A Workshop with Ana Hernández, Saturday, October 29, 2:30 to 6 p.m.

Many of us have grappled, especially in the past few years, with the painful and profound legacies that our ancestors have left us. Many of us carry a multitude of feelings about these various legacies: grief about systems of racism and oppression that they helped to build or sustain, gratitude for the examples of healing and justice that they left us, ambivalence about the stories that we remember or will never know. In this workshop, we will listen to ourselves and one another as we facilitate relationships across lines of difference, learn to play together and build our capacity to deepen our work in the larger community.  

The workshop is best suited to ages 10 and up. Masks are required in our building.  

Register here by October 24: https://forms.gle/iTaxmBr3AhmrVLdX7 OR www.saintclareschurch.org/ana-oct29

Questions: Contact Anne Clarke: revanne@saintclareschurch.org 

Ana Hernández is a composer, song leader, activist, and facilitator creating and collecting tunes to help us to be present and build loving and just community through skillful action. She teaches chanting as a spiritual practice to bring our hearts together as we learn to support one another. Working to strengthen community ties across cultural difference, her focus is on racial justice as deep inner work. Her activism is grounded in contemplative practice and presence.

Other Local Events with Ana Hernández

  • Sound and Silence: a contemplative concert at 7 p.m. on Thursday, October 27 at Canterbury House, 721 E Huron St, Ann Arbor
  • An Evening of Song: a light meal, fellowship and song at 5:30 p.m. on Friday, October 28 at Trinity, Farmington Hills. Click here for a downloadable flyer.