Sustaining Ourselves: Spiritual Practices for Safety, Justice, Healing and Compassion
Sustaining Ourselves: Spiritual Practices for Justice, Healing and Compassion - Saturday, October 16th, 9:00 - 11:00 am. Registration closes Friday, October 8th.
What do we each most need as we move into yet another season requiring that we expand our inner capacity for resilience? How might we radically reimagine what it means to be in community while holding safety, justice, healing, and compassion at the center?
This year our spiritual practice class will be guided by The Book of Soul: 52 Paths to Living What Matters, by Mark Nepo.
Classes are led by Rev. Jacqueline Brett on the third Saturday of each month from 9:00 - 11:00 am. In each session, we’ll engage spiritual practices as we explore key points of the book. The book is available at local indie bookstores, on Amazon in print or e-book format, or as an audiobook at the Durham County Library or on audible.com. It is suggested that you engage with the print format if possible. Please contact Rev. Brett if you’re in need of financial assistance to purchase the book.
Participants attending the October class are asked to register below by Friday, October 8th, and read chapters 5-8 prior to class. Respond to the journaling prompts at the end of each chapter, OR journal your thoughts about ideas that resonate for you in each chapter. If this is your first time participating in the class, begin the book by reading the introduction, "Where All Souls Meet".
At this time we're offering the class over Zoom, though we look forward to moving to a hybrid format (online and in-person) over the course of the year.
Questions? Contact: Rev. Brett or Michele Sager