Sacred Space in Tucson is a weekly gathering for live music, inspiration from the world's spiritual traditions, and community connection. We meet on Sunday afternoons at 4:10 pm in the Community Room at Tucson City Council Ward 6, located at 3202 E 1st Street (one block south of Speedway, one block east of Country Club).
Music and teachers vary each week at this free and open non-faith and interfaith event for those who want to slow down, need a relaxed place for renewal, and who are curious about wisdom traditions but may not resonate with organized religion. Coupling contemplative wisdom with research-based practices, Sacred Space in Tucson is a gathering for those who seek to live a meaningful life. In addition to the weekly gathering, Sacred Space offers coaching, small groups and classes, all with the aim of bringing together inner resources to drive social change.
What happens at a gathering:
Live music by local musicians
Wisdom story and practice
one practice will be taught and brieflypracticed
participants are welcome
to bring / lead future closing readings
As you can see from the schedule, with a different speaker and live musician every week, each gathering is radically different!
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April 29 Fidel Moreno
Hopi Prayer and Prophesy:
We Are The Ones We Have Been Waiting For
Live music by Fidel Moreno
May 6 Rev. Teresa Cowen Jones
The Role of Community in Consciousness Development,
Healing and Social Change
Live music by Mitzi Cowell
May 13 Cliff and Danielle Berrien
Spiritual Practices for Cultural Dexterity
Live music by Cliff and Danielle Berrien