Portland ME Facilitator Training

Posted October 15, 2010 in Blog, Event Archive

Maine Council of Churches invites you to:

BUILDING RESILIENT CONGREGATIONS AND COMMUNITIES
Starting a Resilience Circle to Face Economic and Ecological Change Together

A One Day Workshop for Facilitators

When: Saturday, November 13 from 10am -4:00 pm
Where: Allen Avenue Unitarian Universalist Church
524 Allen Avenue, Portland, Maine
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Click here to Register!

How do we prepare for economic and ecological change?  These times have left people isolated, vulnerable and afraid. In response, congregations and communities across the land are forming Resilience Circles to help their members find connection, the information they need and avenues to a new kind of security, one based on mutual aid and support, and working together for a new economy that serves everyone.

Now, you can learn how to start a Resilience Circle with the members of your own community.

Who Should Come: People with experience in leading any small groups.  No other expertise needed.

The Training: We will introduce you to a 6-session curriculum designed to launch your Club.  It’s simple, participatory and truly rewarding.

The Trainers: Chuck Collins and Dakota Butterfield from the Institute for Policy Studies.

On-Going Support: We will provide you with all the materials you need, facilitation support and additional downloadable resources.

Registration: Visit CSC REGISTER to sign up online. There is a $15 registration fee to cover materials and lunch. Space is limited, so please register early.

Or Contact: Sarah Byrnes at info@commonsecurityclub.org or 617-477-8631 x 307 to learn how to register by phone or mail, or for more information.