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Sacred Earth Community: A Spiritual Narrative

Hear YES! co-founder David Korten, along with Barbara Marx Hubbard, Acharya Judith Lief, Rabbi Arthur Waskow and The Rev. Richard Ciz, examine the impact of sacred stories on our ability to live in relationship with one another and nature as a peaceful, creative, just and sustainable Earth community.

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When

02:00 PM 04:00 PM Jun 23, 2013

Where

Live Webcast

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Trinity Wall Street is hosting an interfaith panel and conversation with prominent religious, spiritual and social leaders, authors and activists to explore economic and environmental sustainability in the context of a unifying sacred Earth spiritual narrative.

To participate in the Sacred Earth Community, all you need are a web-connected computer, projector and speakers. The sponsors will provide a discussion guide and videos to prepare your group to participate and move forward after the conversation. Partner sites will be invited to submit questions and comments to the panel during the webcast. 

While participation in the web
cast is free, registration is required.


To register as a host of a group viewing, send an email with the subject line “Sacred Earth Partner” to SacredEarth@trinitywallstreet.org that contains your coordinator’s name, the name of the sponsoring institution or group (if any), your location and your contact information.

To register as an individual participant, in person or online, send an email with the subject line “Attending Sacred Earth” to SacredEarth@trinitywallstreet.org and indicate whether you'll be joining in person at Trinity Church or online. You will receive the link to the webcast.

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