Celebration of Life: Beth Witing

A Celebration of Life for Beth Wieting Saturday, December 14, 2019 : 4pm sharp Boethmer Hall, 5919 SE Division Street, Portland

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October 2019 Newsletter

Newsletter

Adam & Eve ARTICLES IN THIS ISSUE Who Am I, Who Are You?  Letters to the Editor Art Hall Exhibition: Courage Pacific Eurythmy News Beth Wieting Remembered Calendar of the Soul The translation we are using this year is by Liselotte and William Mann Newsletter Contacts and List of Members/Donors Portland Branch Calendar and ongoing […]

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September 2019 Newsletter

Newsletter

ARTICLES IN THIS ISSUE The Eye of the Dragon: Diversity and inclusion in the light of Michaelmas.  What’s Freedom Got to Do with It? Exploring Gender, Sexuality and Identity — The Developing the Self Team, with LISA ROMERO. Edited by Sarah Hearn Walk a Mile in My Shoes, Sept. 20 to 22 registration and information Poem by Michael Givens […]

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Social Understanding, Gender, and Sexuality in the Light of Waldorf Education

A CONFERENCE WITH LISA ROMERO & COLLEAGUES open to everyone October 11-13, 2019 at Cedarwood Waldorf School 3030 SW 2nd Avenue, Portland OR learn more and register!    

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August 2019 Newsletter

Newsletter

    ARTICLES IN THIS ISSUE Summer – A Good Time for Understanding and Connecting with Conscience: Uriel is the archangel over-lighting summer, whose gesture ‘…has the effect of imparting to mankind what I might call the historic conscience…which at the present time has become uncommonly feeble.” —RS So we can imagine that summer, beginning […]

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St Johns 2019 Newsletter

Newsletter

Repent, by Sandra Burch Watercolor on paper 11″ x 14″ Given that the June newsletter focused on Whitsun, as it came somewhat later this year,  Christopher Guilfoil did not wish to let the significant St. Johns festival pass without an offering for us to ponder together.  So he has generously crafted this special edition, and Sandra […]

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