TimeBank Youth Court Dinner and Discussion at Holy Wisdom Monastery
Holy Wisdom Monastery4200 County Road M
The Connection between Politics and Spirituality
Holy Wisdom Monastery is hosting a series of programs designed to explore the interface between politics and the spiritual convictions that undergird our commitment to peace, justice and equality. Regardless of whether or not we identify ourselves with a particular religious tradition, being a person of faith in today’s politically divisive climate means honoring our responsibilities to one another, the environment, our country and our world. Come for one or more sessions.
Each program will begin with prayer and dinner, followed by speakers, resource sharing and opportunities for dialogue and discussion. The programs will promote an understanding of why the most important role in our government—as former President Obama pointed out—is the role of Citizen.
October 30, 2018
Restorative Justice & Youth Court/Dane County TimeBank
Stephanie Rearick is founder and former co-director of the Dane County TimeBank, founder and steward of Mutual Aid Networks, and co-owner of Mother Fool’s Coffeehouse. She also works as a musician.
Stephanie, along with Alexis Gardner and Aaron Blake from the Dane County TimeBank Youth Court staff will give a history of the TimeBank and the Youth Court process.
$35 includes dinner and program
4:30 pm – Prayer, open to all (optional)
5:15 pm – Dinner
6:00 pm – Presentations
7:00 pm – Discussion and dialogue
Online registration - https://benedictinewomen.org/sacred-citizenship-reg/
Register by October 23, 2018.
Sessions are non-refundable, but transferable.