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November 24: “The Mountains Are Calling and I Must Go.” with Rev. Dr. Mellen Kennedy and Ephraim, two mountain enthusiasts. Ephraim is the nine year old grandson of Diane Kemble who lives up to being named for Mt. Ephraim. We’ll have special music with Paul Ippolito leading us in a couple of mountain songs. We’ll be singing the Vermont state song, “These Green Mountains”. This is definitely a service for all generations to enjoy together!


November 3: “The Land Loves Us Back” with Charis Boke What does it feel like to belong to a place? Right now in this complicated world, asking this question can help us think about histories of power, and also help us to lift our gaze to the possibility of healing relations with land and reconnecting communities.
As a scholar-practitioner of anthropology, the environment, and health, Charis also serves her communities as a teacher and an organizer. Drawing on her background as an anthropologist of medicine, healing and religion, as well as her long term commitment to building a socially and environmentally just world, she tries to help communities figure out how to analyze issues and work to do better–to move towards mutual thriving with the planet.

November 10: “Visioning Through Collage” with Shannon Aubin and Sharon Mueller Sharon and Shannon collaborate to present the Power of Visioning Through Collage. We will share personal experiences and invite you to try your hand at creating your own!

November 17: “Attitude of Gratitude” with Rev. Dr. Mellen Kennedy and Cathy Shidlovsky As we move toward celebrating Thanksgiving, let’s pause to reflect of one of the most powerful forces in the world: gratitude. We’ll share stories, life experiences, poems and challenges. Join us!

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~ Rumi

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