Soul Care in the Margins

Monthly on the 2nd Tuesday 11:00 AM to Tuesday, September 10, 2024 12:00 PM

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Are you desiring a deeper spiritual connection with God?   

Do you yearn to share deeper soul connections with others who identify as LGBTQIA+?

Are you feeling alienated from the church but still find encouragement in your faith as a beloved of God?

If so, Rolling Ridge invites you to join our online drop-in group, "SoulCare in the Margins," focused on the nurture and care of LGBTQ+ persons.

"SoulCare in the Margins" is a monthly gathering of men and women who share mutual connection, encouragement, and insight through personal stories, generous listening, and guided spiritual contemplative practices all in a safe and confidential environment.  

"SoulCare in the Margins" meets ONLINE on the second Tuesday of each month from 11 a.m. – 12 noon (eastern).
There is no registration cost to participate, simply REGISTER to receive the Zoom link.

About the leader(s)

John Kiemele

Facilitator: John Kiemele, PhD, is a wellbeing educator and spiritual director who companions individuals, teaches various seminars and lifestyle classes, leads contemplative retreats, and also serves as Program Director at Rolling Ridge. With a focus on contemplative soul care, John walks alongside individuals and groups assisting them with life-giving connections and wellbeing practices. Recognizing how intentional pausing and deep listening unlocks life, John strives to engage the whole person – body, mind, soul – in the lifelong process of living well. He is Director Emeritus of a dispersed community of contemplative companions in the greater Seattle area called Selah Center, former Executive Director of SoulStream Initiatives in western Canada, and is an ordained clergy having served congregations across the US and Canada. John received his PhD in education/spirituality with post-doctoral emphases in Spiritual Direction, Mindful Self-Compassion, the Enneagram Spectrum, and Wellness Coaching.