Are you seeking the opportunity to join regularly in a guided group meditation practice? Do you seek greater peace for yourself and for the world? Our First Saturday Silent Sitting is a monthly gathering that will help you connect with other meditators and spiritual seekers from varying faith backgrounds.
In the summer of 2020, amid great racial conflict following Breonna Taylor’s killing, Black leaders in Louisville created “A Path Forward,” an extensive, forward-looking document for bringing racial equity to Louisville. The document examined multiple components of racial injustice and recommended actions to alleviate them. This six-week experience will help you engage more deeply – in learning and in action – with racial equity issues facing Louisville and our nation.
Please join us and Stachelle Bussey, founder of the Hope Buss and Director of Hope Village. Through her boots-on-the-ground perspective, we’ll learn the realities faced by many in our community who struggle with access to healthy food, safe housing, and healthcare, and whose health and mental health often suffer as a result. We’ll also learn about the innovative, grassroots work she’s doing to address this need.
More than ever, the world needs citizens who are prepared to engage with the environmental challenges that impact our communities and advocate for the poor and vulnerable people that are impacted by these issues. This group offers a supportive space to learn about environmental issues and become empowered to work for a just and equitable transition to a more sustainable world.
If you feel disconnected, broken, or wounded, you are not alone. We are all wounded in essential and frequently secret ways, and it can be difficult to know how to begin to heal. Join us for a complete reframing of what it means to be broken, and what it means to heal.
Stories are important and can change people. We are now learning the New Earth story is emerging. We now know that we are one with the Earth and come from the Earth rather than masters of the Earth. Our troubled world is changing, dying and is in labor. The new world is being birthed. We as Elders are called to be doulas or midwives. As with the birthing process we need to be mindful, to breathe, and have the vision for what is coming forth. As Elders we can be witnesses of hope to this vital process.