Thomas Berry & Earth Community of Life 4/18/15

A Celebration of Thomas Berry and The Earth Community as One Community of Life

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Thomas Berry

Homecoming Farm will be offering it’s Fifth Annual Spring Awakening on April 18, 2015 from 9:00 am – 3:00 pm at Helen Butler Hall at Dominican Village, 565 Albany Avenue, Amityville, NY  11701. The program is entitled “A Celebration of Thomas Berry and The Earth Community as One Community of Life. The registration fee of $30 per person includes lunch.

Proceeds will benefit Homecoming Farm & Sophia Garden.   Please visit their website at www.homecomingearth.org to learn more about Homecoming Farm. For more information, contact  S. Jeanne Clark, OP, earthhomej@aol.com, 631-842-6000, Ext. 338.

This year Homecoming Farm will be celebrating the vision and legacy of Thomas Berry that lives in our hearts and our work. They will be welcoming
  • S. Miriam Therese MacGillis, OP, founder of Genesis Farm ,
  • S. Margaret Galiardi, OP, Author of Where  The Pure Water Flows,
  • S. Margaret Mayce, OP, The Dominican  NGO Representative to the UN,
  • S. Jeanne Clark, OP, Founder of Homecoming Farm and
  • Elizabeth Keihm, Executive Director of Homecoming Farm.
This  event will include presentations, media, and discussion of our shared experience of living the vision of Thomas Berry, now and into the future. 

To register, mail your name, address, email, phone number number of seats, along with your check, to Homecoming Farm, 555 Albany Avenue, Amityville, NY  11701. Please make checks payable to Homecoming. Please pre-register by April 11 to ensure lunch is available.
 
Homecoming Farm, a sponsored ministry of the Sisters of St. Dominic of Amityville  is committed to the belief that the human and natural world is one community of life. They believe when we care for the Earth, we care for ourselves, each other, and future generations while creating sustainable communities.  
Homecoming Farm, entering it’s 19th season,  is a NOFA NY LLC certified organic Community Supported Agriculture, (CSA) farm located on the grounds of the Sisters of St. Dominic of Amityville.  Members purchase shares in the farm and also participate in the donation of food to the Interfaith Nutrition Network, (The INN).

 

One Response

  1. How I would love to be there. Sis MacGillis presented an Emersion in CO years ago I attended. So meaningful to me still. -Diane

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