An Introduction to Eco-Spirituality

Dec 08, 2014 No Comments

Mondays 7-8:30 pm
Apr 13, 20, and 27, 2015
at The Well Spirituality Center
1515 West Ogden Avenue, LaGrange Park, IL
Facilitator: Carol Hohle

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Explore timely topics about the environment:

1. Right-sizing ourselves within our environment –learning how to think differently
2. Envisioning a new life –beholding what the future can be
3. Calling for the new day – praying for moral courage and leadership

Join with other thinkers and explore the subject of eco-spirituality. Dip into the writings of environmental theologians & social scientists to expand your understanding of the ecological challenges creation faces today. Together we’ll sharpen our spiritual perspectives as we discuss passages (or podcast content) from Jewish, Buddhist, Christian and other traditions. Among others, the syllabus includes the writings of Joanna Macy, Bill McKibben, Sallie McFague, James Gustave Speth, Thomas Berry and Mary Evelyn Tucker.

Cost: $60.  Register at

Carol Hohle is an educator, environmentalist & spiritual activist. She is a graduate of Andover Newton Theological School where her studies focused on the integration on faith, health, ecology and spirituality. Creating an environmentally sustainable, spiritually fulfilling and socially just human presence on this planet is Carol’s passion. She is the founder of and speaks, leads workshops & retreats on the subject of spiritual practices and eco-spirituality.

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