Warmest winter greetings to all our friends in the Eastern Region!We are writing to invite you to the latest installment in our Eastern Region Video Newsletter Series which will be held via Zoom on Tuesday, February 23rd at 7:30 pm. Registration information is given below.The evening program will be as follows:Update from the Eastern Region Holding Group. We will share with you our intentions for 2021, as well as news regarding changes in leadership both at the regional and National level. Ample time will be given for any questions
or suggestions you may have regarding the work of the Society in the Eastern Region.
Update from the Fellowship Community. The Rudolf Steiner Fellowship is an intergenerational care community in Chestnut Ridge, New York. They have faced numerous challenges this year including COVID restrictions and a major fire that destroyed one of their housing facilities. We will hear how they are coping, and what they could use from the anthroposophical community.
Report from the North American Agricultural Section. Alex Tuchman will provide a brief report on the ongoing work of the North American Agricultural Section.
Study Together. We will end the evening by breaking out into small groups to discuss Rudolf Steiner’s letter to members dated February 3, 1924 on the topic of Member’s Meetings (Life, Nature and Cultivation of Anthroposophy, Letter III. Available also on Rudolf Steiner Archive at this link.We hope many of you will be able to join us as we work to weave relationships throughout the Eastern Region.On behalf of the Eastern Region Holding Group,
Angela Foster (Atlanta, GA)
Cathy Green (Nashville, TN)
Sheena Ifkovitch (Allentown, PA)
Dave Mansur (Amesbury, MA)
Gino Ver Eecke (Spring Valley, NY) Eastern Region Video Newsletter
Feb 23, 2021 07:30 PM Eastern Time (US and Canada)Join Zoom Meeting
The ASA Annual Conference and AGM ONLINE October 9-10-11 2020
ONLINE October 9, 10, 11 2020 – CLICK HERE TO REGISTER!
Within the tumult and beauty of this moment,we humbly invite you to join us October 9, 10, & 11 in our online community space for Willing The Good: Love, Action, Healing, the ASA annual conference. Speakers and workshop presenters include Thea Maria Carlson, Peter Selg, Harrie Salman, and more. Plus our first ever online art dispersal!
The committee invites you to work with The Culture of Selflessness by Peter Selg with special attention to “The Mystery of the Earth” by Ita Wegman, the Warmth Meditation and the Bridge Meditation,
Please note that the Annual General Meeting (AGM) of the ASA will also be held online the same week.
The Middle Tennessee Anthroposophy Branch will host an in person outside ,or zoom connection if you prefer , Michaelmas Festival Oct 4th 2pm-4pm at the home of Barbara Bittles. We will gather outside on the driveway for a group exploration of the spiritual being of Michael and the Michaelmas festival. We encourage everyone who attends to take 5 minutes and give an interpretation of their favorite Michaelmas experience . ( Similar to the Holy Nights gathering by the Society last year) This may be personal inner experience for the time of the year, farming activities, an artistic drawing ,Eurythmy, story , astrological , or giving Michaelmas reading. Please bring your own snacks . Drinks and plates and napkins will be provided . We look forward to enjoying our time together as we celebrate Michaelmas festival.
For information to the meeting please contact
Cathy Green firstname.lastname@example.org
Nashville rudof Steiner group willl not meet August 18th.
Meeting return September 1 .
This group meets the first and third Tuesday of the month . This groups is currently reading Love and the Evolution of Consciousness by Karen Rivers.
Zoom presentations are available. For more information please contact Cathy Green email@example.com