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Wellbeing Wednesday is a program that offers community caregivers (clergy, chaplains, social workers, hospice volunteers, etc,) and change-makers (nonprofit staff, community activists, innovators, etc.) respite, renewal, and replenishment, and encourages integrative health and wellbeing among participants.

Relieve yourself of technology and the problems of the world and let us care for you. Participate in free community yoga, meditation, dancing, and art, or schedule private healing touch, reiki, or tarot sessions. If you want to participate in community dancing, please bring your headphones and favorite playlist.

Come when you are able and stay as long as you like.Walk-in and scheduled appointments for reiki, healing touch, cranial sacral, and tarot available: https://tinyurl.com/wellbeingwednesdays

The Challenges and Opportunities of the Church Universal: What Can Seminaries and Conferences Do for the Future of the United Church of Christ? Join General Minister and President of the United Church of Christ, John Dorhauer for a provocative evening of reflection and discussion on November 15, from 7:00-9:00 PM. John will be joined by Shari Prestemon, Conference Minister of Minnesota Conference United Church of Christ, and Lew Zeidner, President of United Theological Seminary in a moderated conversation. Seating is limited, registration information can be found at this link.

Join the Social Transformation faculty? Gary Green and Justin Sabia-Tanis? for a fun look at popular culture and the ways its creators are making a statement about our society. Each month, we?ll watch something entertaining and engage in brief conversation about it. Feel free to bring your lunch.

United and Kaleo invite you to reflect on spiritual and theological themes in the midst of the political and social crisis facing our country during this impeachment process.

  • What values and ideals do we hold sacred in this time?
  • As spiritual leaders, how do we talk, preach and teach about impeachment with our communities?
  • What is the focus of our prayers and meditations?

A diverse panel of theologians and spiritual leaders from multiple traditions will offer brief thoughts on these questions and then open it up for breakout discussions.

Register here.