April 1, 2021
THE LOST AND FOUND OF COVID
Bridging experiences of loss and discovery
by giving voice to pain and learning to see good in hard places
There is a mysterious—yet often elusive—connection between our expressions of lament and gratitude. The Lost and Found Series delves into this connection and its impact on how we carry on in uncertain times. Each experience incorporates guided individual reflection activities and group interaction as a way of discovering and reframing perspectives that energize us with renewed hope for the future in every sphere of our life.
April 8 | April 15 | April 22
CHANGE THROUGH CONTEMPLATIVE ACTION
Bridging stillness and productivity
by embracing mindfulness through intentional action and reflection
We live in constant tension between our desire to rest and produce, often without balance. The Give and Receive Series examines the results of this imbalance—escapism or frenzy—and the possibility of living an integrated life rather than alternating between these two modes of living. Each experience incorporates guided individual reflection activities and group interaction as a way of developing deliberate rhythms of contemplative action to flourish in the midst of shifting circumstances.
May 6 | May 13 | May 20
HISTORICAL PRACTICES FOR THE CURRENT MOMENT
Bridging the wisdom of the past and the spirit of the present
by exploring time-tested spiritual practices in the expression of today
Spirituality can be considered how you handle the madness of life. In this sense, everyone has a spirituality regardless of religious affiliation. The Ancient and Modern Series surveys the essence of a variety of seasoned spiritual disciplines and offers contemporary illustrations. Each experience incorporates guided individual reflection activities and group interaction toward the discovery of tailored, generative spiritual practices for sustainability in the uniqueness of your life and work.
June 3 | June 10 | June 17