ABOUT US

The Mauthe Center has been a  nonprofit since 1968.  We are dedicated to promoting peace, justice, and ecumenism.

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2418 Leon Bond Drive

Green Bay, WI 54311

Mailing Address:

P.O. Box 8673

Green Bay, WI 54308

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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 thomjh17@mcenter.org

Women's Circles, 2020

Mondays:

February 24

April 20

5:30-7:00pm

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 reflection room

Questions, comments email: puckhaberabs@mcenter.org

Drum Circles, 2020

Mondays:

February 17th

March 30th

April 27th

5:30-7:00pm


Come drum with us! Make music! Celebrate community and life! Bring your own drum. There will be a few extras as well.  Native flutes, ukuleles, singing bowls, and simple percussion instruments are also welcome. 

 

All are welcome!

Meet in the fireside room

Questions, comments email: puckhaberabs@mcenter.org

 

Personal Development 101: What it is & How to do it

Led by Reed Hardy

February 5th, 1pm-3pm

Alternate Wednesdays

7 week course

Exploration of the psychology of personal development from early-childhood influences through adulthood, from the mature vantage point of recently retired, or soon to retire, senior citizens. We will discuss reading assignments that cover a range of topics such as the basic psychology of personal development, related cultural values and processes, social pressures, and spiritual practices including prayer and meditation. Upon completion of this prequel course, students will have a firm foundation in the relevant knowledge bases sufficient to carry them through the sequel course, Personal Development 201 next fall. Enrollment will be limited by the size of available spaces. 

Sound Healing

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.

People Inspiring People

Monday, March 2nd, 2020

6:00pm 

 

To empower is to authorize, liberate, enable, inspire, give power to, give voice, act. Empowerment involves interaction with and support of one another. The evening will include local men & women sharing their personal stories of empowerment, an invitation to take part in a simple exercise of self-discovery. Kathy Walczyk works as a spiritual companion, retreat and workshop facilitator, and advocate. 

Jin Shin Jyutsu: Tap into the power of you!!!

February 3rd & April 6th, 2020

5:00-6:30pm

Jin Shin Jyutsu is an incredibly unique form of touch therapy that unlike other touch therapy involves no manipulation of muscle or tissue. The subtle healing modality uses a light tough, and yet is powerful enough to aid in relieving physical discomforts, mental & emotional stress to name a few. This class, presented by Gail Okray,  will empower you through self-care techniques and start you on the road living a vibrant and healthy life. 

 

Ancestral Memory Talk with a Beaded Bracelet

 Monday, April 13th, 2020

5:30-7:00pm

Benjamin Grignon is a teacher of traditional Menominee arts. He represents the Menominee Nation and approaches culturally-responsive education by using Menominee Language, Culture and Art to promote and preserve tribal history as a pathway to future generations and positively influence the education of the youth in his community. 

Join us for a talk about Ancestral Memory and make a beaded bracelet.