with Joe Grant
Wednesday, March 30, 7:00 - 8:30pm, via Zoom
We cannot save Earth.
We can let the land reclaim
and welcome us home. Joe Grant, Scratchings
All creation is crying out with an urgent appeal.
Join us for a reflective presentation including readings and insights from Joe Grant’s poetic writings that explore the re-wilding of our souls and re-grounding of our soles to restore our loving relationship with land.
Contemplating untamed wonders and spacious sky, poets, artists, mystics, and primal communities affirm nature as our native sanctuary, holy ground whereupon we commune with multiple mysterious and apparent dimensions of being. Here we find hermitage not in a remote ‘holy house’ or shelter, but in the wide-open that welcomes us home.
Registration: HERE or by calling 502-614-5616. This is a reprise of the February 15th offering by the same name.
Cost on a Sliding Scale: $25, $35 or $45 – which includes a copy of Joe’s latest collection of poems and reflections, Scratchings. Your free copy can be available picked up at DGCEC or mailed to you for a small fee – please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
A native of Scotland, Joe Grant received a Master of Divinity from Catholic Theological Union, Chicago. For over 35 years, Joe has worked in various ministry settings in Europe, Latin America, and the U.S., where he received national recognition for his work with young people as well as the spiritual programs he developed for adults. Currently Joe serves on the Spiritual Direction staff for the St. Luke Center. Co-founder of CrossRoads Ministry in inner-city Louisville (2000-21), Joe is co-founder and director of the newly established Holy Hills Hermitage in rural Kentucky. He has authored numerous books and articles on poetry, scripture, justice, and spirituality. Visit Joe’s blogsite https://engagedpresence.wordpress.com/