Daylong on Nov. 2, 2013 on Right Communication with Rev. Joe Cherry and Lori Wong

Please join us on Saturday, November 2, 2013

in the Sarana Kuti
9:00am to 4:00pm
at the
Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Stanislaus County
2172 Kiernan Ave., Modesto, CA

In this daylong workshop, we invite our two communities: UUFSC and IMCV, to meet one another and to explore Right Communication – how we can use mindfulness practice to guide us in how we can skillfully communicate in all of our relationships. If you’re not a member of UUFSC or IMCV, you don’t need to worry – we are open communities that are welcoming to anyone who is interested in the teachings we offer.

Please come with a story from the book, Buddhist Boot Camp, by Timber Hawkeye or a story from a Buddhist book that significantly changed or in some way altered your perspective of life in a meaningful way.

We’ll explore practicing Right Communication using periods of silent meditation which can strengthen our ability to stay present and non-reactive in listening and speaking.

This day is freely offered to all.  Donations are gratefully accepted to support the UUFSC and IMCV.  Please bring a vegetarian potluck dish to share for lunch, if you would like.  Chairs and some cushions will be available.

Sarana Kuti is the small stand-alone building on the UUFSC property at the rear of the east parking lot (the building with red and gold trim). For additional information, please contact Lori Wong at 209-343-2748 or Rev. Joe Cherry at 209-545-1837. It is helpful for us to know how many will attend. Please register using the form below.

Rev. Joe Cherry is a native of Detroit and spent his formative adult years in Chicago. He has served Unitarian Universalist congregations in Chicago, Dukinfield (UK), Vancouver (BC) and Modesto, California. Rev. Joe is the Interim Minister at the Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Stanislaus County, which he has served since January 2012.

Lori Wong is a Community Dharma Leader trained by Spirit Rock Meditation Center in Woodacre, CA and Gil Fronsdal of Insight Meditation Center in Redwood City.  She is a board member of the Sati Center for Buddhist Studies.  She is the founding teacher of Insight Meditation Central Valley and has been leading Insight Meditation sitting groups in Modesto, CA since 2009.

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