Each topic has been designed to promote discussion.
Episodes are set in modules that cover big topics in a few ways.
Each week's video arrives with resources for further study.
Personal reflection and journal-writing are encouraged.
Informally or formally,
Talk about what you learn here
in parish groups in person or online or
with families or friends over a meal or by phone.
Be the Spark.
Spread the Spirit Fire.
Anyone (yes, even you) can create a virtual group with whom to view and discuss episodes - and find ways to bring what you learn to improve your parish, diocese, and community. There are many options, but here are a few of our favorites, with a how-to we liked.
Where possible, broadcast host, Teresa Pitt Green is glad to drop in when your parish or faith group has a virtual discussion of one of the episodes to the degree time and comfort levels permit.
Workable free options, with breakout sessions for large groups
Great free chat option, and video/phone options too
Groups and posting options, with huge pool of possible attendees
Casual and easy, visual video
Free options for telephone-only group calls
Worthwhile tool for groups to refresh to polish up welcome skills
We have established guidelines for ways to keep your group safe for all attendees, with special emphasis on keeping survivors safe from re-wounding and others safe from vicarious wounds, too. Let's not make anyone feel a greater wound, please. Try our guidelines and learn to set gentle but firm boundaries.
Here's a quick prep for facilitating a meeting where you can't see all the typical visual cues.