Artist Katherine Skaggs will offer individual Soul Portraits (1-hour sessions) on Monday, May 8 and Tuesday, May 9 from 9a – 7p. The cost of a session is $225. They’ll be held in the Bodhi Community Space at 1356 W. Augusta Blvd. Note: after scheduling your session, you’ll receive confirmation with a link to complete payment.Register Read More
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You don’t want to miss this special event on Sunday, April 2nd when renowned poet Kevin Coval visits Bodhi as part of the release of “A People’s History of Chicago,” his new book of poems celebrating Chicago’s 180th birthday this year. He’ll take the stage during our Sunday Celebration service, then stop by our Community Space afterward for a reading and discussion. Read More
Don’t miss this powerful celebration on Sunday, May 7th as we kick off our May series, “Your Moment,” featuring the release of the newly recorded album by our own Bodhi house band! Plus, we’ll celebrate the two year anniversary of Rev. Lola’s installation as Spiritual Director. Here was a behind-the-scenes sneak peak of the album being made from Rev. Lola. Read More
Having awakened to a greater vision of community, creativity and consciousness, Haman Cross, Bodhi’s Coordinator of Creative Arts, is ready to share who he is and how the Universe is expressed in his talent and abilities. It is a responsibility that he embraces. Join him on this exploration of sharing, revealing and celebrating the visual arts, spirituality and Oneness beginning Friday, February 17th through Saturday, March 11th. Read More
Please join us Sunday, February 12th from 11:30 – 1p in Burnside Hall for the Healing Arts Fair hosted by the Healing Ministry. Get your body moving with a Qigong demonstration to kick off the event. Enjoy free samples + demos of healing arts including: Spiritual Counseling, Hypnosis, Chiropractic, Nutrition, Reiki, Essential Oils, Acupuncture, Oneness Blessings, Energy Healing, and more! Read More
We are committed to being the Beloved Community within our four walls as well as creating that in the world. Dr. King taught that the Beloved Community can be achieved through an unshakable commitment to nonviolence. We march as a Truth Force to advance social change, knowing that freedom is the birthright of every living soul.
Meet Rev. Lola, Christine, and Abby at Barnes & Noble located at 1 E. Jackson Blvd. We will assemble at 9:15a and leave promptly at 9:30a. The Women’s March on Chicago begins at 10am at Petrillo Bandshell in Grant Park.
To find out more, check out the website: http://womens121marchonchicago.org/.Meet at Barnes & Noble at 1 E. Jackson Blvd.
Assemble at 9:15a, leave promptly at 9:30a
Regsiter Photo credit: Andrew Bossi via flickr
On January 8th, we’re celebrating “Bring A Friend Day.” So bring a friend—or friends!—to help inspire others and grow our community.January 8th, 2017
Take a selfie with your friend (or friends!)
Post to social media using the hashtag #eachonebringone
Racism. Ouch! Just the word creates so many images and ideas, pain, discouragement. One of the most common reactions to the word is to withdraw immediately as if from a hot stove. But we are here to BE the beLOVEd Community. So maybe, just maybe, we might have to get a little bit uncomfortable to be the architects of change we are here to be. Read More