Date(s) - 11/12/2023
1:30 pm - 4:00 pm
In recent years, we have all experienced unprecedented change in our personal lives and our communities of faith. As we try to discern the new thing God is doing in the midst of this change, we may be exhausted, eager, bewildered, anxious, grieving, or uncertain. Or all of these, in turn or at once. Taking time to pause, reflect, and imagine, and to converse with God, with our own heart’s truth, and with one another is more important than ever. You are invited into an afternoon of reflection and listening, led by author Karen Hering, drawing from her award-winning book, Trusting Change: Finding Our Way through Personal and Global Transformation. The online session will include embodied practices, guided reflection and writing (for writers and nonwriters alike), and conversation, asking how we might navigate the uncharted terrain of our times. How do we prepare ourselves – and one another – for a journey we’ve not been on before? Fee: Donation
Facilitator: Reverend Karen Hering is an award-winning author and an ordained Unitarian Universalist minister. She has led a literary ministry for almost 15 years and serves as a threshold guide to people and communities on the cusp of change. Her books, Trusting Change: Finding Our Way through Personal and Global Transformation and Writing to Wake the Soul: Opening the Sacred Conversation Within, invite readers to access their own wisdom in correspondence with the holy and with the world around them.