Invitation to a Conversation of Hope for Humanity on April 28th

Dear friends,

It’s not surprising that most of us feel our civilization is in a tough place and many are struggling to find hope. This Sunday we are hosting a conversation designed to increase our hope. Please join my brother George Kinder and me for a little experiment where we’ll imagine a thousand generations into the future that there is a Golden Civilization. What does it look like? Feel like? How do people communicate, exchange goods, and govern themselves? And what else can we each do to move towards it right now?

We would love it if you would join us for this conversation about the future, and please forward this invitation to anyone you know who might contribute to or benefit from the hope we will build together.

Date: April 28, 2019

Time:  11:30 AM (you are also invited to 10:00 AM worship where George and I will be in dialogue, followed by hearty refreshments)

Location: United Church of Strafford, Vermont, On the Common

RSVP: unitedchurchofstrafford@gmail.com or 802-765-2710

These conversations have been inspired by George Kinder’s latest work, A Golden Civilization and the Map of Mindfulness, which launched globally on March 4, 2019—launching on “march forth” because it is part of a grassroots movement to bring visions for a future Golden Civilization to action now. To learn more, visit http://www.agoldencivilization.com.

Please come with your wildest dreams, ideas, hopes and most personal values to a conversation about the future.

I look forward to having you present.

Grace and peace,

Pastor Tom Kinder

Preview of A Golden Civilization and the Map of Mindfulness

Golden Civilization Conversation Flyer

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