Emerson's Sunrise Coffee Circle meets on Sunday mornings during Middle Hour from 10:15 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. in Building 2, Room 24/25. Join us for our open conversations. Discussions are focused on explorations of heart and sharing from the spirit around a different spiritual and/or theological concept. Topics are chosen each week in advance, keeping vibrant and warm our connections with our growing community.
Come journey with fellow seekers and travelers! Rev. Lynn Strauss, Rev. Rebekah Savage, and Lay Leaders will faciliate on alternate weeks. No sign-up necessary.
The Spirit of Life Sangha is a meditation group in the spirit of Thich Nhat Hanh. It meets each Sunday during Middle Hour in Building 2, Room 24/25, from 10:15 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. New members are encouraged to arrive a little early for a brief introduction. Contact Liliane Floge to learn more.
Women's Open Spiritual Connection Group Gathering. Come join us for our next gathering! Our goal is to connect by learning about ourselves and each other, while deepening our spirituality together. A typical meeting consists of introductions/check-in, guided meditation, creative self-exploration, sharing of insights with group discussion, and closing. Meetings are on the second Saturday from 1:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m. in Building 4 Room 44. For questions, please contact Sahar Dawisha, Diane Baillie, Julie Robinson, or Bonnie Bloomquist. You may email them at firstname.lastname@example.org.
For our first gathering of 2018 on Saturday, January 13, we’ll use activities to focus our intentions for the New Year and will be discussing/sharing our Women’s Retreat experiences! We are open to all women interested in exploring spirituality and connection with each other.
The Young Adults Group is a spiritual and social group open to all young adults (18-35). We are a wecloming community planning spiritual workshops and social events for each other. The YAG goes to brunch following service every 2nd Sunday of the month. Meet us in the courtyard by 11:15 a.m. to head out for brunch! Contact Lisa Fredin for more information.
Open to the public and in a coffeehouse-style atmosphere, Socrates Café Rockville is a philosophic discussion in a small to mid-sized group (6 to 10 people), conducted loosely in the style of Plato's Socratic dialogues. Participants themselves generate the questions to be discussed each time and can expect to leave with a clearer understanding of others' positions, as well as their own, on questions of significant moral or ethical import.
There is no cost to attend and no sign up required. Come when you can. Bring a friend. Contact Ken Sandin at to learn more.
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