came alive for me at Oxford. At the beginning of COVID, I began what has been a continuing period of study of the the Swiss psychiatrist who founded psychoanalysis, Carl Gustav Jung, with a focus on dreamwork and embodiment. 

It is summer! Time to play. I hope you will join me sporting your favourite summer cap or hat, ready to play in the realm of lightness and embodiment. 

  • Service leader – Susan Czarnocki
  • Musicians – Kerry-Anne Kutz & Michael Cartile
  • Zoom host – Margaret Godbeer
  • Greeters  Nancy Schmidt and Shelly Bloomer (J&S)


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