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reWilding Workshop

  • 3220 North Shore Road Bellingham, WA, 98226 United States (map)
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Celebrate the Fall Equinox and the harvest season, with a deep reconnection with the Wild Earth and your own Wild Soul. Explore with nature as your guide, what is longing to transition within you.
Participants will engage in an outdoor workshop experience that involves deep interaction with nature. It is recommended you wear comfortable clothing and sturdy shoes to allow free access of movement in the forest and along the lake.
Cost: $30
Workshop Location:
Lake Whatcom Park, 3220 Northshore Road, Bellingham WA
Registration: Use the form below!or email bellinghamworkshops@gmail.com

Facilitators:
Victoria Loorz
Echoes Collaborative Team Leader, Pastor of Church of the Wild, Convener of the Wild Church Network, Co-Founder of Seminary of the Wild. Victoria is a lover of connecting people who are called to restore kindred relationship with the land as spiritual practice. She will co-lead this unique workshop in north Bellingham, to help ignite your wild soul.
Contact her with any questions! victoria@echoesbellingham.org

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Summer Starr
Opportunity Council, Member of the Stillpoint at Beckside Discernment Team.
Summer is deeply dedicated to the healing of the human and earth relationship. She has worked in international development in several countries and this has given her a wide perspective of the challenges facing both humanity and the earth. You can learn more about her healing work at wlotusliving.com

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Emma Donohew
Echoes Collaborative Team Leader, Creative Church Pastor, Itinerant Preacher. Gardener.

Emma is a lover of exploring artistic practices in nature in order to deepen our relationships with all of creation. Coming from the United Methodist tradition, she has consistently worked as an advocate for sustainable living and a healthier future. She has helped create and restore urban community gardens seeing the communal transformation they can bring.

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Danielle Humphreys
Production Assistant at Cloud Mountain Farm Center Danielle is passionate about the intersection of eco-spirituality, social justice, and personal growth. Holding an MA in Theology from Fuller Seminary, she has previously worked in youth and family ministries and enjoyed planning retreats and camps over the past 15 years spanning between crazy & contemplative. She loves creativity, music, and talking about the Enneagram.

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Earlier Event: September 19
Pub Church @ Bellingham Cider Company
Later Event: September 23
Indoor Church