Havurah Shalom, Ecofaith Recovery, Ecumenical Ministries of Oregon, and Oregon Interfaith Power & Light are partnering to host a discussion about Kiss the Ground. In addition to the opportunity to dialogue about the film, we will hold a panel discussion with those working toward regenerative agriculture in a variety of contexts.
Every Thursday morning at 8:45am PST via ZOOM for valuable information, mentorship, action steps, relationship building, and spiritual grounding. Be in the know about what we are doing together as EcoFaith and in our communities. Bring your suggestions, questions, and desire to dive deep into the Practices for Awakening Leadership.
Any person or organization is welcome to start their own Carbon Garden and take a role in this emerging movement. This is one way in which you can engage in our Community Carbon initiative and make a difference right in your backyard.
This page is dedicated to supporting everyone in EcoFaith’s community and your larger network during this intensely difficult situation. Here we access our spiritual power, power among community, power in story, power in action, and even power in seeking rest and balance
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