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Creating a Listening Community (In Person and Online)

Creating a Listening Community (In Person and Online)

Sarah-Elizabeth Anderson and The Worship Team

A former UUCM member returns to share her wisdom about Restorative Circles, a UU congregation-tested way to restore relationships, build community, and address conflict. It is a community-based conflict resolution process using reflective listening to create understanding. Join us to hear stories of how Restorative Circles bring community together to discover the interdependence we have with one another. It’s a place to hold space for people to speak, be heard, and understood. This results in a deeper connection and empathy for each other. How might this process help us to be more connected? Join us for a holy conversation that will leave you feeling blessed.

GUEST SPEAKER BIO: Sarah-Elizabeth Anderson’s life is focused on creating harmony, peace, and beauty within individuals and communities. Sarah-Elizabeth is a Facilitator of Restorative Circles and former Chair of the Restorative Circles Facilitator Team at the UU Church of Concord, NH. She has led workshops at UUA General Assembly and she leads Restorative Circles Trainings for communities here and abroad.

The theme for the month of April is The Gift of Interdependence.

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