Creating a Culture of Peace
Interfaith: Creating a Culture of Peace
1 pm Friday, August 16 to 3 pm Sunday, August 18, 2013
Co-sponsored by Minnesota Fellowship of Reconciliation, MN (FOR) and Saint Paul Interfaith Network (SPIN)
Where: Hospitality Place Retreat Center, Circle Pines, MN.
Facilitators: Joan Haan (SPIN Planning Team) and and leadership coach
and Katherine Wojtan, Minnesota Peace Team organizer, trainer and nonprofit leader.
What is CCP?
Creating a Culture of Peace (CCP) is a nationwide program for community-based and spiritually-grounded active non-violence. The training explores dimensions of violence in our culture, resources for interpersonal nonviolence, dynamics of nonviolent social movements, perspectives on community building, and strategic action planning.
Interfaith-Creating a Culture of Peaceis for persons interested in exploring active nonviolence with persons from different religious traditions and spiritual communities, in a safe and friendly environment -- which includes free time and fellowship! Time will be set aside for individual and/or group meditation, prayer, readings or spiritual practice. Project planning is an essential component.
Cost is $250.00, including meals and a,, program expenses. Overnight lodging is available for up to nine participants. (Circle Pines is locates 20 minutes north of the Twin Cities.) Early registration is encouraged. Some scholarship assistance available.
Registration is limited to 18 participants representing diversity of religious traditions, ethnicity, age, gender and income. Registrationdeadline is July 31. For more information contact Joan Haan at email@example.com (651-645-7437) or Katherine Wojtan at firstname.lastname@example.org (612-483-6041).