Wednesdays, 7 - 8:30 pm
Student Union Memorial Center, San Pedro Room
1303 E University Blvd Tucson, AZ 85719 UA Campus
Young adults explore world spiritual traditions and contemplative practices to foster compassionate relationships with ourselves, each other, and the environment.
All young adults welcome; not limited to UA students.
*There is NO free parking*. The closest parking is the metered lot on the SW corner of Mountain & 2nd St, as well as the 2nd Street Garage. *Green Service Permit spots on campus open either after 5:00pm or 8:00pm. If you park in one, read carefully! *
Drop-ins are welcome.
Facilitated by Michael Pellegrino.
For more information contact:
Abbie Annelise James
The Road Less Traveled
Tuesdays, 6-7:30 pm
starting Sept. 18th, 2018
The group will explore the timeless classic by Scott Peck, The Road Less Traveled
Counseling Office at
or call (520) 404-9015
For those who want to explore a particular wisdom tradition further, please go to our Partner page Here to connect with a local group that meets weekly for study and practice.
Coaching and Spiritual Direction
are offered through Teresa Cowan Jones, M.Div.
on a sliding scale basis.
To schedule an in-person or
or for more info visit tcjonescoaching.com
CBCT: Cognitively-Based Compassion Training
Sundays, 3 - 4 pm
Starting Sept. 9th, 2018
City Council Ward 6 Office East Room
3202 E. 1st St. Tucson, AZ 85716
Women gathering to support each other in a safe, nurturing space that supports deep listening of stories/experiences/concerns that fragment us from our essential self. The format includes several foundational activities: a breathing meditation, a talking circle format for sharing, and a guided process that facilitates reuniting a fragment with our wholeness through the assistance of our own restorative qualities such as compassion, love, dignity, wisdom, or acceptance.
Contact Krysta Kavenaugh
or call 612-722-8066
Changing Dark Thoughts
Sundays, 5:45 - 7:15 pm
City Council Ward 6 Office West Room 3202 E. 1st St. Tucson, AZ 85716
Using the book, Owning Your Own Shadow by Robert Johnson
We support each other to understand
the collective shadow as well as our own. We work toward transforming our less flattering traits into more energy, awareness, strength and compassion
in ourselves and for our community.
Facilitated by Dr. John Dore
Register by emailing John
or call (520) 906-1768
In Sacred Space's Compassionate Ambassadors program, ambassadors are people who are interested in meeting new people and who are available to meet with those interested in getting more involved in the local compassion movement. Compassionate Ambassadors meet with individuals for a half hour to an hour simply to provide a time to get to know each other better and discern together common interests relative to compassion work and Sacred Space offerings. These one-on-one meetings can help deepen connection between us and form a more authentic community through which we can make more impactful actions on the world. If you are interested in becoming a Compassionate Ambassador sign up Here and we’ll send you a name of someone who’d like to meet.