Being, an Everyday Mystic
Spiritual Path to Awakening

Being, an Everyday Mystic

Regular price $20.00 $0.00

This event took place in November 2021.


*Please select two in the drop-down above, one for each date (Sat. Nov. 13 & Sat. Nov. 27)  

NOTE: Due to exclusive online interest going into the week of session #1, the 'Being, an Everyday Mystic' two-part event will be run exclusively online for both sessions (Nov 13th & Nov 27th). The deadline to register for virtual attendance is 8:00 a.m. on Saturday, November 13, 2021. Thank you, if you have any questions please reach out at 


Spiritual Path to Awakening invites you to the two-part series: Being, an Everyday Mystic.

Saturday, November 13/21 & Saturday, November 27/21

9:30 a.m. - 3:30 p.m. (each day)

This event is offered both online (via Zoom) and in-person (at Trinity Memorial United Church, Conference Room B, Downtown Abbotsford)

$20.00 (total for the two sessions, in either format). 


In the midst of our chaotic lives, we often miss the many times we are touched by mystery.  Being an Everyday Mystic means being open to the wonder and mystery all around us. The goal is to help you develop your own means and ways to start the process of living in the world in a new more aware and awed manner. You will learn an intellectual framework to understand mysticism and create a desire for the mystical experience and thinking. We will have discussions about consciousness, perception, meaning, the nature of the divine, wholeness of being, mysticism, and more. Presented by The Reverend Bill Booth.

Watch the promotional video on YouTube!

The two sessions will be recorded and provided to attendees (only) post-event to re-watch anytime. 

Choose your experience: attend in-person* or virtually! Space is limited, please pre-register to reserve your spot. Pre-registration is required for both in-person and virtual participation. *Proof of vaccination required for in-person attendees only, additional details below.

There will be a mid-day, one-hour break for lunch each day. For those attending in-person, you are welcomed to bring your own lunch & eat onsite or support a local downtown Abbotsford restaurant. A list of local restaurant suggestions will be provided. 


For virtual attendance:

24-hours prior to each session, you will receive the Zoom link by email. We recommend signing on 10-minutes early each day, to confirm your tech is functioning correctly. Parts of the event are educational but do expect portions of participation (of which camera and mic use are strongly encouraged), to ensure yourself and others tuning in virtually receive the full Everyday Mystic experience.


For in-person attendance:

Effective September 13/21, the BC Government requires people aged 12+ to show proof of vaccination to get into certain events and businesses in BC. Additional information can be found on the BC Government website: Proof of full vaccination (along with a piece of photo ID for those age 19+) is required upon arrival for this in-person event. Masks are also required, throughout the entire event. 

Trinity Memorial United Church is located at 33737 George Ferguson Way in downtown Abbotsford, BC. V2S 2M4. Free parking is available onsite (in the church parking lot) for event attendees. If you require accessible parking/entry, please contact the SPA Coordinator immediately following your registration at Conference room B is located on the upper floor of the church. 

BIO: The Reverend Bill Booth, BA, MDiv.

Bill is an ordained minister of the United Church of Canada.  He was raised in Maple Ridge and has strong roots in the wilderness of the Fraser Valley Mountains.  He moved from a career in electronics to ministry in the United Church in the mid 1990s seeking a more meaningful activity for his life’s work.  He attended Vancouver School of Theology graduating with a Masters of Divinity in 1999.  He serve in the interior of BC, before returning to the coast in 2003.  He began serving at Trinity Memorial United in downtown Abbotsford in 2012.

Bill is passionate about long distance walks and pilgrimages, and the emotional, psychological and spiritual benefits of a long journey.  He has walked the Camino de Santiago twice, as well as the West Highlands Way in Scotland.  Bill also spent time on the isle of Iona living in community with the Iona community as a volunteer in 2009.

He is a spiritual healer and using the Pure-energy method of healing.  He enjoys the interface of spirituality and science.

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