Spiritual Ecology Retreat and Leadership Program: Initiatives of Change Australia

From February 14, 2019 09:30 until February 17, 2019 17:00

Spiritual Ecology Retreat and Leadership Program: Initiatives of Change Australia

The Initiatives of Change Australia invites you to the following two programs:

Spiritual Ecology Retreat in the Otway Ranges

Date: Thursday 14 February to Sunday 17 February 2019
Where: Otway Ranges 
Cost: Accomodation fees apply | Open to all. Limited places
Register your interest here. | Open to 18-35 year olds with a faith or spiritual practice and are passionate about ecology and environment.

Spiritual Ecology Leadership Program

Begins with the retreat and consists of 4 workshops and a public presentation and forum
Date: February to August 2019
Venue: IofC and CERES
Cost: Offered by gift - Pay as you wish
10 funded places available
Register your interest here.

The Spiritual Ecology Leadership Program is an initiative of CERES Community Environment Park in partnership with IofC and will be running from February to August 2019. It is funded by the Victorian Government Community Harmony Program.

The aim of the program is to increase inter-community and inter-religious understanding by bringing together young people from different faith backgrounds who share the common link of caring for the environment. Beginning with a 4 day retreat in the Otways, the program is aimed at young people between the ages of 18-35 with a faith or spiritual practice who are passionate about ecology and environment. Post retreat the program will consist of four full-day workshops with mentor support to develop community action, finishing with a public presentation and community dialogue. There are 10 supported places for this program.

Applications are now open! Please spread the word or register your interest soon.

If you can't participate in the Leadership Program you are still welcome to apply to attend the 4 day Spiritual Ecology Retreat in the Otway Ranges.The retreat will introduce participants to the field of spiritual ecology and ways of cultivating personal and social resilience through reverence for nature. Some costs apply for accommodation. It is open to all.

Closely aligned with IofC, Spiritual Ecology is a response to the urgent need to build peace with Earth, our common home. It explores the integration of spiritual values with practical action to sow the seeds for a more positive future.

More information about the retreat and the program is available at ceres.org.au/spiritualecology

 


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