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Exploring the Spiritual Will: From Its Origins to Our Own

Exploring the Spiritual Will: From Its Origins to Our Own

Sunday, June 14

4:00pm-6:00pm PDT

This is a digital event. You should receive information in your ticket or from the host about how to join online.

In this intergenerational workshop, we'll explore established traditions for recording and passing on non-material assets and create new approaches to share and preserve the story of our lives.

In this 2-hour virtual workshop, we will take a deeper dive into the religious and spiritual contexts with stories from interfaith panelists. We will also do some of our own writing and sharing, connecting our personal values and stories and imagining how we might want to pass them on.

This event is a follow-up to our first Spiritual Will-Writing workshop, organized with NAVEL's Queering Death assembly. This workshop is designed to welcome all people – whether you attended last time or are joining us for the first time.

Sunday, June 14, 4-6pm PDT

This workshop is sponsored by Abrahamic House – a multi-faith co-living, co-learning, and co-creating space based in Los Angeles. The mission of the Abrahamic House is to challenge and transform assumptions, prejudices, and inequities, then inspire and mobilize others to do the same. Abrahamic House serves as a personal and professional home to Muslim, Jewish, Christian and Baha’i emerging leaders. The four fellows design and facilitate monthly engagement programs and events together.

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Facilitator: Ari Simon(-ofsky) runs Inner & Outer Engagement, a practice of community engagement, facilitation, and coaching. Ari currently leads engagement for the City of West Hollywood's Climate Action Plan, provides facilitation for organizations, coaches one-on-one clients, and leads a bimonthly men’s consciousness-raising group as well as NAVEL's Queering Death assembly. Through writing, drawing, map-making, workshops, and more, Ari explores topics such as civic engagement, the public realm, environmental justice and just transition, personal geographies, queerness, and death. Ari resides in Los Angeles and Idyllwild, CA.

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Type:

Advance Care Planning Health/Wellness Interactive Ritual Lecture/Panel/Conversation Spirituality Workshop