LOVE TRIUMPHS ALL
What does it mean to love? What does true, unconditional love look like? Why does love matter? How can love transform others around us? Whom should you treat with unconditional love? How can we each choose to love everyone now, regardless of how they treat us, or their background or their beliefs?
This year at the Mauthe Center, we are diving into what it means to choose to love others unconditionally. Featuring awesome spiritual directors, prominent speakers, movement leaders, and more, join us as we learn how others are choosing to show love in their own lives and how we are called to do the same.
To register for programs please send your name and email to
Monday, November 25th
Women's circle is a space held for women to be vulnerable and speak from the heart. Every woman gets an opportunity to speak, be heard and supported by other women. May we listen, connect as sisters, and share intentions around new moon.
Meet in the lounge.
Questions, comments email:
Thursday, December 5th
Come drum with us! Make music! Celebrate community and life! Bring you own drum. There will be some extra as well. Native flutes, ukuleles, singing bowls, and simple percussion instruments are also welcome. Simple instruction and information will be given. If you are shy about drumming, come, listen, and if you decide to, give it a try! All are welcome.
Wednesday, November 13th 7:30-9:00pm
A show where you can perform your passion such as music, dance, poetry, storytelling, magic, comedy, etc.
It's not your average talent show. All talent levels are welcome.
Here is a chance to do what you love!
Questions, comments email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Women's Giving, November 23rd, noon to 3pm
Come and join together with other women who are students and community members. Bring a healthy dish to share. We will share stories, and our skills. From hairstylists to masseuses, listeners to healers, we all have a gift to share with another. Come support and give to the women around you, as you receive from them.
Awake in the World: Mindfulness Retreat December 7th, noon to 3pm
The practice of mindfulness is an invitation to live more fully awake, more of the time. In every moment the opportunity exists for increased attention to the fullness of being alive in the world.
Mindfulness is quite simply the work of cultivating this very human capacity which resides in each one of us.
This one-day retreat will offer the opportunity to dedicate these hours together to the adventure of mindfulness practice. Through a variety of contemplative practices and shared conversation, participants will come away from the day with specific tools for mindful living. Lunch provided
The Rev. Lee Goodwin (ELCA) is a retired Lutheran pastor He is currently a retreat leader and offers spiritual direction through the Norbertine Center for Spirituality. He trained in spiritual direction with the Shalem Institute for Spiritual Formation and in the teaching of mindfulness
Sound has been used for healing in cultures all over the world for thousands of years through mantras, melodies, and frequencies. It helps to synchronize brain waves to a state of relaxation and meditation. This event is centered around the healing properties of music, and holding space for balance and peace to envelop each other. Features include local healers and live hand pan music.
2:00-3:30pm Oct. 23, Nov. 20, Dec. 18 or by appointment