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Seminary directors Patrick Kennedy and Jonah Evans with the seminary students on stage on Wed. Nov. 22nd.

Back at the end of September RSCC teacher education students invited the students from the Seminary of the Christian Community in North America to their Michaelmas festival. And then just recently the Seminary students invited the RSCC students to come to their end of term presentation of their work with “The Word” on Wednesday November 22nd. Here are some pictures from that visit:


Claire welcomes everyone to the presentation. This was the RSCC students’ first visit to the local Christian Community — a purpose-built church designed by an anthroposophical architect in Germany and constructed around the turn of the last century.
Seminary student Shannon (from Spring Valley, New York) described one of the art exercises they had done under the direction of Regine Kurek, who also taught at the RSCC Summer Festival. The exercise involved painting a beautiful picture, then ripping it up and creating a collage out of the pieces – which one could see as an exercise in the Christ theme of death and rebirth.
Danill, a seminary student from Russia, retells the story of Elijah. Behind him are more examples of the students’ work with Regine Kurek. The black and white faces are the students’ attempt to work with the visage of Steiner’s Representative of Humanity.
Seminary student Christopher (from the state of Georgia in the US) offers an animated recitation.
Min, a seminary student from China (via Camphill in the US), recites a poem about work.
After the presentations, it was time for refreshments. Here James Brian is talking with Rev. Jonah Evans and two RSCC students.
Socializing after the presentations
RSCC students talking with Christopher after the presentations
João Torunsky, the Christian Community’s Erzoberlenker (leader of the world movement), spent the last three weeks sitting in on classes at the Toronto seminary. Here he is sharing breakfast with the students on the morning before their presentations.