HEALING CIRCLES at St. Paul's
The root of the word “healing” is “to make whole.” For some, it is a return to wholeness or a return of hope. For others, it may be a renewed sense of purpose despite difficult circumstances. Drawing support from community in a safe space for listening and processing is at the heart of Healing Circles.
Please note the following changes in the Summer 2018 schedule:
- No Open Art Studio on June 27 or the whole month of July
- No Sexual Assault Healing Art Circle on June 28 or the whole month of July
- No Women’s Healing Art Circle (Sunday group) on July 1 but they will meet on July 15
- No Women’s Healing Art Circles (Thursday group) the whole month of July
Sunday Healing Art Circle – 1st and 3rd Sundays, 11:05 am-12:15 pm. Room S-300/Open Heart Studio. This Healing Art Circle utilizes art therapy exercises. Open to women only.
Children’s Lego© Healing Circle – 3rd Sundays, 12:15-1:15 pm. Room J-120. Children use Lego© bricks to process life transitions and emotions while strengthening communication skills, creativity, self-awareness, and stress management skills in a supportive peer environment. By RSVP only: email@example.com
Amazing Parents, Amazing Kids – 1st Sundays, 12:15-1:30 pm. Room J-204. Join in a time of connection and mutual support for parents whose children of any age have developmental, emotional, medical, or learning differences. Lunch and childcare provided.
Women's Healing Art Circle – 1st and 3rd Thursdays, 9:30-11 am. Room S-300/Open Heart Studio.
Sexual Assault/Abuse Survivors Healing Art Circle (women only) – 2nd and 4th Thursdays, 10-11:30 am. Room S-300/Open Heart Studio.
Divorce Healing Art Circle (women only) – Every Tuesday, 11:30 am-1 pm. Room S-300/Open Heart Studio. This Healing Art Circle utilizes art therapy exercises. The sessions are conducted in Spanish and English.
We also offer Individual or Family Healing Art Circles by appointment. Contact Helen Spaw at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
veterans helping veterans
A circle for veterans to find support and encouragement among other veterans. For more information about Veterans Helping Veterans, contact Nina Hall at email@example.com or call 713-527-0528.
Noon–1:30 pm | Youth Center (Sanctuary Building)