SIXTEENTH ANNUAL World Sabbath of Religious Reconciliation
Sunday, January 25, 2015
Service 4:00 - 5:30 pm
Afterglow to follow
An Interfaith Experience of
Music, Dance and Prayer:
Seeking to build a world of tolerance,
justice, faithfulness, and peace.
Adat Shalom Synagogue
29901 Middlebelt Rd., Farmington Hills, MI
For answers to your questions and find out how youth from your house of worship can be involved - or if you
are a clergy or a Religious Leader planning to attend, please visit: www.worldsabbath.org or contact
Gail Katz, World Sabbath Chair: email@example.com 248-978-6664
Save the Date!
Celebrate our "children of peace" and
the religious diversity of metro Detroit!
Pictured: Robert Bruttell
Important Refuse Collection Announcement from the City of Detroit - collections are for residents only, not businesses or large apartment buildings. (Click above image for announcement.)
ANNOUNCING THE DETROIT ENVIRONMENTAL AGENDA (DEA)
Dear Detroit Bioneers:
GLBD is pleased to share with you the fruit of one of our collaborative efforts during the past two years. The Detroit Environmental Agenda is the result of the work of 10 organizations. GLBD is one of these organizations. Please take time to access the agenda by following the message and links included below.
Also take time to check out the 2013 Voter Guide. Learn how the candidates in your district as well as mayoral candidates responded. I trust that you will find these two documents (DEA and Voter Guide) useful tools to support your work. The message below is jointly being disseminated by all 10 organizations this week.
Please feel free to share the DEA and Voter Guide with your colleagues and among your collaborators.
Grateful for your ongoing support,
Claire Maitre of Chrysalis Transitions invites you to attend...
How to Face the Mess We're In Without Going Crazy
"Don't just read the book. Experience it." -a participant
What: A facilitated workshop that will include Discussion, Ritual & Group Exercises from the extensive work of Dr. Joanna Macy and Dr. Chris Johnstone
When: Six Wednesday Evenings 7-9 PM
January 21, 28
February 4, 11, 18, 25
Where: Sunward Cohousing, Common House, 424 Little Lake Drive, Ann Arbor, MI 48103
Register: Contact Claire: 248-613-8803 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Space is limited to 14 people.
"Claire's warm, clear and compassionate facilitation invite participation and hope that we can and do make a difference in our world, that all of us matter
and that we do not have to, nor is it expected, that we do this work alone."
Donations of $80-$120 help pay expenses and support this offering.
Please inquire if financial assistance is needed.
Rocket Stove - his is an easy-to-build and efficient little stove for cooking outdoors!
Constructed of bricks and some metal stove pipe with purlite or ash insulation between,
this is a really fast way to turn the heat from sticks into a fire that is ready to go instantly.
You can find out more at the Strawbale Studio strawbalestudio.org
Workshops on Rocket Stove & Fire devices: Nov 8 & 9. 2014 and Jan 24 & 25, 2015.
If there is interest, a workshop can be scheduled to construct this stove on site or another location.
Coordinator/Teacher at Strawbale Studio outside Oxford, MI, just 1 hr north of Detroit.
248 628 1887 email@example.com strawbalestudio.org.
Classes, internships, potlucks & more.
YOUR BIONEERS RADIO FEATURING GLBD'S GLORIA RIVERA
Shapeshifting Detroit: Overcoming Drive-By Economics
Malik Kenyatta Yakini, Lottie Spady, and Sister Gloria Rivera
The citizens of Detroit are challenging the failed policies that have long favored corporate wealth over the well being of city residents. Leading change-makers Malik Kenyatta Yakini, Lottie Spady and Sister Gloria Rivera are seeding community resilience with one of the most robust urban agricultural movements in the U.S., while contradicting the manipulative media narratives that justify oppression. Listen to the program