This event is rescheduled for Fall 2023! Emergence Creating Common Ground Through Sacred Purpose
Activate your inner Creatrix, the archetypal creative nature within all of us and the natural world. During this one-day sacred gathering we will share our stories and co-create in a conscious and divine feminine way.
The soil of this community garden has had a long rest and now is made of the composted richness from our combined experiences. Learn about your sacred purpose as it relates to spiritual, emotional, mental and physical aspects of your life. Together through experiential workshops, an engaging panel and rituals, we will create a glorious, fragrant bouquet as we emerge and blossom from our deep belonging to our essential nature. We’ll begin the day at 9am with a ceremonial ritual, and at the end of the day with a closing ritual led by Marla Durden and our ceremonial team to honor our journey as we gather together.
9:00 - 10:00am Opening Ceremonies We’ll begin the day at 9am with a ceremonial ritual, and close at the end of the day with a ritual led by Marla Durden and our ceremonial team to honor our journey as we gather together.
10:15 - Noon Two morning workshops to choose from Robin Maynard-Dobbs - Joyous body, Reconnect to Our Life Force Rev. Kelly Isola -Reclaiming the Visionista Heart
During your lunch hour, Noon - 1:00pm you can enjoy a visual presentation Hope Under Fire by Samia El-Moslimany on her journey to the Holy Land.
1:00 - 2:30pm A panel of WOW women will share their wisdom on this topic: Spring into Action ~ Birthing the Seeds of Change With Rev. Vernelle Nelson, Tara Skubella, Heidi Thompson and Rev. Judith Laxer This session will also include time for you to share in small groups with other women how you will emerge and till this garden of sacred purpose for yourself.
2:45 - 4:30pm Two afternoon workshops to choose from: Dr. Heather Taylor-Zimmerman - Tending the Seeds of Sacred Purpose Christine Gautreaux - Radical Self-Care to Sustain Community Care
4:45 - 6:00pm WOW presentation and Closing Cermonies