The Mayor’s Book Clubs

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Please contact one of the groups below to register

City Council Ward 6 Office 3202 E. 1st St. Tucson, AZ 85716

Victor Shamas

Victor has a Ph.D. in Cognitive Psychology and a M.S. in Chemistry and is a lecturer in the Department of Psychology at the University of Arizona, best-selling author, researcher and musician, and co-founder of two Tucson-based nonprofit groups: Global Chant and PlayHaven. His books include Deep Creativity, Repose: The Potent Pause, The Way of Play, and The Chanter’s Guide.

Next Sacred Space Gathering

Sunday March 31, 2019

5th Sunday Sing Along

Live music by Victor Shamas

Sacred Space Book Club
5210 E Pima St #200, Tucson, AZ 85712

Contact: Peter Woods
Phone: (520) 881-5500
pcwoods24@yahoo.com


Ben’s Bells
816 E. University Blvd. Tucson, AZ 85719
Email: 
laura@bensbells.org


Dedicated Bakery
Midway Plaza

4500 E Speedway Tucson, AZ 85712
Contact: Rebecca Wicker
beccalyn70@hotmail.com


Sacred Space welcomes your support

as we are reliant on the donations

of those who gather with us.​

Small Groups Starting Feb. 03, 2019

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Muslim Community Center Tucson
5100 N Kevy Pl, Tucson, AZ 85704
Contact: Muhammad Awais Khan
phone: 312-525-0278
awais.aku@gmail.com

Center for Community Dialogue Training
a program of Our Family Services
Bellevue Campus
3830 East Bellevue Street, 85745
Contact: Catherine Tornbom
phone: 520.323.1708 x121
ctornbom@ourfamilyservices.org

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​​Sacred Space is a secular and interfaith community in Tucson for personal and community growth where all are welcome to gather weekly for inspiration from the world’s spiritual traditions, varied local musicians and speakers, and community connection. Coupling contemplative wisdom with research-based practices, Sacred Space also offers small groups and classes, all with the aim of bringing together inner resources to drive social change.
The Sacred Space mission is to cultivate compassion and be a source of public renewal and contemplative education so that we can increase our capacity to work together toward collaborative solutions. This work is based in the
current global movement for building compassionate community which is dedicated to generating understanding and cooperation between people of all backgrounds and beliefs.