ONE SERVICE AND RELIGIOUS EDUCATION 10:00 a.m.
“This is How We Do Things around Here – Or Is It?”
Speaker: Member Kirstin Anglea
Music: Alissa Rhode, Lead Music Director
As a facilitator with the Center for Courage and Renewal with Parker Palmer, we use a set of “touchstones” that guide how we agree to be together in our Circle of Trust retreats. I will explore the meaning of these touchstones in a way that invites us to consider how we “agree to be together” as we welcome a new Senior Minister this fall and continue to redefine ourselves as a welcoming community that nurtures the spirit, engages the mind, and inspires action.
Kirstin Anglea joined First Church with her young daughter, Anya, nearly 20 years ago, she has 30 years experience in education as a teacher, administrator, and professor of education. Kirstin holds a doctorate in Educational Leadership with a focus on Reflective Practice and Teacher Renewal. She is an experienced facilitator with the international organization, The Center for Courage and Renewal (www.couragerenewal.org). Courage and Renewal programs are based on the work of Parker Palmer and seek to support others as they strive to create a just world through leading and living with courage and compassion.
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