Eco-footprinting workshop with Cape Town Unitarians

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We hosted an ecological footprinting and eco-audit workshop at Cape Town Unitarians after their service on 25th August.

Upcoming Events

What shall we do? Nima Taylor, Sunday 1 September, 10:30 am. We live in a world that is ever-changing, and our economic, political and social systems seem strained beyond repair. What shall we do? How might our inner spiritual practice transform our outer world? Let’s explore the possibilities together.

**Breathing In, Breathing Out I Am, with Rev. Roux Malan, Sunday 8 September, 10:30 am.**Today’s environmental crisis is a crisis in relationships. We explore how the awareness of breathing in and out can become a vehicle to deepen our awareness of our interdependent relationship with the natural world and each other.

Spring Flower Celebration, Sunday 15 September, 10:30 am at the Sufi Temple, 183 Campground Rd, Newlands. Join us for a Spring Equinox Flower Celebration to honour new beginnings and our diversity at the Sufi Temple, Newlands. Bring a flower to share.

Global Climate Strike - Cape Town - Friday, September 20, 2019 at 12- 2 pm. IT’S TIME TO STAND WITH THE KIDS! Meet at the greens on the corner of Cambridge and Keizergracht streets in Zonnebloem for a march to City Hall. The strike will be followed by a Week of Positive Action from 21-27 September. Everyone is invited to get their communities to participate - beach clean-ups to eco-system restoration and recycled art workshops. Let us Unitarians be a part of this important effort! For more information, contact Elspeth at

Special carillon concert with Alexios Vicatos, City Hall Tower, 23 September, 7 pm - 8 pm. Alexios will be playing the carillon in the City Hall Tower, to demonstrated this often-forgotten gem. Note that it requires walking 50 steps from elevator and standing for the one-hour concert. For more information, go to

21st Century Faith - Monday, 30 September, 7 - 9 pm. Cape Town Interfaith Initiative will host a dialogue on unpacking the relevance of the faith traditions that have been handed down to us. How will they function in the 21st Century? For more information, contact  Mary Frost at