Matthew Fox World-Renowned Theologian and Author A Spirituality for the 21st Century: Becoming Transformative Agents of Wholeness

Friday April 10 and Saturday April 11, 2015
St Stephens Episcopal Church
1344 Nipomo Street ~ San Luis Obispo, CA 93401
The modern age developed knowledge but at the expense of wisdom. The result has been ecological disaster,
destitution for the indigenous peoples everywhere, loneliness and a loss of meaning and shared values in our lives.
Religions have too often promoted an exclusivism which has rent the human family apart and separated us from what unites us.. We need a spirituality which brings wisdom back to our relationship with nature, to our work, to our educational systems, to “all our relations.” One that speaks to the “aching hearts” of the younger generation.
In the Friday evening lecture Matthew Fox will explore how Creation Spirituality can help us move to hope by
awakening us to our divine origins, to the new creation story from science, to eco-justice and gender justice, to the wisdom shared in faith traditions of East and West and of indigenous peoples everywhere.
In the Saturday workshop we will continue this exploration through dance and through reflections on the Cosmic Christ and also the awakening of the Divine Feminine and the Sacred Masculine and how we can unleash the creativity that leads to sustainability.. A new balance of Yin and Yang, Feminine and Masculine, is needed. In these ways we can be transformative agents of healing and wholeness in the 21st Century.
Join Us for a weekend of exploration;
April 10: Friday Night Lecture, Q&A and Book Signing 6-8:30 $25
April 11: Saturday Workshop 10-1 $40
Contact Deborah Heartwood, Event Coordinator, for more details
Please mail a registration with your name, address, email, and phone number
along with your check payable to: St Stephens Episcopal Church c/o Fox
1344 Nipomo Street, San Luis Obispo, CA 93401
Tickets will be held at the door for you, or you can purchase tickets at the day of the event on availability.
Student Discount Prices: Friday Night Lecture $10 Saturday Workshop $15
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