Gaze at the stars and enjoy beautiful views of Mt. Tamalpais while walking the labyrinth, a contemplative exercise that focuses the mind and renews the spirit. Enjoy quiet string music by Daniel Berkman on kora. Refreshments provided.
Our next Labyrinth Moon Walk will be Thursday, August 27, from 8:30 to 10 p.m. San Francisco Theological Seminary. 105 Seminary Road, San Anselmo. The event is free.
Dr. William O’Neill, Associate Professor of Social Ethics at the Jesuit School of Theology of Santa Clara University (JST-SCU), will deliver the 2015 Distinguished Faculty Lecture entitled, “A Terrible Beauty: Reimagining Human Rights.”
Please join Starr King School for the Ministry for a day of study, dialogue, ritual celebrations, food, music, art and community-building celebrating the Spirit of Life. Our Annual Symposium connects all Starr King School's students, faculty, staff, trustees, graduates, and communities as we cultivate multi-religious, counter-oppressive, just and sustainable communities.
Monday, June 8, 2015 (All day) to Wednesday, June 24, 2015 (All day)
The School of Applied Theology would like to invite you to its third annual Summer Spirituality Series being held in June.
This program is open to laity, priests, deacons, and women and men religious looking for a richer spiritual life. We invite people to take some Sabbath time, step back from the day-to-day demands of their ministry, relax with God, and care for their spirit.
Enjoy the beautiful vista of Mt. Tamalpais and surrounding hills while walking the Geneva Terrace Labyrinth under the light of the stars and the full moon. Focus your mind and enter a peaceful, meditative state while enjoying live acoustic guitar music.
Join us at this unique illustrated presentation and hands-on workshop on the art and design of Islamic geometric patterns with Carol Bier, Visiting Scholar with the Center for Islamic Studies at the Graduate Theological Union and former Curator at The Textile Museum in Washington, DC.
After a brief illustrated introduction to Islamic ornament in ceramic tile, carved woodwork, and illuminated manuscripts, we will explore the basic principles that underly geometric patterns in Islamic art through hands-on activities. Using paper-folding and coloring exercises you will learn to visualize circles and centers and the intersecting axes of grids that allow for the repetition of designs to create a pattern. Come to understand the organization of historical designs and find your own forms of expression through the use of color and symmetry.