The United States is facing a major opioid epidemic and Bartholomew County is not immune from it. Drug addiction affects individuals, families, and the wider society. Join Jeff Jones and Rhonda Fischer as we explore how we find the spiritual strength to respond to this overwhelming situation together.
Change is perhaps the only constant in human life. It can sometimes be stressful, unwanted, & even painful. When we gather in community, we are able to practice changing together & to imagine how we might support one another when these changes make us uncomfortable. What might be possible when we change together?
As we kick off the monthly theme of Transformation, we will tend to the spiritual seed within each of us. Together, we will consider the spiritual practices that nurture our lives as individuals and help us to stay grounded throughout all of life’s twists and turns.
Dana Black is an activist leader for people of color and LGBTQ rights and Indiana Democratic Party Deputy Chair for Engagement. She will use her story to illustrate that even though you may disagree with your neighbor, with positive thinking and compassion you may accomplish many things.
Nineteenth century Unitarian minister, the Rev. Theodore Parker, urged, “Be ours a religion which, like sunshine, goes everywhere.” In the 21st century, we are invited into deeper, more authentic and lasting partnerships with other religious and non-religious people, as we attempt to build an interfaith coalition for social transformation. Service Audio