Support group for poepole with Mild Cognitive ImpaIrment or dementia and their care partners
This daylong virtual workshop will begin with a conference on the universal symbol of the sacred circle known as the “mandala.” Participants will learn how this symbol is present in all cultures and faith expressions of the world, as well as why we are naturally drawn to this sacred shape. During our sessions we will […]
Our Lost Civic Argument (rescheduled from this fall) with Michael Hartoonian
#7 Chenjerai’s Challenge. “How attached are you to the idea of being white?” Chenjerai Kumanyika puts that question to Biewen, as they revisit an unfinished conversation from a previous episode.
Join! Will join the Seeing White podcast
Forest Bathing is a gentle, mindful, walk in nature. The practice of Forest Bathing (also called Forest or Nature Therapy) is based on the Japanese practice of Shinrin-yoku, an intentional practice of mindful nature immersion developed to treat stress-related illnesses. Forest bathing is different from a hike or an interpretative nature walk. Forest bathing walks […]
Living Water: Contemplation by the water Fourth Sundays of the Month, 9-10 AM Lake of the Isles, north side, near Newton Ave S Wear a mask. Bring a chair. Living water – what is that? It’s both water and something more. The term “Living Water” can help name one of our deepest thirsts – to […]
Living in a Polarized World: Learnings from Braver Angels Polarization has not been this bad since the Civil War, but we’ve learned some important lessons about resisting it and staying connected. Bill Doherty is a Professor at the University of Minnesota and a co-founder of Braver Angels, a national nonprofit working to counteract polarization in America.
The monthly meeting of the Plymouth Contemplatives. We gather to practice silent meditation, check in, coordinate contemplative offerings at Plymouth, discern the Spirit's work in our midst, and practice contemplative group process.
An event to hold energy and sacred space for George Floyd Square and those gathered there on this important one-year anniversary of his murder. We want to engage as much of the Plymouth congregation as possible in this work of witnessing. Our intention is to invite our congregation and neighbors to participate. The Contemplatives […]