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Trillium Community Call

April 20 @ 10:00 am - 11:30 am PDT

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Please join us as we continue our ongoing co-creation of a thriving community where each member is not just empowered, but also a source of empowerment.

We have news to share about several new initiatives which are fueled by the individual talents and energies of community members.

Our monthly gatherings help catalyze a shift towards deeper engagement, mutuality, and collaboration. We connect deeply with each other, and with ourselves, enriching the heart-space of our community.

Come join us in a place where your thoughts and suggestions matter, and where we enjoy spending time with friends both old and new.

We would be delighted to see you.

All community members are welcome.

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COMMUNITY CALLS

On the Community Calls, we’ll be doing connecting activities in breakout rooms, so we can open and join our hearts in playfulness. We’ll hear updates about our community-building initiatives. Sometimes we’ll do another polarity practice together, which can be dynamic and strengthen our capacity to hold and live in the Paradox.

Zoom Information
https://us02web.zoom.us/j/7153371841?omn=86546945463
Meeting ID: 715 337 1841

We very much hope you’ll attend the Community Calls and join this exciting time to come together in mutuality with others from the Trillium community. Please come and contribute your ideas!

With gratitude and love,

The Community Building Working Group
Bill Epperly
Bob Epperly
Debi Bailey
Francesca Blackstock
Cynthia Wolley
Jim Trofatter

The mission of the Trillium Awakening Community Building Working Group is to co-create a thriving community, in which each member is not just empowered, but also a source of empowerment, committed to Trillium Awakening’s mission. Our strategy encourages organic growth, fueled by the individual talents and energies of community members. We do not seek to change Trillium’s teachings or organizational structure, but to catalyze a shift towards deeper engagement, mutuality, and collaboration.