Chaplaincy is the crucial work of providing spiritual care, frequently in moments of transition or crisis. In times like these, people often need forms of support that the larger culture doesn’t readily provide. A chaplain can serve as a trusted confidant, someone who will listen deeply to us and advise us, but not necessarily tell us what we want to hear.
What is it to chaplain one another, human and non-human, through the eco-social crises of our time? Kirsten Rudestam, a core faculty member of the Sati Center Buddhist Eco-Chaplaincy training program, will lead this EcoDharma Exploration into how we might relate to one another and with Earth itself, as givers and receivers of spiritual nourishment.
One Earth Sangha offers monthly EcoDharma Explorations. Join our featured speaker and One Earth Sangha for a live Zoom gathering on June 25, 11:30 AM to 1:30 PM US Eastern / 8:30 to 10:30 am US Pacific / 5:30 to 7:30 pm CEST. If you can’t make it to the gathering, a recording will be available.
Kirsten Rudestam, PhD works as an environmental educator, wilderness guide, and meditation teacher. She teaches field and classroom-based college courses in environmental justice and political ecology, is trained as a rites of passage guide through the School of Lost Borders and is a facilitator for Joanna Macy’s Work that Reconnects. Kirsten has been practicing in the Theravadan Buddhist lineage since 2001. She, Gil Fronsdal, Ram Appalaraju and Susie Harrington are the core faculty for the Sati Center Buddhist Eco-Chaplaincy training program. Those interested in joining the program in the future are invited to contact them at .
Registration for this exploration is open now. This program is donation-based, with no required registration fee. We welcome your contributions to support this program and the work of One Earth Sangha.