• Welcome to Tatamagouche Centre

    Welcome to Tatamagouche Centre

    For over 60 years Tatamagouche Centre has been a meeting place for those who deeply care about spirituality, leadership, and social justice.

  • Tatamagouche Centre Programs

    Tatamagouche Centre Programs

    We offer over 10 programs every year. Our programs follow a thematic approach, covering such areas as congregational life, spirituality, community growth and development, transformational learning, social justice, youth and family, and retreats.

  • Meeting Services

    Meeting Services

    A refreshing new experience awaits you at Tatamagouche Centre. Whether it’s a day long meeting, a multi-day conference, or a special celebration with family and friends, Tatamagouche Centre offers you a unique and cost effective gathering place.

  • Our Facilities

    Our Facilities

    At the heart of this rolling acreage, nestled between river and shore, Tatamagouche Centre has been offering a space for spiritual renewal and transformation for over 60 years. Our facilities are excellent for networking and team building.

Poetic Pause – An online zoom gathering

with poets Shalan Joudry & Samantha Sternberg

Tuesday, June 2nd, 3:00 pm AST. No admission fee.

Shalan Joudry is a poet, performance artist and oral storyteller. Her first book of poetry, Generations Re-merging, as well as her next collection (set to be released this fall) are published by Gaspereau Press. Her work draws on Mi’kmaw cultural teachings as well as her awe of the natural world. She lives in L’sitkuk (Bear River First Nation) with her partner, two daughters, and many forest critters. Shalan’s work guides us in reconciling between people and cultures, between our minds and hearts, as well as reconnecting with the land.

Samantha Sternberg is a queer poet and librarian living in K’jipuktuk (Halifax). Her poetry has appeared in The Malahat Review, Prairie Fire, Room and elsewhere. Her chapbook, Kinship and Light: the Wyeth Poems, was published by Greenboathouse Press in 2018.

This is a time to honour pause and silence. There will be room to share your own reflections, thoughts, how you are doing.

Join Zoom Meeting through the internet: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/8249599566

We are mindful that many of you who connect via the internet prefer to turn your video off. Please feel free to use audio only if you prefer.

Join Zoom Meeting by phone by dialing: 1 778 907 2071 or 1 438 809 7799 or 1 587 328 1099 or 1 647 374 4685

New to Zoom? You are welcome to log in at 2:30pm AST for some help.

Meeting ID: 824 9599 5661