A Summer 2022 Series for All

Vernon Family Home

Vernon Family Home
7 Elizabeth Court
Oak Park, IL

Please enter the yard using the left sidewalk. It leads to the backyard, which is handicapped accessible. The driveway is shared and must be kept open for cars for both families. 

A Summer 2022 Series for All

Sessions will be co-facilitated by Shelby Boblick, on behalf of The Well Spirituality Center, and Br. Joseph Kilikevice, OP, on behalf of The Shem Center for Interfaith Spirituality

“The God that we were brought up on is not big enough to be God. To be both religious and spiritual, modernity must be able to absorb the notion of a cosmic and evolving God. This notion redefines the place and purpose of humanity itself. The old notions of who is in charge, who is superior and whose theology is paramount is in a state of flux. Unless, or until, this new vision comes into play, directs our hearts, guides our business, underlies our technology, the world itself is not ready to understand or survive the horizon of Newness on which it stands.”

On 6 Thursdays, we will meet outdoors in the back yard of the Vernon family at 7 Elizabeth Court, Oak Park, IL.

June 30 – Perspective & Humility
July 14 – Humor & Acceptance
July 28 – Forgiveness
Aug. 4 – Gratitude
Aug. 11 – Compassion
Aug. 25 – Generosity

Questions? Call Shelby Boblick 630-240-2765 or Christine Vernon 708-212-0645

We’ll offer just one session each listed Thursday from 1:30 pm to 3 pm. We meet in-person only. (There is no Zoom capacity.) No need to attend every session. Join as your schedule permits. No need to register in advance. We will be outside, but a restroom is available. Chairs will be provided. Bring your own beverage. Dress for theweather, and we’ll proceed if at all possible. Past sessions have been held in light rain with meaningful results.

Parking:
Please park on Kenilworth Ave or on Forest Ave. and walk ½ block to 7 Elizabeth Court. Carpooling is encouraged.

Entrance:
Please enter the yard using the left sidewalk. It leads to the backyard, which is handicapped accessible. The driveway is shared and must be kept open for cars for both families.

Shem Center for Interfaith Spirituality
708 North Harvey Avenue
Oak Park, IL 60302

(708) 848-1095
shemcenter1993@gmail.com

Photo Credits: Emory Mead, Stephen B. Starr, Joseph Kilikevice

The Shem Center for Interfaith Spirituality website is awarded a 2022 American Digital Design Award for excellence in design and user experience.

2022 American Digital Design Awards