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January 15 @ 6:00 pm - 8:30 pm
Courage to Connect: An Epiphany Walk through Brave Space
Take advantage of this series* during the season of “shedding new light,” the season of Epiphany. Learn how to listen within, while also listening to others, to lead from within to rebuild relationships through civil conversations particularly as it relates to racism. Discover how inner change can lead to healing.
Co-directed by The Hive facilitators, the Reverends Daniel Hughes and Troy Bronsink, this series is designed to create the space to explore antiracism through the lenses of trauma informed care, mindfulness, and the Christian contemplative tradition. Join us as we deepen our understanding of the connection between collective anti-racist possibilities and our contemplative practices.
Open to youth as well as adults. The evening includes prayer at 6:00 PM; dinner at 6:30 PM at no cost; the program at 7:00 PM. Register here.
*A four-week course, with five weeks scheduled to allow for weather and other cancellations. The class meets January 8, 15 and 29; February 5 and 12.