- What archetypes rising today allow us to access the Sacred?
- What Names for the Divine can most readily stir us at this time in history to wake up, let go, give birth, and work generously, diligently, courageously for the survival of our species and of our planet?
- What links the wisdom of the young to the wisdom of the old and of our ancestors, while opening the heart and mind to serve future generations with joy and steadfastness?
- What archetypes most empower us to move from lack of energy to effective caring and action? From despair or cynicism to hope-filled service?
Explore these questions and others with Matthew Fox in this workshop based on his book: Naming the Unnameable: 89 Wonderful and Useful Names for God...Including the Unnameable God.
He will also speak at 9:30 and 11:30 am services on Intergenerational Wisdom, Elders, Youth and the Future of Our Planet.
Matthew Fox (www.MatthewFox.org) is a spiritual theologian, an Episcopal priest and an activist for gender justice and eco-justice. He has written 37 books that have been translated into other languages over 70 times. He conducts dozens of workshops each year, founded the University of Creation Spirituality, located in Oakland for many years, and most recently has been working with young people to reinvent forms of worship such as the Cosmic Mass.
Admission $25 for the workshop (no one turned away for lack of funds). Pay in advance (cash, check, credit) at the bookstore, at the door (cash, check), or using the link below.