evolvingconsciousnessWhat is the relationship between the dance of life and the dance of death? What are the forces that have shaped the universe and what connects the natural order as a whole? What in our evolutionary past has shaped our current experience as human beings? How might we locate emerging shifts in consciousness or worldview within the larger evolutionary journey? What hope might there be for the future of life on earth and what role will humanity play in that future? How are our views and practices of spirituality effected by our expanding knowledge of the universe and attending shifts in consciousness?

Those are some of the questions Pastor Pat Bailey will discuss with everyone in series of hour-long conversations about the challenge of trying to find meaning in our evolving social context. The talks are scheduled to take place at the Wilkinson Public Library every Thursday for nine weeks starting Thursday, June 6, 6 – 7 p.m.

Dr. Pat Bailey of Telluride’s Christ Presbyterian Church, takes a developmental and evolutionary view of faith, spirituality, and religious community. A native of Atlanta, Georgia, he was ordained in the Presbyterian Church in 1987. For 16 years, Pat served as a chaplain in the U.S. Army. He is also an Iraq War veteran. Pastor Pat holds several degrees: a Master of Divinity from Columbia Seminary, a Master of Theology in comparative religion from Emory University, and (recently) a Doctor of Ministry from San Francisco Theological Seminary. His primary professional interests are interfaith spirituality, evolutionary consciousness, nature spirituality, and accompanying others in spiritual community

To learn more about what’s in store, click the “play” button and listen to my chat with Pastor Pat.

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