Center for Action and Healing
Where Diversity, Learning, Spirit and Action Meet
The Interfaith Center for Action and Healing, provides space for workshops, presentations and conferences, counseling, dance and drumming, ritual making, celebrations, ceremonies, meditation, prayer, conversations about life, faith and death, art and yoga; all in an inclusive and supportive environment that embraces religious and cultural diversity.
The Center invites all people, of every faith, belief system, race, nation of origin, income level, gender and sexuality to visit and experience first-hand, the peaceful, nurturing environment that makes personal transformation possible.
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Join us on June 22 for an open house and celebration of the Summer Solstice! The open house will take place at the Center from 11 am – 3 pm and will include a variety of fun and festive activities in celebration of the summer season (and the return of the SUN!!), as well as…Learn More
In this class on June 27 at 5:30 pm, Beverly Owen shares a scientific study of crystals, the metaphysical properties of crystals, the wellness alternatives that employ stones and crystals, and the practical applications of everyday use of crystals. Includes free intuitive stone reading by Reverend Owen.Learn More
The Interfaith Center for Action & Healing is hosting a screening of the PBS documentary AMERICAN CREED on Thursday, June 27 at 7:00 pm in partnership with the Aurora Free Library. This PBS documentary probes what it means to be an American today. After watching the film, we’ll explore our national identify, with a focus…Learn More
Join us on July 16 at 7:00 pm for a film screening of Belief: A Dramatic Colloguy. Emily Dickinson, particle physics, Catholicism all come crashing together in this dramatic colloquy. What we want to believe about immortality, infinity and eternity perhaps has little to do with what we have to believe. Starring Cindy Tyler and…Learn More
Shamans believe that all things in the Universe have spirit and life. The rocks, the earth, the sky, the waters, the plants and the animals. Purpose of this class is to help you to connect to wisdom of these spiritual teachers. Journeying is a deep meditative exploration which can help with personal and spiritual growth.…Learn More
Throughout all history, almost every culture and person has placed important significance on the true meaning of their dreams. Today, our dreams are just as powerful a force in many peoples’ lives as they were back with all of our Ancestors. The Native tradition of dream catchers has been passed down from parent to child,…Learn More
The Young Adult Interfaith Board Game Club
Saturdays starting June 8 at 5:00 pm. Young adults, come and have fun with people of all different faiths as we chat about life, play games, and eat.
Good Grief Groups: Learning to Live with Loss as a Spiritual Journey
Gatherings happen on Thursday, June 13 (11:30 am - 12:30 pm) for those grieving the loss of a spouse/partner; Sunday, June 16 (3 pm - 4 pm) for those grieving the loss of a child; and Tuesday, June 18 (11:30 am - 12:30 pm) for those as caregivers past and present. A $10 donation is suggested.
Roam Yoga with Mia Thomas, DPT
Classes every Thursday evening from 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm. Sign up at www.roamyogaflx.com.
Taoist Tai Chi
Classes every Wednesday morning from 9:00 am - 10:00 pm. We are currently looking for a Tai Chi instructor and will add classes soon. If you are a certified Tai Chi instructor and have an interest in leading classes at the Interfaith Center, please email us at email@example.com.
ECK Light & Sound Service
Services take place the third Sunday of every month from 11:00 am - 12:00 pm and all are welcome. The service offers you the chance to explore your own direct connection with the Divine. www.eckankar.org