Many of us are feeling worried, anxious and afraid. We continue to need spiritual tools to sustain us for the long haul for this important work of Courageous Love. One of our sharpest tools is language, how we talk and listen to each other.
We are very pleased to offer a workshop on Saturday April 8th from 9am – 3pm called 7 Principles in “Real Life”.
SIGN Up for the Workshop HERE
Childcare is available on request – email firstname.lastname@example.org 48 hours in advance
What would it mean to put our Seven Principles into practice in our everyday lives? What do they ask of us in our relationships and in our living? Join us for this day long workshop exploring how the Principles can be a source of wholeness and healing in our everyday. We will be joined by Gregory Rouillard & Jared Finkelstein of the Seven Principles Project, whose work focuses on manifesting the Principles in our communication and relationships, especially across differences.
The Seven Principles Project is a Unitarian Universalist ministry devoted to cultivating covenanted relationship within and among communities of faith by offering ministry, coaching, trainings, and the experience of beloved community grounded in the seven principles of Unitarian Universalism. We believe that Compassionate Communication is a spiritual practice for living these principles every day.
Gregory Rouillard, M.Div. – envisions a world where people live, work, and play in nurturing communities, moving together in connection toward achieving effective outcomes. He believes that the philosophy and practice of Compassionate Communication provides Unitarian Universalists with concrete tools to bring the seven principles to life
Jared Finkelstein – believes that in a connected world it’s all about the quality of the connection. He is a Certified Trainer with the Center for Nonviolent Communication who offers communication and conflict resolution training to Businesses, Community Organizations, Faith-Based Communities, Youth Development Organizations, Hospitals, Individuals, and Families.