COMMUNITY COLLECTION

April’s Anti-Racism Reading Group Invitation
Join us for a profound Zoom session on Monday, 15th April, from 7:15 - 8:45, hosted by Sarah MacDonald, as we delve into the crucial and ongoing journey of anti-racism. This session, integral to the OneSpirit community, is designed to foster a supportive environment where ministers and students can explore, understand, and challenge the pervasive issues of racism. The upcoming meeting focuses on the deep-seated impact of racism on our spiritual connections, communal relationships, and highest aspirations, emphasising a trauma-informed approach to undoing systemic racism.
Anti Racism Reading Group Notes
In their gathering on 12th February 2024, the Anti-Racism Reading Group led by Chloe Greenwood, Una Devine, Sarah MacDonald, and Sue Cockerill met to confront and address their embedded racist patterns. The group sought to use self-awareness tools to understand how societal racism influenced their views subconsciously. They aimed to uncover, understand, and overcome their own internal barriers of racism, enhancing their connection with themselves, the divine and each other.
Interfaith Dialogue and its Role in Cultivating Peace and Spiritual Enrichment
Explore the power of interfaith dialogue in nurturing peace, unity, and spiritual growth. Delve into the importance of engaging in diverse faith conversations and learn practical tips for meaningful exchanges. Embark on a journey to uncover common ground, promote harmony, and broaden your spiritual horizons while celebrating interconnectedness and understanding.
Mindfulness – A Path to Inner Peace and Spirituality
In this blog, we delve into the fascinating world of mindfulness, its profound implications on our mental well-being and its intrinsic connection to spirituality. The post demystifies what mindfulness entails, its significance in today's fast-paced life, and how it beautifully intertwines with spirituality. Further, it lays down a few methodologies to incorporate mindfulness into everyday life. This article serves as an invitation to embark on a journey of self-awareness, inner peace and spiritual enlightenment through the powerful tool of mindfulness.

Enrolment is Officially Open!

Enrolment for OneSpirit’s Spiritual Development and Ministry Training program is open. With over 25 years of experience, it nurtures spiritual growth and leadership, fostering global consciousness, compassion, and interconnectedness in an evolving world.

April's Anti-Racism Reading Group

Join the Anti-Racism Reading Group on April 15th, 7:15 PM! Dive into works by Resmaa Menakem, Jackie Kay, and Audrey Lorde, exploring the sacred work of undoing racism. All ministers and students are welcome.

Resourcing from Myth…

OneSpirit Minister & Tutor Tim Ralphs presents an exploration of the power of myths and storytelling. It shares a poignant story of a man connecting his grief to a mythic tale. The post discusses the timeless impact of myths, their potential therapeutic value, and self-exploration.

An Invitation: Anti-Racism Reading Group

The OneSpirit Anti-Racism Reading Group invites individuals to explore race issues in their preferred way and share insights. Participants can potentially study, for example, ‘The Colour Purple’, do embodied exercises on racial trauma, or explore Hughes and Lourdes’s works.

OneSpirit’s Community Development Lead

OneSpirit seeks a Community Development Lead passionate about weaving together its diverse community. The role focuses on building connections, fostering innovation, and driving exciting projects within the expansive
OneSpirit community.

Sacred Activism: Living Non-Violence

OneSpirit offers a 5-week online course promoting peaceful power and Sacred Activism. Guided by Sarah MacDonald, participants explore structures of violence, non-violence as sacred activism, inner peace, and environmental consciousness – a transformative journey.

Join Us on a Journey Through Our Training

OneSpirit offers a unique spiritual development and ministry training curriculum. Catering to diverse learning styles, it provides a space for personal growth and self-discovery. With online and in-person options, it culminates in ordination as an interfaith minister in 2025.

Crafting Connections: The ROSIM Campaign

The ROSIM campaign celebrates being recognised by HMRC as a professional body. Members can now claim subscription fees as tax-deductible, affirming ROSIM’s value and enhancing its standing among professionals. Dive into this post to learn more about ROSIM.

Anti Racism Reading Group Notes

The Anti-Racism Reading Group focuses on identifying and undoing personal racism patterns via self-reflection, acknowledging these as barriers to spiritual connections. It’s part of a deeper spiritual journey toward unity with oneself, others, and the divine.