These two sessions will explore what healthy and integrated masculinity looks like and how we can develop ways to model these qualities in our lives.
In this creative time of sharing, laughter, and joy, you’ll learn the practice of grinding ink/loading brush, practice the immediacy of putting ink to paper, explore the discipline of brush painting, and create a complete Chinese couplet and simple landscape.
Join Deborah Keenan, Swati Avasthi, Dr. Tamara Gray, and Elizabeth Jarrett Andrew for an evening conversation about how the writing practice invites us into ever-deepening compassion.
Join Deborah Jiang-Stein, author and founder of the unPrison Project, in discussion, conversation, and writing to explore Sister Helen’s latest book and delve into your own journeys of purpose, passion, and spiritual journey.
Life, love, loss, death, hope—the common coin of human experience. Spring Hedgerow features Gnostic scholar Elaine Pagels as she reflectively traces her own spiritual journey in her memoir Why Religion?.
This workshop will explore and deepen our relationship with Seeds, building on the learning begun in the Fall 2019 Soul Conference (Seeds and Roots: Growing Sacred Activism). The award-winning documentary “Seed: The Untold Story” will provide context for the work.
Exploring mystery, beauty, and hope in music spanning centuries, Lumina creates a richly diverse program from medieval carols to pieces by living and local composers.
This award-winning 1982 documentary tells the story of four North American women missionaries murdered in El Salvador on December 2, 1980. Focusing specifically on the story of lay missioner Jean Donovan, who left her home and comfortable life in the U.S. to respond to the needs of war-torn Salvadorans, the film gives us a glimpse into Jean’s wide understanding of love and heart full of hospitality.
Seven short verses are sung before the Magnificat during the Evening Prayer of the Church on the seven days before the vigil of Christmas. Each begins with the exclamation “O.” Each ends with a plea for the Messiah to come.
Using Seeds and Roots as our guiding metaphor, we will deepen our relationship to Ina Maka, Mother Earth, as a primary, spiritual foundation for making positive change in ourselves, our families, and our communities.