Write On is pleased to partner with Unitarian Universalist Fellowship on a writing workshop with Reverend Karen Hering.
In the early Buddhist, Jewish and Christian texts, faith is not a noun but a verb. It is a way that we live, a leap that we take. In the Pali language of the original Buddhist texts, it meant literally “to place the heart upon.” Join us for an afternoon of guided writing (for writers and non-writers alike!) exploring faith as something we do. How and where do we offer our hearts? And what does it mean when we do?
This program is sponsored by the Lifespan Committee of the UU Fellowship.
Rev. Karen Hering serves as consulting literary minister at Unity Church-Unitarian, in St. Paul, Minnesota, and is the author of Writing to Wake the Soul: Opening the Sacred Conversation Within. She leads retreats and programs for writers and nonwriters alike, and her forthcoming book, Living in the Between: A Thresholder’s Guide to Personal and Global Change, will be published in 2018.