CBCT: Cognitively-Based Compassion Training
1st & 3rd Thursdays, 6-7:30 pm
Ravenscroft Hall at St. Francis UMC at River and Swan
Women gathering to support each other in deep listening; based on feminine spirituality.
Facilitated by Lanny Lewis. Drop-ins are welcome.
Meetings are cancelled for November, they will resume in December.
Imagination and Creativity
Fridays, 6-9 pm
Ward 6 Office, 3202 E 1st Street
Facilitated by Diane Call
An exploration of the spiritual life through theatre arts; no experience in theatre needed.
Suggested donation $5-$10
Sign up HERE.
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. Sign up hereif you are interested in becoming a Compassionate Ambassador and we’ll send you a name of someone who’d like to meet.
For those who want to explore a particular wisdom tradition further, please go to our Partner page 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
Spiritual Seekers Young Adult circle
Wednesdays, 7 - 8 pm
Little Chapel of All Nations
1052 N Highland, UA campus
All young adults welcome; not limited to UA students.
Facilitated by Michael Pellegrino. Drop-ins are welcome.
12 Steps to a Compassionate Life
Rev. Keith Gorley will lead a book group beginning November 1st. The group will meet at the Ward 6 office, likely on Fridays.
Participation is limited to 11 people per group.
The Center is offering a 15% discount on the book if you purchase it there.