Conscious Antiracism: Building A Framework For Repair

With guidance from Rev. Ogun Holder, we’ll explore 8 practices for each of us to individually and collectively embrace in order to begin building a safe container for the challenging work of creating an antiracist culture.

Rev. Ogun Holder is an ordained Unity Minister, a certified Spiritual Coach and Enneagram teacher, and he is the co-founder of project_SANCTUS –  a safe, brave, online space to discover and be our Holiest self, and in so doing, together, create a world of equanimity, justice and love for all.

His many titles over the years include speaker, teacher, author, podcaster, blogger, musician, parent, social media consultant, and self-proclaimed geek. His first full-length book, Rants To Revelations: Unabashedly Honest Reflections on Life, Spirituality, and the Meaning of God was published by Unity Books in 2012. He currently authors the “Love and Justice for All” column for Unity Magazine.

Learn more at projectsanctus.com and revogunholder.com

This workshop can be taken for 2 Diversity CEU credits.

Spiral Dynamics: Transcending Transformational Tension

Rev. Pat Veenema, M.Div. is a dynamic minister and facilitator. She is adjunct faculty at Unity Worldwide Spiritual Institute. Rev Pat earned an M.Div. and was ordained at Unity Institute & Seminary in 2012. She served as senior minister in the Asheville, NC area for a while before founding New Vista Learning Center, an online classroom for Unity SEE education. As a professional teacher, she invites students to participate, process, and apply. She likes to remind us: “Transformation takes more than a couple of Sunday sermons per month.”  www.newvistalearningcenter.com

This workshop can be taken for 3.5 General CEU credits.

Ethics as Reverence for Life

Widely known in New Thought, Rev. Dr. Martha Creek’s trainings approach deep inner work as an adventure with a sense of curiosity and wonder. A master of the art of right questioning, she calls forth the most stubborn and self-defeating patterns to create a new way of being, literally. Ordained in Religious Science and Divine Science, Martha has served as Great Lakes Unity Consultant, and is a member of Unity Institute faculty. She has attended Emerson Theological Seminary (Masters and Doctorate), Byron Katie School for The Work, and Hoffman Institute. She is a Healthy Congregations Facilitator and Trainer. See more at www.marthacreek.com

This workshop can be taken for 1.5 Ethics CEU credits.