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October 2020

BREATHE, WELCOME, TRANSFORM: THE BODY AS A PATHWAY TO HEALING

October 20 @ 9:00 am - 12:00 pm
$20 – $40

Tuesday, October 20,  2020 | 9:00 a.m. - 12 noon This workshop will be presented online via ZOOM.  The recorded session will be made available to registrants for a month after the scheduled date. We live in uncertain times and many responses to the issues facing our society have led to a polarization that can affect our relationships.  The Rev. Deanna Hollas will present a contemplative workshop exploring the spiritual practice of Breathe, Welcome, Transform as a way to love…

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November 2020

GRIEF AND ACCEPTANCE FOR CAREGIVERS

November 10 @ 10:00 am - 12:00 pm
$12.50 – $25

Explore the reality of grief and the spiritual journey toward acceptance which can accompany the slow decline of a loved one.  Our speaker will share experiences and insights from her own six-year journey while caring for her husband. The Rev. Fran Shelton is a retired Presbyterian Minister and Co-Founder of Faith & Grief Ministries.  She's also the author of No Winter Lasts Forever: A Memoir of Loving Bob and Loathing Alzheimers The second of four events in our Spirituality for…

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February 2021

SEEKING WHOLENESS WITH CELTIC SPIRITUALITY

February 16, 2021 @ 10:00 am - 12:00 pm
$12.50 – $25

Learn more about the importance of connecting with the Holy Spirit and finding God in creation, as reflected in teachings derived from Celtic Spirituality. Our speaker will discuss a simple model of the balanced Christian life that can lead to a closer relationship with God. The Rev. Dr. Larry Duggans is Executive Director of the Missional Wisdom Foundation, a non-profit organization for alternative forms of Christianity Community.  He has led 17 pilgrimages to Celtic sacred sites on the island of…

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April 2021

SPIRITUAL BUT NOT RELIGIOUS | NEW CONVERSATIONS ABOUT FAITH

April 20, 2021 @ 10:00 am - 12:00 pm
$12.50 – $25

In the past three decades, the number of people who indicate no religious affiliation is skyrocketing.  Is the historic change a means for despair or is it a call to a new, awakened life beyond the pews?  How do you talk about your faith in a way that engages the disenchanted? Aaron Manes is a Spiritual Director and hosts the podcast Reconstruction Calls, a conversation among friends about reconstructing faith. He serves on the staff of two Methodist churches in…

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