Community Night Dinners

Come meet new friends or connect with old ones at our monthly community night dinner series.  Experience good food, good company, and engaging discussions with local leaders in spirituality, compassion, and care for our Earth.  Our March dinner features Rob Kingsolver, a professor in the Environmental Studies department at Bellarmine University.

Introduction to the Enneagram

Would you like to have more insight into what makes you and others tick?  Ever wonder why others see the world so differently than you do? The Enneagram is a tool that can help you understand differing personality types and how they relate to each other.  Learn how it can help you bring more wisdom, insight, and patience into your personal and professional relationships.  

Lenten Retreat Series

The invitation to Prayer, Fasting and Almsgiving are not unique to the Christian Way. They are also foundational practices, shared by many of the great religious traditions. This series of afternoon retreats reframes and refreshes these three touchpoints as expressions of the Lenten invitation to wholeness.

Climate Change Grief Tending

Are you feeling anxious and sad about the impact of climate change on our environment? Are you angry at the continued inaction and apathy of people in power?

Centering Prayer

Learn about the spiritual practice of centering prayer and the power of interior silence as a means for listening to God.

Silent Meditation Retreat

Silence the “Monkey Mind.” Listen to your inner self. Appreciate sounds of the natural world. Cure for boredom. More Mindful Eating. Gain clarity in your life. Nurture curiosity and kindness.

Earth & Spirit Week

Earth and Spirit Week: Nature Connection Meditation and Practices Opening your heart to the natural world can be a source of profound hope and healing. Our Earth & Spirit week sessions will help you to connect more deeply with the rest of nature.

Quiet Louisville

Join the Earth and Spirit Center on April 28, 2020 from 12 noon to 1:00 p.m. at Fourth Street Live! for Quiet Louisville, a free, public hour-long meditation event for the city of Louisville.