Winter Small Groups

Humans need community - real community with deep listening and belonging - now more than ever.


Journey groups (both in person and online options) offer an opportunity to come together and build community in multi-generational, structured small groups.

Our theme for Winter Journey Groups (starting the week of January 22) is “Our Histories.” Over six weeks, we will each engage in a personal live review. 

Together, using the Foothills History Project book, we will reflect on themes from Foothills’ past and how those themes touch our own stories.


Explore anti-racism by taking a deep dive into Resmaa Menakem’s My Grandmother’s Hands. We will be learning and practicing how to settle our central nervous systems and build our capacity and anti-racism muscles through somatic exercises. 

Two Options:
Sundays 3:30-5:30 PM on zoom (February 5 – May 14).

Sundays 4:30-6:30 PM on zoom (February 5 – May 14).


Join an in-person book discussion group (Thursday evenings, 6:30-8PM, starting 2/2) which presents renewed global security as an alternative to warCreated by World Beyond War, the book, “A Global Security System: An Alternative to War”, presents a comprehensive blueprint for peace as the basis of an action plan to end war. 

Organized around three broad strategies, it offers an excellent opportunity to understand the fundamental, interrelated components impacting global peace and justice. 

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