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Classes & 

Experiences

Join us for classes, conversations, yoga, and experiences designed to refresh and renew your mind, body, heart, and spirit.  We are dedicated to creating gracious, welcoming opportunities that foster your wellbeing and connect you to deeper meaning and purpose.

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MLK, Jr. Marade
 

Join us for the Marade on

Monday, January 16         
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On Monday, January 16, join us to celebrate Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. as we walk from City Park to Civic Center Park, a distance of approximately 2.5 miles. We'll meet at St. Luke's to carpool at 9:30 am, and travel together to City Park.  We hope you'll join us for this uniquely Denver celebration.  For more information contact Julie. 
 

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The Light We Carry

Conversations on Overcoming in Times of Uncertainty

Tuesdays, February 21, 28, and March 7

As we grow in our abilites to stay centered and keep perspective in teh midst of challenges and an ever-changing world, we connect more meaningfully with others, too. These connections ignite enhanced energy, restored wonder and deliberate actions for the good of all. Join us for conversations on practices to extend the power of the light we carry.  As our guide we'll use the book The Light We Carry by Michelle Obama. We would love to have you join us! For more information or to register, contact Sallie.  Fee is $35 and includes book, materials and contribution to CSE Ministry.

 

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 YOGA with SHARON

Watch Here for New Classes Coming in 2023!         
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Gentle Yoga to Ease into the Holidays: For a gentle, centering practice, enjoy a peaceful yoga experience with our very own Sharon Oliver. Sharon is a certified yoga instructor and welcomes you to join her. The sessions are engaging for people of all ages and experience levels. Sharon brings her love for nature, her calm and centered approach, and her beautiful creativity to every session. $10 suggested donation per class. For more information, contact Sharon. 



 

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Nourish and
Be Well

 

Saturday, January 21 

9:00am-4:00pm

Connecting within nourishes the soul and sets our emotional, spiritual, and mental well-being.  Launching a new calendar year can be challenging and uncertain...Discover what you personally need to create the rhythms and practices that yield understanding and repose to enhancement of YOU.

 

Join Melinda Davidson and Dr. Sallie Suby-Long for a day of deepening and heart centered listening. Contact Sallie to register. Scholarships available Registration including lunch, refreshments, facilitation and all materials is $115.

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MEN IN COMMUNITY

Monday evenings at 5:00pm 

Join this opportunity to connect with other men in our community. The experience will engage you in informal conversations about relevant topics and offers a chance to connect with other men regarding everyday aspects of life...family, work, faith, challenges, transitions, goals, and hopes.

 

For information or to register for Fall, contact Bryan

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Cultural Adventures

Museum of Contemporary Art

"The Dirty South"

January 25

Join us for a special exhibit at the Museum of Contemporary Art in downtown Denver that explores the traditions and legacies of the Black South and how these traditions have shaped visual art and music in America. Admission is $10 ($7 for Seniors). Please RSVP.  We plan to visit the exhibit at 1:00pm.

 

For more information or to RSVP, contact Renae or Janet

 

Denver Botanic Garden Indoor Experience   

Tropical Conservatory and Visual Art Display

February 22

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BRAVE SPACES

Anti-Racism Actions & Allyship 
 

Discovering our own complicity in historic, systemic racism is deeply troubling. Brave Spaces brings conversation partners together to learn about race and to uncover new voices from the past and present, and to live out beliefs more faithfully. We meet in community to learn and to support each other on a life-long journey of being anti-racist. We’re engaging in action to learn increasingly honorable forms of allyship. Being an ally requires those of us who have privilege and power to engage in self-reflection, learning, and action to support and to stand in solidarity with those who are experiencing racism in our community.  

 

We hope you’ll join us as we move forward into allyship and action.

​For more information, contact Julie PolikoffJane StallerSharon Oliver or Sallie Suby-Long.

Contact Renae for more information on classes & experiences

Renae loves to coordinate, lead, and participate in a variety of classes and retreat experiences. She is passionate about helping people find energy by fully embracing their spiritual gifts. She has been a team leader with the Center for Spiritual Engagement for over five years and loves seeing people come alive when they find connection and purpose.

View a list of previous wellbeing experiences here

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