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New City Initiative's Executive Director Paul Schroeder addresses "Compassionate Seeing in Everyday Life" seminar on April 15, 2016

Seminars

Joyful Sharing: Giving Without Expectations

Friday, November 4, 11:30 AM-1:00 PM

First Congregational Church

Do you find yourself hesitating to give to someone living outside or to someone who has re-gifted what you gave them or sold your gift? Do you wish that you could share joyfully with others? On November 4. Paul Schroeder (MDiv) and Susanna Rempel (MSW, MPH) of New City Initiative will offer a lunchtime mini-seminar on “Joyful Sharing” at 1st Congregational UCC Church in downtown Portland. The seminar will take place from 11:30 AM – 1:00 PM. The seminar will offer simple, practical tools you can start using right away to help you share gifts with joy and from a place of abundance.

Advance registration ($10) required by November 2. Register for the seminar.

Lunch will be provided by New City Kitchen, a social enterprise that offers training and employment opportunity for people who are looking for a second chance in the workforce. Registration cost covers lunch.

Paul Schroeder and Susanna Rempel are the Executive Director and Deputy Director of New City Initiative, a nonprofit organization in Portland that fosters communities where all people can achieve their full human potential. Joyful Sharing is one of the six spiritual practices New City uses to instigate personal change and community transformation.

Intentional Welcoming is one of the six spiritual practices New City Initiative uses to instigate personal change and community transformation. 

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