Join us for the next Thrive Sunday - Indigenous Soul, Imaginal Wisdom - with guest speaker & wisdom teacher Isoke Femi, guest artist & native activist Lyla June Johnston, and the heart-opening Thrive Choir.
We are living in times calling us home to our souls, to deeper places of strength, joy, and resilience. How can we remember and reclaim the wisdom of our indigneous soul no matter what lineage we come from? How can we restore our life force - our soul force - as we reimagine and transform the world together?
What: Thrive East Bay is a community that brings people together at the intersections of belonging, meaning, the arts, and social change. Thrive Sundays are an opportunity to connect with a diverse and inspiring group of people; to be uplifted by music, singing, poetry, and story; and to experience the transformative power of community in service to a just and flourishing world.
When: Sunday, October 7 from 4 - 6pm (please arrive on time!)
Food & Connecting from 6 - 7pm
Where: First Congregational Church of Oakland (walkable from 19th Street Bart station)
2501 Harrison Street
Oakland, CA 94612
(This venue is wheelchair accessible.)