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We ask that meetings respond to the survey by May 1st so the committee can reflect on responses during IMYM 2018.
- Dates: Begins around 4 p.m. Friday, April 27, and ends after lunch on Sunday, April 29. (You can come for whatever portion your schedule allows.)
- Location: Highlands Presbyterian Camp and Retreat Center near Allenspark, about an hour’s drive west of Boulder.
- Theme: Playing with Spirit and the Arts
- Queries: When times are hard, what types of creativity help you find your quiet center? What kind of art do you enjoy doing for the pleasure and renewal the creative process gives you? Describe a time when being creative especially renewed you. What spiritual practices help you in good times and/or in hard times? When has a particular practice helped you in a really strong way? Describe a technique that especially helped you heal from or stay strong during a time of stress.
- Contact: Gail Hoffman, registrar, 303-989-6454 evenings and weekends, firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Interfaith March for Peace & Justice is a national event that will be held on April 29, 2018 and begin simultaneously in cities and towns across the country. Initiated by the Safe Alliance for Interfaith Leaders and co-sponsored (on the local level) by the North Columbus Friends Meeting, this event has garnered interest across the country; sister marches are in the early stages of planning in over a dozen cities at this time. We would like to invite Friends who are interested to consider bringing this event to their communities.
The evaluation reports of the 2017 IMYM Annual Gathering are available. (August 25)