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-- The Art of Manifesting (Bringing Abundance Into Your Life) Spiritualist Fellowship Church, 300 Arlington St. at Portage Ave., every Monday until May 27. We will discuss and demonstrate fundamentals of the spiritualist philosophy, mediumship and spiritual healing, Spiritualist Fellowship Church, 204-222-0071, $40.

-- Living Green. The Green Action Committee presents a service for sharing tips on green living, featuring Josh Brandon, the communications co-ordinator of the Green Action Centre. First Unitarian Universalist Church of Winnipeg, 603 Wellington Cres., May 19, 10:30 a.m.

-- Manitoba Multifaith Council AGM at Shaarey Zedek Synagogue, Wellington Crescent and Academy Road, May 22, 7 p.m., with Dr David Milward, Restorative Justice: A Different Way to the Same End, seeking to resolve the tension between aboriginal approaches to justice and the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms. Information: http://www.manitobamultifaithcouncil.ca/.

-- Exploring Eckankar Thru Past Lives, Dreams and Soul Travel at Henderson Library, 1-1050 Henderson Hwy., May 23, 6:30 p.m., a free introductory workshop and discussion to gain insight and guidance regarding your dreams and inner spiritual experiences. Call 204-837-5915 or www.eckankar-mb.ca.

-- International Order of St. Luke Healing Conference, Flin Flon, May 23 - May 25, with Blind Healker, Mike Endicott an Anglican priest from Wales, U.K. Information and register: Rev. Clare Edwards 1-204-687-8371 or edwardsd@mymts.net.

-- All Saints' Evensong at All Saints' Anglican Church Hall, 175 Colony St., May 26, 4 p.m., Evensong every fourth Sunday at 4 p.m. at All Saints' Anglican Church. Will continue through the summer months. Information: allsaints.mb.ca for details of each evensong.

-- Belonging: Reverend Fulgence Ndagijimana, First Unitarian Universalist Church of Winnipeg, 603 Wellington Cres., May 26, 10:30 a.m. Unitarian minister from Burundi, who reminds us of our interconnections as he shares his experiences of ministry in that land.

-- Bike Blessing and Bug Run, House of the Risen Son, Start -- 1377 Niakwa Road E; End -- 305 Machray Ave, May 26, 4 p.m. (Rain date June 2). Sponsored by House of the Risen Son -- Canada's First Biker Church. Information: 204-229-2999 or 204-582-1261.

-- Eckankar Worship Service, Canad Inns Fort Garry, 1824 Pembina Hwy., May 26, 11 a.m., listen to a reading from the ECK writings and discuss spiritual principles. Information: 204-233-4281 or www.eckankar-mb.ca.

-- Open Circle Development Spiritualist Fellowship Church, 300 Arlington St., May 28, 7 p.m. Experience spirit communication and intuitive development in an open-circle environment that promotes spiritual awareness. Open donation.

-- St. Boniface diocesan gathering at St. Boniface Cathedral, 190 de la Cath©drale Ave., May 31, 6 p.m., for young adults and youth. Mark your calendars now and plan to attend the St. Boniface diocesan gathering for young adults and youth over 12. Fr. Thomas Rosica, CSB, founder of Salt & Light Television, will offer a session on the Called by Christ. Followed by conversation, coffee house and live music. No cost. St. Boniface Cathedral, 7:30 p.m. June 1, free.

-- What to Do When You Don't Know What To Do: The Art of Intuitive Knowing. St. Norbert Arts Centre, 100 Rue Des Ruines du Monastere, 3rd Flr. (The Sanctuary), May 31, 7 p.m. Are you struggling to make important decisions? Do you feel stuck in your career, finances or relationships? If you would like to experience more clarity and confidence to move forward with relationships, career and finances, join international speaker and renowned professional intuitive, Karen McGregor, for an evening where you will learn The Art of Intuition. Register: $20 online or $25 at door; information 1-604-833-3073.

Republished from the Winnipeg Free Press print edition May 18, 2013 J13

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