Update from the Helen Keller Center in Cambridge, MA

Rev. Sage Cole and her team at Swedenborg Chapel in Cambridge, MA, right by Harvard Square, continue their exciting and proactive work establishing the Helen Keller Center Spiritual Life Center, to be housed at the Chapel.

The Center will celebrate and continue on the legacy of one of the most notable and well-known Swedenborgians: The activist, writer and thinker Helen Keller (1880-1968), who stands out in American history as an embodiment of the Swedenborgian ideals of useful service and active faith through her passionate advocacy for women’s rights, disabled rights, racial and social equality, and non-violence, among other causes.

The Helen Keller Spiritual Life Center will provide a space for spiritual growth programs, education, non-profit and social justice work, and hopes to become a hub for many kinds of active service in the spirit of Helen Keller.

 

 

Here’s a video with a recent update, and an invitation to join the effort:

Check out Our Daily Bread’s interview with Sage below:

 

 

If you are interested in hearing more about the Center and Rev. Sage’s work around Helen Keller, you can catch her at one of her presentations! Here are some upcoming dates:

Friday, March 27th 2020 7:00 pm at the Lord’s New Church 1725 Huntingdon Rd. Huntingdon Valley, PA 19006
 
Sunday, March 22nd 2020 2:00 pm Church of the Holy City, 1118 N. Broom Street Wilmington, DE 09806
 
Wednesday, April 14th 7:00 pm Swedenborg Memorial Library at Urbana University 579 College Way, Urbana OH 43078
 
Time TBD May 18-21 2020 Institute on Theology and Disability at Western Theological Seminary 101 E. 13th St. Holland, MI 49423

 

Of course, you can find more information at the Center’s website at 

www.hkslc.org

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