Deepening Oneness with the Divine and the Earth

OUR MISSION

The Center for Spirituality in Nature provides opportunities for deepening spirituality through nature, and for nurturing loving relationships with the Earth.

 
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Our Programs

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Spiritual
Experience

We offer a variety of programs, classes, walks, talks, meditative and spiritual practices and resources that provide individuals with guidance and encouragement for a regular, intimate, spiritual connection with the Earth.

Spirituality in Nature Groups (SINGs)

SING communities are forming across the nation to awaken, deepen and mindfully live out a spiritual relationship with the Divine and the natural world.

 

Wild Earth Spiritual Community

Coming from many faith traditions, Wild Earth Spiritual Community gathers regularly to honor the mutual indwelling of the Divine with the Earth through contemplative spiritual practices, music and wanderings.

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Upcoming Events

 
Finding Resilience in Nature: Wisdom from our Elders
Online Event
Wild Earth Spiritual Community
Dayspring Silent Retreat Center
Into the Darkness: The Gifts of Winter
Online Event
Entering Darkness Together: Honoring the Winter Solstice
Fletcher's Cove Boathouse
WHAT'S HAPPENING

Recent News

News Highlights

Latest from the Blog

Monday

Note from Nature

Geese appear high over us,
pass, and the sky closes. Abandon,
as in love or sleep, holds
them to their way, clear
in the ancient faith: what we need
is here. And we pray, not
for new earth or heaven, but to be
quiet in heart, and in eye,
clear. What we need is here.
Wendell BerryWhat we need is here

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Nature Corner

View our Helpful Hints video series from Executive Director Beth Norcross

Testimonials

I am constantly in a state of awe, wonder, doubt and unsure of how best to use this "one wild and precious life". Being involved with your efforts along with my contemplative pockets of time are the moments I feel I’m doing the right thing.
KENZIE RAULIN

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