Sacred Earth Conversations
Monday, April 17, 2023, 5:30 PM
Free gatherings to inspire mindful action on behalf of nature. We’ll share stories, concerns and inspirations in relationship with our miraculous planet.
St. John’s Episcopal Church, Hansen Hall
5:30 - 7:00 p.m., Third Mondays monthly this spring
March 20 | April 17 | May 15
We're intent on our connection with nature and building a community of Earth advocates.
A project of EcoTheo Collective + St. John's envisioning a world of lasting beauty in art, nature, and community.
Conversation hosts: Nancy Shea, eco-philosopher and naturalist; Travis Helms, eco-theologian and priest; Matt Daly, poet and teacher.
Our themes are Connection, Community and Advocacy.
Connection: How do we find a deep connection to our place? Can you imagine a world drenched in meaning and purpose? How do we wake up our animal senses?
Community: What does it mean to live in an animate world? How do we respond to the suffering of others? Where is our joy?
Advocacy: What is your role in the healing of the planet? What does it mean to say the earth is sacred? How do we going to recover a sustainable human culture?