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Wed, Mar 13

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Trinity Cathedral Portland

Weds Class: Life Mapping

Life Mapping is a creative approach to spiritual discernment that integrates mind, body, and spirit. This five-session workshop is designed for anyone interested in exploring their spiritual journey in a supportive setting. (In person only)

Weds Class: Life Mapping
Weds Class: Life Mapping

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Mar 13, 2024, 7:00 PM – 8:30 PM

Trinity Cathedral Portland

About the Event

Register in advance: https://onrealm.org/TrinityEpiscopalpdx/PublicRegistrations/Event?linkString=YWI5NmU2MDctNTRkNS00NTFjLWFlZjUtYjEwNzAwMjBkNTMz

(In person only; limit 8 participants; Led by Stephen Schneider) Life Mapping is a creative approach to spiritual discernment that integrates mind, body, and spirit. This five-session workshop is designed for anyone interested in exploring their spiritual journey in a supportive setting.

The workshop centers on the creation of personal maps, representing times of heightened spiritual awareness and the places where these experiences have occurred. By tracing the sequence of spiritually significant moments in our lives, we can better chart the current and future shape of our spiritual exploration & development.

Each session will include a brief reflection on a sacred text, a presentation and discussion of key ideas in Life Mapping, and a mapmaking experience. The workshop will also include reading assignments and activities for participants to complete between the workshop sessions. Sessions are cumulative; participants should plan to attend all five.

About the presenter: Stephen V. Schneider has been a community organizer, an urban educator, and for over thirty years an Episcopal priest serving congregations in the Portland, Oregon area. From 1994-2014 he was the Rector of Grace Memorial Episcopal Church in Portland.An honorary trustee and former Board President of Pioneer Courthouse Square, known as Portland’s Living Room, Stephen has also served on a number of community boards.

Prior to his ordination in 1989 he was Associate Director of Ecumenical Ministries of Oregon and Director of the Center for Urban Education (CUE).

He has an extensive history as a planning consultant and workshop leader with congregations and non-profit organizations in the Northwest United States and Canada. He has a special interest in the creative use of public spaces to build community and was involved with the former Placemaking Leadership Council of the Project for Public Spaces.

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