Featured Events

Moral Injury and the Road to Recovery

Facilitated by Dennis Slattery, PhD, this 2-session workshop will take place on October 2 and October 9, between 6:30pm–8:00pm.

Afflictions and dismemberments come in a myriad of forms. Our focus will be on moral wounds we carry and/or inflict on others. We may feel at times morally wounded when our lives become dissonant, at odds with the myth we are living and the challenges everyday living may impose on us. Moral wounds can occur in the individual or in an entire nation; some have claimed this is what they feel when they turn on the daily news. We will focus on this painful but also opportune moment in our lives with an eye to voicing our own territories of woundedness and what they reveal about our central values.

Bring a notebook or a journal to be able to write cursively in response to a series of meditation prompts that Dr. Slattery will supply. Leave laptops at home unless it is a necessity for you to type your responses. We will move as well to considering way of healing from or repairing such afflictions.

Open to the public, free of charge.

PROJECT DRAWDOWN: A Discussion of Climate Change Solutions

Led by Dr. Dianne Rahm, this 6-session discussion group begins on Sunday, Sept. 29 between 12:15-2:15pm.

Based on work by Paul Hawken, editor of: "Drawdown, The Most Comprehensive Plan Ever Proposed to Reverse Global Warming". More information at drawdown.org.

Discussion dates are set for Sept. 29, Oct. 13 & 27, and Nov. 3, 10, and 24. Bring a sack lunch.

Free and open to the public.