Classes & 


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.



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.



Spring 2022


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, work, faith, challenges, transitions, goals, and hopes.


For information or to register, contact Bryan

Yoga Mats


Thursday Morning Yoga with Sharon


Join us at St. Luke's UMC Chapel for 45 minutes of mindfulness and movement with Sharon Oliver (certified yoga instructor). Bring your yoga mat and a bottle of water. All ages and abilities welcome! Suggested donation is $10/per person, per class.

Gentle Yoga to Ease Into Summer:

March 24  

April 7

April 21  

May 5

May 19

June 9​

Contact Sharon to RSVP and with any questions. 

Yoga Videos are available! 
Contact Renae for the link to view.




the 2nd Friday of each month

This drop-in forum meets once each month to renew, refresh and regenerate. Each session includes a reflection/lesson and time to explore through various Arts. Join in when you can and see what exciting, creative things Jenita will bring to your day! Jenita says, “I try to provide a time so we can care for our soul”. For more information: contact Jenita.



May 2, 9, 16 & 24, 4:30pm

Practices of wellbeing can help us reset, renew and flourish even in challenging circumstances.  Dr. Sallie Suby-Long will facilitate this learning community as together we integrate wellbeing practices into our daily lives. The experience will include conversations, readings, videos, research, and connection with others for reflection and shared learning. Join Sallie to identify your signature strengths and explore wellbeing practices including social connection, gratitude, self-compassion, meditation, movement, and savoring. The Practices of Wellbeing experience invites you into individual learning (in your time, at your pace) and a weekly gathering to connect in community. For more information contact Sallie



Container Gardening Class

with Jennifer Smith

Saturday, April 30 • 10:00-11:00am

Join us in the St. Luke's Backyard and connect with nature this spring and put your best step forward in making your flowerpots shine this summer. Taught by Jennifer Smith, a long time plant enthusiast with several years of professional nursery work experience. 

$15 for materials We hope you can come! Please RSVP to Jennifer

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