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March 20: 8th Interfaith Wisdom Circle
Embodying Spirit -- En-spiriting Body
How do you embody spirit in your life? How do you "en-spirit" the body? How do we do this in our communities?
Guest Spiritual Leader:
Rabbi Diane Elliot is a leader in the Jewish Renewal movement and a program director at ALEPH: Alliance for Jewish Renewal. Here's how she describes herself:
I love to dance, draw, write poems, sing, and stand on the earth. As a rabbi and teacher, a somatic movement therapist and a spiritual director, I seek to inspire people to become clearer channels for Divine Light through awareness and movement practices, chant, and nuanced interpretations of Jewish Sacred text. I enjoy creating safe and nurturing spaces for those who wish to explore spirituality individually and in community.More about Rabbi Diane
Libby Traubman, together with her husband Len, is co-founder and co-facilitator of the Jewish-Palestinian Living Room Dialogue Group. Several hundred outreach activities are described at http://traubman.igc.org/dg-prog.htm. They continue to facilitate face-to-face community-building experiences of dialogue, and sometimes co-produce documentary films that help people to successfully engage. For her community service and global influence, Libby was inducted into the San Mateo County Women’s Hall of Fame.
Palm Sunday Greetings from Rev. Charles Gibbs
Our interfaith community is honoring the Christian holiday of Palm Sunday by beginning a new tradition. Whenever a scheduled Interfaith Wisdom Circle falls on a holiday of one of our faith traditions, and thereby precludes any of our members from attending, we'll invite them to record a brief greeting in honor of their holiday! Here is the first, from Rev. Charles Gibbs:
Please join us for the 8th Interfaith Wisdom Circle!
Sunday, March 20, 2016, 9:00 - 10:30 AM Pacific Time. You can find your corresponding local time at Time and Date.
To join us for the video-conference, please RSVP below. We’ll get back to you with details. We limit the circle to 25 RSVPs.