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Announcement: The Beloved Community in Exile

From the North American Seminary: We are pleased to announce the details for our first in-person Open Course since before the pandemic! Beloved Community in Exile will take place Monday, May 30th – Friday, June 3rd at the seminary in Toronto, Canada. Coinciding with this event will be a Seminary Extension Course, a mirror event […]

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International News from the Regions – Easter 2022

Here is the latest NEWS FROM THE REGIONS – EASTER 2022

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Ukraine: Ways to donate

Here is a summary of ways one can contribute to support efforts: Non-profit Relief Fund: https://www.globalgiving.org/projects/ukraine-crisis-relief-fund/ The Christian Community in Hillsdale, NY has offered to receive checks and PayPal donations which they will wire to The Christian Community in Germany.  These donations will go to support refugee and humanitarian aid in connection with the war.  […]

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Pencils, Paint, and Emergency Pedagogy for Ukraine Refugees

Supplied with pencils, paper, paints, and brushes, Karine Munk Finser, Director of CfA’s newly founded Kairos Institute, flew to Scandinavia in mid-March to welcome Ukrainian refugees into her parents’ empty cottage on the Danish island of Bornholm and to begin administering a program of acute healing art therapy to mothers and their young children. Those […]

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Upcoming Presentation: The Turning Point in Rudolf Steiner’s Life

To register for this event: https://forms.gle/LAeTsEt9AzsYWBrm9 To register for this event: https://forms.gle/LAeTsEt9AzsYWBrm9

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Ukraine Update 5

Here is the FIFTH UPDATE from Ukraine. Ways to Donate: Donations to support refugees and humanitarian aid in connection with the war can please be transferred to the account of the West German Region of the Christian Community with a corresponding reference in the purpose of use: Bank account holder: Die Christengemeinschaft IBAN: DE96 3702 […]

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Our Humanity

From Rev. Michael Latham, priest to the San Francisco congregation, writing from Germany: Here the war is more immediate. Not because there is more news coverage, not because there is more consciousness, not even because we are closer in distance. No, the immediacy is in meeting the “refugees”. They have names, biographies, and homes they […]