Do you want to navigate disagreement in a healthier way?
Whether you find yourself navigating a heated disagreement with a spouse, interrupting racism in the office, facilitating political tension in church, or working for systemic change around any justice issue, Want to Talk? Communication Tools for Divided Times will guide you in deepening your relationships while staying true to your values. This small group program draws upon the wisdom of experts in nonviolent communication, civil dialogue, and grassroots organizing, providing practical tools for navigating the political polarization of our time, as well as tough conversations with our loved ones.
Want to Talk? consists of eight two-hour sessions in a small group with 7-14 other participants, as well as an immersion experience in which you’ll implement the skills you’ve learned into your real relationships. During each regular session, we’ll pray together, read books, watch videos, and have conversations around how we can deepen our relationships while staying true to values.
Questions? Please contact Robin Gleason at [email protected].
St. Anthony on the Lake
Sessions: 9/27, 10/4, 10/11, 10/25, 11/8, 11/15, 11/29 (Immersion Experience), 12/6, 12/13
Place: Fellowship Hall C&D
$50.00 payable by check to St. Anthony on the Lake or by Credit Card via mySAL. The fees cover the cost of your personal copies of the books and the Participation Guide. You will also have access to the guide online.
Registration: Space is limited to ensure the overall experience so register early.