We felt we wanted to encourage community among staff, the same as it is encouraged outside the office through CCs. A staff retreat in Feb. gave us time to think and be excited about the idea of becoming a CC. We had a lot of discussion about how to make it a real CC, not a staff function. Membership is open to current and past staff but is not required. In July, we had someone from the Jewish faith come and talk to us and then we went to Shabbat service. Next will be someone coming to talk about the labyrinth at Grace Cathedral and we will visit it, hopefully in September. We will continue doing these educational activities and hope to do projects/service at some point but don’t know what that looks like yet. We have decided that as long as about 2/3 agree on an activity and can participate, we will go forward with it. We will probably do something quarterly this year and move to bi-monthly next year, after the Global Assembly.
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Baptist, Christian Scientist, Episcopal, Roman Catholic, Secular Humanistic, Siddha Yoga
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LocationSan Francisco, CA, United States of America
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