Plague Document: Readings + Q/A with Stephen Jenkinson ~ Courtenay
September 25, 2021 @ 2:00 pm - 3:30 pm
Time: 2pm-3:30pm/ doors open at 1:45pm
Location: Courtenay/ K’òmoks First Nation Territory – ticket holders will receive detail
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If truth has been personalized – and it has – and if we’ve turned from organized religion – and we have – then what we have left is the Disorganized Religion of the One True Self. And now we have a plague. So: what is a generation of elders untested by real adversity worth to their juniors in a time of plague?What is a life’s work undertaken in peacetime mean for plaguetime? Who are strangers to you now? A problem to solve? A contamination that awaits? What’s the spirit etiquette of strangerhood?
Questions like these are the background to our meeting. Your questions are its foreground. We’ll be troubled aloud, full of strange wonder. Together.
Stephen Jenkinson’s new book, A Generation’s Worth: Spirit work while the crisis reigns, is recently released. short video trailer
Following local COVID-19 guidelines. Bring a mask so that you can use the washroom facility. Wear a mask & distance at registration and merch tables(cd’s/ books), when visiting washroom and when in book signing line. We ask that you stay in the cluster of those you come with. Seating will be arranged accordingly. Bring your own drink. Dress for cool weather – outdoor setting. These are the conditions that have been agreed to make this event possible.