Tulsa Peace Fellowship

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Announcing new course for Fall 2012: Engage - Exploring Nonviolent Living, to start Sept 17th

TPF is pleased to announce that we're accepting new registrations for the upcoming course entitled "Engage: Exploring Nonviolent Living."
TPF is accepting STUDENTS NOW for this 12-step program exploring non-violent strategies.
The course will start Monday 17th Sept 2012, and run for 12 weeks, with classes held at the UU Church of the Restoration, 1314 N. Greewood Ave., Tulsa, 74106.
The textbook for the course will be: Engage: Exploring Nonviolent Living published by Pace e Bene.The course is open to anyone interested. However, places are limited, with class size set at between 12-to-16 students, maximum.
“A 3-month commitment towards personal transformation.”
The course will be co-facilitated by a mother-daughter team, namely Susan Singh and her daughter Neera Singh. The latter has extensive experience with the Fellowship of Reconciliation (FOR). See the organization's website: http://forusa.org/ “Since 1915, the Fellowship of Reconciliation (FOR) has carried on programs and educational projects concerned with domestic and international peace and justice, nonviolent alternatives to conflict, and the rights of conscience.”
The cost for the course will be $35 per person; the cost will include a personal copy of the textbook. To register for the course, please send your name and contact details, including email, plus a check made out to "The Tulsa Peace Fellowship", to arrive by the enrolment deadline (deadline for registrations is now extended to 11th September 2012).  For further info, contact the the TPF Sec'y/Treasurer by email tpf.918@gmail.com
Please talk up the course among those you think might be interested in participating. We need people who will see the course through to the end.
Engage: Exploring Nonviolent Living — Foundations for Nonviolent Change:
Engage is Pace e Bene’s foundational curriculum. It invites participants to deepen the nonviolent life and to build a more just and peaceful world.

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Comment by Jean Mcmahon on September 17, 2012 at 1:27pm

I found the time:7pm til 9 pm

Comment by Jean Mcmahon on September 17, 2012 at 1:06pm

What time is tonight's class??  I hope to attend tonight



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