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An Arts & Spirituality Workshop with Rev. Rhetta Morgan.
Chant to deepen a meditative connection to yourself and others. Use your sound to access and assist healing. Imagine sound as a carrier wave for your heart’s healing. Sing to declare and exclaim what you are envisioning for yourself and the world. Create a sound picture of our futures. Experience the benefits of singing with intention in community. Come ready for joy, connection, and fun! Bring your curiosity and sense of adventure.
Singing together, we will:
- Model being a bridge across differences;
- Listen to each other deeply as we intermingle our voices, cultivating hopeful listening;
- Practice joyful singing as resistance.
We sing to:
Ground, calm, meditate
Rouse, agitate, ignite
Connect, affirm community, build movements
We use our voices for spiritual practice.
Toning and chanting extend ritual space into the continuous now.
We sing each other well.
We sing each other whole,
in our meta-song/medicine song.
Reverend Rhetta Morgan is a singing healer, spiritual activist, and interfaith minister. She works at the intersections of spirituality, activism, and creativity, intending to work towards and live into a more just world. An international professional singer for many years before she became an ordained interfaith minister at One Spirit Interfaith Seminary in NY in 2009, Rev. Rhetta founded: Ecclesia Spirit (an inclusive, interfaith spiritual community), the While We Wait Project (which provides spiritual and emotional support to loved ones of incarcerated individuals), and the Choir for Climate Change (a choir for activists at every level of organizing and vocal capabilities). Very active in the Philadelphia area, Rev. Rhetta uses music she writes and sings to inspire and heal. Some of her most meaningful work is in mentoring and counseling activist leaders.
We repair broken household items for FREE!
Have fun working with a volunteer to repair your broken item. Learn how to do it yourself, help someone else fix their item, or just join us for fun.
Most items are welcome, including mendable clothing, lamps, small appliances, computers and other electronics, bikes, toys, and knife sharpening. If your item needs a new part, please bring it with you.
The world is interdependently co-arising – our personal and local well-being is inextricably interwoven with everyone’s everywhere. We are all global citizens who long for happiness, wellness, and beloved belonging. How can we weave our “single garment of destiny” into the lives we want to live and the world we want to live in?
- Global citizenship – the rights and responsibilities for every sentient being to thrive;
- The primal pulse of God – using the lens of metaphysics, the science of being and causality, to reveal how beloved community is sourced by a life pulse that’s unique in each and common to all, “that of God in everyone;”
- Alchemy – the role of consciousness in causing a compassionate and just world; and
- Social transformation – raising commons consciousness.
Dr. Joni Carley, author of The Alchemy of Power, applies her expertise in values-driven leadership and cultural development with the private sector and at the United Nations, where her activities include Vice Chair of the Coalition for Global Citizenship 2030, and Advisor and Senior Fellow at Nonviolence International New York. Her consulting, speaking, research, writing, and facilitation reflect her doctorate in “The Reinvention of Work,” certifications in coaching and cultural consulting, ordainment in inter-spiritual ministry, and her path-of-many-paths journey around the globe exploring keys to human potential and cultural transformation.
Join with Earth Quaker Action Team (EQAT) on the first Tuesday of every month at 6:30pm.
After five years of action by Earth Quaker Action Team, PNC announced today a shift in its policy that will effectively cease its financing of mountaintop removal coal mining in Appalachia.
Together we have shifted the policy of the seventh largest U.S. bank! This marks a major turnaround for PNC, who for years refused to budge on this issue. After more than 125 actions, their desire to continue business as usual proved no match for EQAT and our allies.
As more and more banks stop financing mountaintop removal, we expect it to become increasingly difficult over the next few years for mountaintop removal coal companies to secure financing for their destructive operations. So, join us in thanking the people of Appalachia who continue to inspire us and take bold action.
Celebrate and share this news widely. Together we have shown that strategic nonviolent direct action makes a difference. EQAT will continue to keep an eye on PNC to be sure that it follows through with this policy change. We will be looking forward to the next campaign.
Paul Hawken is an environmentalist, entrepreneur, journalist, and author. Starting at age 20, he dedicated his life to sustainability and changing the relationship between business and the environment. His practice has included starting and running ecological businesses, writing and teaching about the impact of commerce on living systems, and consulting with governments and corporations on economic development, industrial ecology, and environmental policy.
He is the organizer of Project Drawdown, a comprehensive research project into climate solutions, and principal author of the book, Drawdown: The Most Comprehensive Plan Ever Proposed to Reverse Global Warming.
MAC Music Series
The Steering Group is the governing body of Transition Town Media. Comprised of representatives of each of the current Working Groups, the officers of TTM, and any other interested and committed members of TTM, this body meets once a month on 2nd Mondays to discuss current projects and initiatives and makes decisions regarding future activities.
Everyone is welcome to attend these meetings and contribute to the discussions. We value your ideas and input.
HeadRoom is closed after 5pm. Ring the doorbell and someone will buzz you in.
We come together on a regular basis as a community dedicated to finding our way as the old world dies and a new world is born. As we deepen and enrich our connections with each other, we feel supported to do the important work of inner transition. We examine our attitudes, beliefs and assumptions. We share our struggles, fears, anger and grief as well as our joys and successes.
In the words of Joanna Macy, We are all involved in a huge, absolutely necessary transition from the Industrial Growth Society to a Life-Sustaining Society. It is an enormous privilege to be alive at this time and to be playing a part in this transition. It will bring forth our strength, creativity and courage. The choices and decisions we make now will determine if there will be a future for our children and grandchildren. We’re all in this together. Don’t go into isolation. We need to look into each other’s eyes and hold each other’s hands.
We are currently reading Charles Eisenstein’s book, The More Beautiful World Our Hearts Know is Possible. Come join us! TTM’s Inner Transition Group meets at 7 PM on the third Thursday of each month. Contact Marion at info@TransitionTownMedia.org for location.