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Groups

Seeking Shelter Solutions

homeless shelter

A new group (arising from the Man in the Dog Park meetings) will be meeting to discuss issues regarding homelessness.

 

The group will meet on the 1st and 3rd Thursday of each month.

 

The goal for the group is to educate and take actions related to relieving problems of the unhoused in our local community. Various members are reaching

out to government and other groups with the hope of organizing

future actions/projects.

 

This group will meet next on 4/18/2024 at 1:00 pm in Room 50.

Group of people laughing

 

April 17 - May 29th

 Patio 50

 5:30 PM

The Front Porch

 

Unearth the rich tapestry of our stories. Step onto the front  porch where tales unfold revealing the essence of our lives.

 

For six weeks The Front Porch invites you to share, listen and connect through the narratives that have shaped our lives.

 All ages welcome!

 

Centering Prayer Group 
 

Wednesdays
4:30PM-5:30PM
in the St. Claire Room in the Community Center

 

Join us for a time of contemplation and a personal en-riching experience.


For more information contact:
Shar Aslaksen: saslaksen@stfrancisumc.org

Candles for Centering Prayer
two people on a sunset stroll

Sunset Strolls

Join Anita Fonte and others as they meet to practice "purposeless and (gentle) walking." This is a Blue Zones practice.

Every Other Wednesday starting February 21st

Pecan Grove at Ft. Lowell Park

2900 N. Craycroft Ave. Tucson, AZ

5:15 PM - 6:00 PM.

 

 

For more information contact: Anita Fonte

520.331.5582 or acfonte@aol.com

Soul Connection

How is it with your soul?

Share with us!

 

Casual, thought provoking and mostly fun. Once a week, a group gets together to tell it like it really is... sharing our thoughts and inspirations or, yes it happens, if we've had a really bad day.

 

The rules are simple: Listen, not to problem solve or do therapy, Really hear each other, All sharing is confidential. We'd love for you to join us! 

 

4:00 PM

on Zoom

Every Monday

Two Hands Bumping

password:

chooselove

Wednesdays

2:00 PM

in Ravenscroft Hall

Fun & Games

Play has been proven to be very beneficial to our minds and overall health. It can release endorphins, improve brain functionality and stimulate creativity.

It can even help to keep us feeling younger and energetic. Studies show that play improves memory and stimulates the growth of the cerebral cortex!

AND IT'S FUN!!

Members playing board games

Join us every Wednesday to release those endorphins by playing board games, carrying on good conversation, all while enjoying goodies.

A child laughing

Laughter Yoga

It's Fun, Funny & Free!

Reduces pain and stress

Eases depressive and anxiety symptoms

Promotes overall sense of positive well-being

Jana Zeff Martin and Loti Gest
Certified Laughter Yoga Leaders

520-449-0213

Tuesdays at

5PM  Room 50 


 

Joy and Wisdom
Discussion Group

password:

love

gently-down-this-dream

1st & 3rd Fridays

of each month

1:00 PM

on Zoom.

 

We discuss many different topics, from books by progressive Christian authors to DVD programs and much more.

Newcomers are always welcome!

Read More About Us

women practicing yoga

Divine Journey Yoga

Divine Journey Yoga logo

Mondays

11:00 AM in the

Community Center

Enjoy a balanced, gentle practice of both Hatha and Yin styles of yoga. Geared toward bodies of all ages and abilities, Trish provides options for all levels of yoga student and for those with specific physical limitations. Yoga is for everyone. Start right where you are!

For information on classes and fees, contact, contact Trish at Trish@divinejourneyyoga.com

Sophia's Circle Women's Breakfast

Sophia's Circle weekly group

Last Sunday of the month 10:45 AM in Ravenscroft Hall

 

For more information,

contact 520-299-9063.

Congregation Kol Simchah
The Voice of Joy in Tucson

Congregation Kol Simchah is a Jewish family that celebrates the gift of life by reaching out to the Divine, our fellow human beings, and the delicate web of life in the world of nature. Our Jewish identity begins with each unique individual, and we build a better world together through prayer, study, observance and social action.

1st and 3rd Fridays of every month

at 7:00 PM in the

Community Center

 

We share building space with St. Francis in the Foothills and partner with the greater religious, spiritual and peace communities to 'do justice, love mercy, and walk humbly with our Creator'.

Reality on the Floor NA Group

Reality on the Floor
NA Group

 

Sundays 6:00-7:00 PM in room 50 

Iskashitaa Refugee Network

St. Francis in the Foothills

Community Center kitchen 

Come join us in the kitchen to transform recently gleaned produce into delicious food products for sale at local Farmer's Markets.

 

Iskashitaa Food Workshops 

For more information, or to volunteer, email volunteer@iskashitaa.org 

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