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Local Congregation Embraces New Way of Gathering

‘We're really excited about what's happening. This is distinctly different from anything we’ve done before.'

Peter Pula sat down recently with two members of the Unitarian Fellowship of Peterborough, Rev. Julie Stoneberg and Jovanna Soligo, to explore their congregation’s experience with working into new ways of gathering.

About a dozen of members of the fellowship have been actively engaged with the Peterborough Dialogues since its inception early last year, and these people are bringing what they’re learning around community dialogue and hosting back to the fellowship.
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Latest BlogsOur Writers Reflect

How Do We Want to Be in Community?

Collective art-making experience shapes conversation

During the most recent Peterborough Dialogues Core Conversation gathering, the group was led through a collective art-making experience as a path to discovering, co-creating and expressing how they want to be in community. Thanks to co-host Deb Reynolds for this blog about the experience.
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The Simple Pleasure of Noticing

Spring, a camera and the soul of place

This spring I’ve been out photographing buds, between gatherings and commitments, just for the sake of noticing them. One of the guiding threads in a full and busy life has been the sense of rightness that comes from the shapes and forms of nature.
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Who’s the Bob Dylan of the Hosting Arts World?

Hosting arts working circle asks into importance of talent versus process

What’s most essential to helping groups of people have the really important conversations they need to have? Is it the talent of the “artist”, that is, the host, or the “art,” the process? This question was a vibrant thread in yesterday’s working circle on the hosting arts at the Axiom News office. The phrase poem
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