WHAT ARE OUR STORIES OF WHAT'S WORKING
You're invited to help launch the Stone Soup Listening Tour which begins
in San Diego and continues across the southern USA . Please come!
This San Diego Stone Soup Gatheringis the first of an eighteen day,
13-city driving journey with Sharon Joy Kleitsch and Linda Sechrist, who are
eager to listen to what's happening in communities which already are working to
create a more sustainable future. The tour, which is about people, places and
projects gives Sharon Joy and Linda the opportunity to meet and listen to the
multi-cultural, green and sustainable stories from forward-looking people like
* What's working in your family, organization, neighborhood?
* How are you co-creating resilient communities?
* How do we, together, bring about a socially just, environmentally
sustainable and spiritually fulfilling human presence on Planet Earth?
Bring your open heart and mind to share your own experiences
San DiegoStone Soup Gathering
Tuesday, September 7, 2010, 6 to 8 pm
FirstUnitarian Universalist Church of San Diego in Hillcrest
4190 Front Street
San DiegoCA 92103
Directions http://www.firstuus andiego.org/
Suggested donation $5 - $10 to cover expenses (no one will be turned away)
This gathering is sponsored by the Social Justice Ministry of the First
Unitarian Universalist Church of San Diego. Alannah Sinclaire of Oaks & Acorns,
John P. Falchi of Plan of Action in a Changing
Era, and Raffi Aftandelian,
facilitator, are among those adding to the San Diego Stone Soup.
Linda Sechrist from South Carolina , a writer and editor for Natural
Awakenings Magazineand co-founder of Upstate Green Central Station, and Sharon
Joy Kleitsch from Florida , founder of The Connection Partners andblogger for
Creative Loafing newspaper's Green Community, recognized this as a gift to meet
wonderful people around the country who are living the new story.
Come and bring a story of hope for our common future. We look forward to
meeting you at this FIRST Stone Soup Listening Tour
Gathering! For more
information call [masked] or email mail@firstuusandieg o.org
Yours for a wonderful event,