Tag: spiritual but not religious

Join us for Self-Care Saturday at City Square Church. This is a contemplative, meditative, community mini-retreat for individuals identifying as women or non-binary to take a few hours for self-care. A $10 donation is recommended to cover the cost of a yoga instructor and Buddha bowl lunch. Activities will include coloring, yoga, and a time […]

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VIA CRUCIS-Phoenix is an art and contemplation walk recreating the 14 stations of the cross using art to creatively reimagine the Passion narrative for a contemporary context. Paintings, sculptures, performance and experiential artists will lead participants on a journey towards expanding their understanding of the Passion narrative. THIS EVENT IS FREE TO THE PUBLIC.

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Join us for Theology Pub on the second Sunday of every month at Angels Trumpet Alehouse, in downtown Phoenix, at 6 p.m. for great food, drinks, people and conversation. Each month we discuss a topic related to spirituality, theology and/or religion. Past topics have included the afterlife, spiritual practices, building community, and commitment. Theology pub […]

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One of the most interesting things about downtown and Central Phoenix is the practice of what’s called “adaptive reuse.” Arizona is one of our nation’s youngest states, meaning we don’t have a lot of old historic buildings. The ones we do have aren’t that historic by East Coast historic standards, but if something’s been around […]

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  Gather with folks for a time of singing and reflection on Sunday February 24th at the historic Icehouse, in downtown Phoenix, at 6 p.m. for our second Community & Contemplation service. Our musicians will lead us in singing “secular” songs with spiritual themes. In-between songs will be extended periods of silence. Participants may choose […]

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December 23rd, 2012 at 6 p.m. Angels Trumpet Ale House Topic: “Belief and Commitment in an Age of Skepticism and Irony” Join us for conversation about what it means to believe in something and to make commitments, in a time when it’s unpopular to do so. We’ll look at this issue from at least a […]

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