Join us for our weekly potluck (every Sunday) and Sacred Activist Liturgy at BCSA!
What is a Sacred Activist Liturgy?
Our practices here at BCSA draw from the roots that underlie all mystical traditions and use “liturgy” as it refers to public worship, a communal response to and participation in the sacred. In sacred activism, that participation can take form in the silence we share, the response in how we answer the call to justice.
Our form is simple: a song by which to lift our voices together, a reading from which to draw inspiration, silence to connect to something greater than ourselves.
5PM - Doors open!
5:30PM-ish - We eat!
7PM-ish - We practice!
Please bring a veggie-friendly dish to share, bring a friend, come as you are! All are welcome.
Looking forward to having you here.
Meditation for Social Change
Beginning Zen instruction w/Senior Dharma Teacher Colin Beavan
Sacred Activism on the Road
Metrics for Change
Dreaming Our Visions w/Fidel Moreno
How Can I Help? Anti-racism as Practice
House Concerts with the DharmaBumz and Harmonic Insurgence
People’s State of the Union with US Dept of Arts & Culture
Revolution of Values, a celebration of MLK with US Dept of Arts & Culture
Monastic afternoons (shared silent time)
Self-Care for Activists
Holiday Giving Circles
Interspiritual contemplative ritual
Women’s truth mandala
Poor People’s Campaign
MoveOn - Canvassing for universal healthcare
Co-organized Drain the Swamp rally at Sen. Chuck Schumer’s office