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Fridays at The Center

Starting in the Fall

The Center will be hosting Friday night programs!


Kirtan is call and response chant that helps bring you to a joyful, meditative state. It is our vision that Kirtan with Love, Light and Harmony fosters Universal Community, opening a space to recognize and remember that we are all connected on a vibrational level.

 Fridays 7-8:30PM

Sept 8th, Oct 6th, Nov 3rd, Dec 1st

$15 donation please

No one is turned away if unable to pay. Come chant with us!

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For more information, contact Penny at or visit our website

Taize' Chanting


Spend a peaceful, prayerful hour of music and prayer in the style of the Taize’, France, ecumenical Christian monastic fraternity. 


 The community, founded in 1940 by Brother Roger Schuetz, a Reformed Protestant, is composed of more than one hundred brothers, from Catholic and Protestant traditions, who originate from about thirty countries around the world.

The chanting moves one into silent meditation to prepare one’s self for the rest of the weekend.

The music, in the form of chanting, is aimed at praising God and drawing one deeper into relationship with The Divine. The practice of chanting allows a person to experience the echoing power of prayer throughout your day. Taize’ music can help a person establish a rhythm of contemplative prayer, along the lines of Paul of Tarsus’ encouragement to “pray without ceasing” (1 Thess 5:17 KJV).

Time and dates: 7 – 8 pm on Fridays Sept 22nd, Oct 13th, Nov 10th, Dec 8th


Investment in spiritual growth: Free Will donation


Native American Talking Circle

Our Native Talking Circle is an experience in an Ojibway method of communication and interaction. Yes, we gather in a circle as a circle has no head or leader. Yes, one of us will facilitate as the need arises.


Our Circle is open to all who share space in the sacred hoop of life. We acknowledge that all races, beliefs, life orientations, and created ones share in this Sacred Hoop/Space of life. As our community is evolving, so too is the culture of those who gather. Each participant contributes to our culture.

We enter the Circle knowing that each and all of us has a story. To each story we offer our respect with the knowledge that every story is good and will be received with pride, dignity, honor and respect. (nahmahji)


There are protocols we follow which are shared and explained. For instance, we ask women to wear skirts at least to mid-calf, and that men wear long pants. We ask that all wear shirts that cover shoulders and mid-drift. When speaking, the speaker holds a sacred item, usually an eagle feather. The speaker holds their space and may share in silence or with words. Others in the Circle honor that space with our attention, care, silence, and confidentiality.

Other practices are shared with respect to our ancestral teaching



Again, all are welcome

Fridays 7-8:30PM

Sept 15th, Oct 20th, Nov 17th, Dec 15

For questions, contact


Ishkode’ Bine’, AKA Greg 920 251-2561


Nibi Manidoo’kwe, AKA Ann 920 251-3816

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Sound Bath

Musical Meditation Facilitator: Sam Bearcat

I will be playing a set of Severn Quartz Crystal Singing Bowls.

These instruments resound in waves of pure energy.

Join us and gain a deeper understanding of yourself, others, and the cosmos through the energy of sound.


-Meditation Induction


-Stress Relief

-Thought Calming

-Astral Projection/Shamanic Dreaming

-Spiritual Cleansing

-Energy Work

-Chakra Balancing

Time and Dates: 7 – 8 pm on Fridays

Sept 29th, Oct 27th, Nov 24th, Dec 22nd

Investment: Free will donation

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