Winter Catalog 2021
Ordinary Goodness By Edward Viljoen
Host Rev Rebecca Allen
Rev. Dr. Edward Viljoen's book Ordinary Goodness; surprisingly effortless task to creating a life of meaning and beauty. We will be Exploring Tools for creating understanding and developing Community. Sharing ideas for being vulnerable and kind while practicing fierce Love.
Materials Required: Edward Viljoen's book Ordinary Goodness
Understanding & Undoing White Supremacy
Hosts Lisa Crawley & Christa Keller, RScP
Come join us as we learn and grow together. We can create a world that works for everyone and it starts with us. We will explore:
• How white supremacy affects us personally
• Building community
• Becoming allies for people of color
Materials Required: Layla F. Saad's book "Me and White Supremacy: Combat Racism, Change the World, and Become a Good Ancestor"
BIPOC Spiritual Tools for Black Indigenous People of Color
Host Deborah Schoenbaum & Kelly Saindon, RScP
A space co-created by folks socially-located within Black, Indigenous, and People of Color experiences to take time for spiritual support through tools, practices, sharing and listening.
All religions, traditions, denominations, persuasions welcome.
Freely offered to BIPOC.
Design Your (Money$$$) Life
Host Genevieve Mitchell
Explore practical tools for creating a life by design. It provides the tools and framework for living an extraordinary life. You will be guided in a journey of discovering your purpose, living your passion, and ultimately, designing your legacy.
Book Study: A Course in Miracles
Host Arlene Abbott
A participatory reading, and discussion of the spiritual psychology contained in "A Course in Miracles". We will be reading out loud from the book, and discussing the material as it is read by members of the group.
Materials Required: A Course in Miracles
Spiritual Progress: How Do We Know What to Do Next?
Tuesday 11am - 12:30 pm
Host Nancy Hasler
We all want to grow and develop spiritually, but how do we do that? Assess, discover and do! Two weeks will be spent on each of the 5 disciplines and members will identify areas where they would like to grow and gain more experience. It will be a positive, uplifting, safe and fun environment to help discover what's next for each of us. There may be some small writing or journaling assignments if the group decides they want to do that.