We are meeting regularly. Please join us! Date: 2nd Monday of each month UPCOMING MEETING:January 8th, 2018 Time: 5:30-7:00pm Place: Napa Valley Center for Spiritual Living 1249 Coombs Street in downtown Napa (across from Kohl's)
Upcoming 2018 Meetings:Feb. 12 | March 12 | April 9 | May 14 | June 11 | July 9 | Aug. 13 | Sept. 10 | Oct. 8 | Nov. 12 | Dec. 10
Build Community through Art Making - CREATING ART CIRCLES FOR PEACE
Special Thanks to those who joined us on Saturday, April 30, 2016
NV Center for Spiritual Living 1249 Coombs Street, Napa
The Hands-on Art Experience: Help Make a Napa Valley "Soul Mandala" Celebrated the Diversity & Beauty in our Valley.
Thanks to Spirit Artist Carol Lorraine and team of artists, Compassionate Napa Valley, and the NV Center for Spiritual Living. All ages were invited to decorate a leaf with their wish for peace to add to the rings on the Tree of Life.
A special "THANK YOU" to those who participated on January 18, 2016
MLK MONDAY A Day of Action and Compassion
Martin Luther King, Jr. called upon us to consider what it means to be human and what acts we can do to make the world more just and humane.
WHAT: A community gathering celebrating the life of Dr. King and continuing his legacy through a day of action & compassion. WHO: Everyone is welcome! This event is being organized by the MLK coalition - a group of non-profits, religious groups and local service organizations. WHEN: Monday, January 18, 2016 9am: Opening celebration: Martin Luther King Jr.; Remembering the Man and his Message 10am: Community service (projects last 2 or more hours)
WHERE: St. John the Baptist Catholic Church, 960 Caymus St, Napa
WHY: Because each of us alone can make a difference...and together as a community we can have a profound impact. Please bring a can (or two) of food for the Napa Valley Food Bank! For More Information, Please Visit us on Facebook: @MLK-Monday-A-Day-of-Action-and-Compassion-in-Napa
MLK Coalition – 2016: CVNL, Center for Volunteer & Nonprofit Leadership * Napa Valley CanDo * Napa County Board of Supervisors * Napa County Office of Education * City of Napa * St John the Baptist Catholic Church * Center for Spiritual Living, Napa Valley * Congregation Beth Shalom of Napa Valley * Covenant Presbyterian Church * First United Methodist Church of Napa * American Muslim Society * Roots & Shoots Napa Valley * Napa Community Seventh-Day Adventist Church * Napa Valley Lutheran Church * Napa-Sonoma Religious Society of Friends * Hillside Christian Church * Napa County Health & Human Services Public Health * Compassionate Napa Valley * First Presbyterian Church Napa * Bahá'ís of Napa * Napa Valley Unitarian Universalists * The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints * Napa Interfaith Counseling
<><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><> We recently held a VIRTUES WORKSHOP ON COMPASSION! Deepening the virtue of compassion, using principals of the Virtues Project (with Nancy Nord Kanagy) and Compassionate Napa Valley (with Mary Poeck and Laura Keller).
Compassion is deep empathy for another who is suffering or living with misfortune. It is understanding and caring. Compassion flows freely from our hearts when we let go of judgments and seek to understand.
Attendees were asked to explore their virtues. Click and view the list > Virtues: The Gifts of Character
We are Compassionate Napa Valley
As a community we intend to:
Live as compassionate beings,
Foster compassionate values, and
Inspire compassionate action in the Napa Valley
We welcome all hearts to co-journey with us as we live the "Golden Rule." We work in unity with the global aims of the Charter for Compassion in all sectors (peace and non violence, health care, business, environment, education, religion and spirituality, science and research, the arts, and governance - politics) and on behalf of all beings on the planet.
Dear Compassionate Friends,
It is with heartfelt thanks and much appreciation that Compassionate Napa Valley acknowledges the Napa Valley Register and Barry Eberlinger for the outstanding article on the worldwide compassionate movement that appeared on the front page of the June 14, Sunday edition. Click here for the link
We are very excited about the Proclamation – Declaration of Napa County as a Compassionate Community that the Napa County Board of Supervisors presented to Compassionate Napa Valley. It is big step forward in our movement toward having Napa County and the cities within the County adopt the Charter for Compassion and commit to a 10 year plan for Compassion, putting us on the “International Charter for Compassion map” so to speak.
Come join us the 2nd Monday of every month (see meeting schedule below). We welcome ALL compassionate minded people!