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We offer many opportunities for spiritual growth, intellectual challenge, enrichment and joy through participation in activities of interest.

 

 

Spiritual Practice

Inner Peace Yoga meets Mondays at 5:30 P.M. in the great room.
Certified & registered therapeutic yoga teacher, Dae Evans, guides you in core strengthening, energy building, and inner awareness. This is a spiritual practice of mostly slow and basic yoga, ideal for anyone interested in deepening their commitment to well-being and peace through meditative movement. Participants should be able to get up and down from the floor and have their doctor’s approval if experiencing a recent serious injury or surgery. The one hour class often runs 15 minutes longer, and you will need to bring a yoga mat and a coverlet for your body. Dress in flexible clothing and in layers when it is cold. No socks or shoes needed, and best not to eat two hours prior to class. Beginners and disease sufferers welcome! If you have any questions, please contact Dae at daeevans @ Zoho.com

Zen Society of Wooster • Meets every Monday from 7:00 pm to 9:00 pm. We practice non-traditional Soto Zen. The evening consists of sitting and walking meditation, a brief chanting service and a discussion period. Instruction is provided. Newcomers welcome. We like to ask people to arrive a bit early as we start promptly at 7:00 pm. Contact: [Elaine Strawn] or [visit their website].

 

Music

Coffee House • Performers and appreciators from the community gather for music, story-telling, poetry and fun; the Fellowship provides munchies and coffee. Open to the public and happens twice a year on Saturday evenings.

Choir • Rehearses Wednesday evenings at 7:00 pm and performs at least once a month. New members welcome, no “try-outs” required. Contact: Sharon

Folk Orchestra• Rehearses Wednesday evenings at 8:15 pm and performs once a month. New members are welcome. Contact: Sharon

 

Enrichment and challenge

Socrates Cafe • New in 2016, gather to discuss topics of your choosing. Meets during the program year. Contact Tom Gross.

Humanism Group • Each meeting has a focus and presenters which range in topic from Genetically Modified Organisms to the relationship of science and religion. Meets 1st and 3rd Sundays at 11 am during the program year. Contact Skip Nault. Check out their schedule.

Book Discussion • Chooses, reads and discusses books of any genre and both non-fiction and fiction. Usually  meets the third Sunday from September to May at 7:00 pm. Contact: [Anne Wilson] or Tom Gross

 

Just For Fun

Scrabble Night • Bring a game and maybe a snack to share. We encourage everyone to play at their own level. Meets the 2nd Sunday of each month from 7:00 pm to 9:30 pm. See Ken McDonald for details.