Sunday, April 8  

“Spirituality; A Wellspring for Commitment and Connection,”   Rev. Nancy Pellegrini

 Joan Chittister writes, “if we are ever going to regain peace in our own souls…we have to recover silence.  Without it, the prophetic vision of a world at peace will surely die.” We will examine how spirituality provides grounding for social justice work and encourages community in our congregations.

 

Sunday, April 15 

“On Being and Non-Being Redux,” Mason Olds

All humans are mortal. I am a human being; therefore I am mortal. How do I best cope with that?

 

Sunday, April 22

Earth Day, Heather Lyn Mann

Charleston’s Climate Reality: Answering the Call as a Spiritual People What’s our community’s true climate change story? How can we bring our whole, intelligent selves to our new reality? What can we do to protect the safety of all people and beings? Can our actions really make a difference? What spiritual technologies exist to transform waves of strong emotion into compassionate action and lives of deep purpose and joy? This Earth Day, Heather Lyn Mann—a career advocate for the earth, author, and Buddhist chaplain in the tradition of Zen Master Thich Nhat Hanh—will inspire confidence, skill and hope with plain-spoken insight.

 

Sunday, April 29

Charleston Area Justice Ministry (CAJM), Suzanne Hardie

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