Compassionate Listening

Join Rev. Kim Wilson for a service on compassionate listening, a way of being with others that can empower us to transform conflict and create peace and healing at all levels of relationships with each other.  It includes a commitment to listen and speak from the heart.  We will be introduced to the work of the Compassionate Listening Project, which cultivates practices that bring people together across differences. Their work draws upon ideas developed during the Vietnam war by Buddhist monk and teacher, Thich Nhat Hanh.  Central to his message was the radical notion that we need to listen with compassion to all sides –something that we need in our world today more than ever.

Rev. Kim Wilson’s Bio:  A life-long Unitarian Universalist, Rev. Kim received her Master of Divinity degree from Moravian Theological Seminary and was ordained in 2001.  She previously served congregations in Connecticut and in Pennsylvania.  Rev. Kim lives near Allentown, Pennsylvania and currently serves the UUs of Central Delaware in Dover.  When she’s not engaged in ministry, Rev. Kim enjoys gardening, nature, yoga and spending time with family.

The service will be in person and online. Zoom link below.

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Meeting ID: 885 0158 7009
Passcode: 091848

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