Membership in Five Oaks Centre is a way to show your support, stay informed, and have voting privileges at the Centre’s Annual General Meeting. Whether you’re renewing your membership or becoming a member for the first time, we are grateful that you’re becoming a member now!
The membership you purchase is for the calendar year, and will be valid until December 31 of that year. The individual membership fee is $20. Your $20 investment helps cover the cost of basic communication with our membership and community.
You can also make a difference by inviting others to join our membership. Please direct to this page those who might share a commitment to a sacred place where people of different faiths and cultures can be together in creation to seek wellness for themselves, their people and the earth.
One of the benefits of being a member of Five Oaks is an invitation to a Members Day event on site. This will be a time for music, volunteer work, working team meetings and reports on what has been happening since the Annual General Meeting. Your comments on the work of the Board and staff are important.
Another benefit of membership is that members receive more detailed information about the work of the Centre.
Annual General Meeting
Members play a key role in the Five Oaks Annual General Meeting each spring. Please join us for a great day of activities and opportunities to meet our Board and Partners. Become a member now so you can vote at the AGM!
Many of you as ongoing members of Five Oaks have played a significant role in the development of the Centre’s new intercultural/interfaith vision through donations and volunteer work. Thank You for your commitment to Five Oaks and its mission!
Note: To support online memberships, we are using the software for registering programs. This reduces our costs and makes it easier for you.
To be a sacred place where people, as individuals or in intentional community, come apart to look deeply into their own lives and the world in light of faith and values, and find their calling to participate in Spirit’s healing work in creation. To provide a residential setting where people of different faiths or no faiths, cultures, Nations and spiritual seekers can explore new understandings of neighbour, faith and the earth and model communities of compassion for the sake of the world.
To be a sacred place where peoples of all faiths as well as spiritual seekers can gather in community to live, work, learn, pray, play, heal and act for justice.
Open Hospitality Statement
To be a sacred place where hospitality is offered to everyone and where human diversity is celebrated in sexual orientation, ethnicity, gender identity, ability, race, religion and age, regardless of economic situation. This open hospitality is done as part of being an Affirming Centre.
Upcoming Member Events