The Pilgrimage Project

Initiating a series of global pilgrimages for the purpose of connecting networks of women who are committed to spiritual practice, equitable peace and social justice
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“Our purpose is to initiate a series of global pilgrimages for the purpose of connecting with networks of women who are committed to spiritual practice, equitable peace and social justice.”
Action Areas
Traditions
Buddhism, Christianity, Hinduism, Islam, Judaism, Spirituality, Unitarian Universalist
Sub-Traditions
Buddhist, Interfaith, Vedanta
Number of Members
13
Region
Location
Valdosta, GA, United States of America
Joined URI Network

Founded in 2002 by Linda Benet Elder, a former trustee of the Multiregion, the Pilgrimage Project CC's purpose was to initiate a series of global pilgrimages for the purpose of connecting with networks of women who are committed to spiritual practice, equitable peace and social justice.

The group is no longer active and we thank Linda for her work as a peacebuilder and an advocate for women. Contact multiregion@uri.org for more information, or to identify similar Cooperation Circles in the URI network.

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Stories

Mayapur will be very different in many ways…

As I meditated on the Global Assembly in Rio in 2002 the following memories came to mind…the first image is that of light and laughter...and the sound of Brazilian music….then multiple marvelous shades of green punctuated by rich vibrant color of the landscape as well as the beautiful smiles, faces and colorful clothing of members of the human family from all across the globe.