"Community is the most neglected and probably the most difficult ingredient for us to hold to in the U.S. context. And for the most obvious of reasons - we have come to worship at the altar of independence, individualism and autonomy. As much as there is a deep hunger for connection, common purpose, and kindred hearts, there is a merciless, deep-rooted entrenchment in the forces of competition, freed an dself-rule." ~ Father Richard Rohr,
For program dates, click here: CALENDARBalancing-Class A six-week program for consciously making life choices
BookShareCircle Bring a book or several!
Christian Women Mini-retreats connecting you with God in unique ways
Circling Class Ten-week program written by Jan Phillips for using creativity in your daily choices
Drum Circle We have drums, but bring your own if you have one!
Let It Go Releasing emotional and physical clutter into the winds
Men's Group Men only, learning from one another about life, faith and building community
Prayer Workshop Dissect famous prayers, create your own new prayer for daily use, learn new ways to pray
Sacred Connections Sunday morning gatherings
Supper and Soul with a Side of Solidarity Centering for LGBTQ+ community
Vision Board Creation Manage the rest of your life with laser-beam focus
The Calm in the Chaos labyrinth is open to the public for walking meditation. A labyrinth gives us the opportunity to quiet the mind and allow Spirit to speak to us. Our feet always know where to step next - there is no chance of a mistake as with a maze. When you get to the center, pause with George the Grateful, a metal sculpture created by artist John Archer. When you are ready, spiral your way back out of the labyrinth, coming into the world again, renewed, relaxed, whole again. Most people walk in silence so with music playing privately with earbuds. When you come to walk, please leave a text or voice message that you are on the property. 585.494.1795
Calm in the Chaos Interfaith Center email@example.com 6590 Lake Road South, Brockport, NY 14420