Join the Still Harbor community for a casual meal (potluck style!) followed by a program focusing on the intersection of spirituality and social justice. We’ll share dinner, contemplative time, and conversation.
Take a break to connect with friends and your spirit of service.
Still Harbor's Perry Dougherty will facilitate this offering. If you have any questions, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org. This program is offered free of charge. We encourage you to make a donation in order to help us keep our programs accessible to all.
Bring a side dish or dessert to share, bring a friend—or just bring yourself!
Perry Dougherty is the Director of the Institute for Spiritual Formation & Society of Still Harbor. She has a background in corporate training and development as well as non-profit development, communications, and management with social justice organizations. Perry brings an informed perspective on pedagogy and learning, which she studied at Washington University in St. Louis in receiving her bachelor's degree in Social Thought and Analysis with a specialization in the Sociology of Education. Perry was ordained as an Interfaith Minister in June 2014 by One Spirit Interfaith Seminary. She brings her personal interests together through her service by exploring where creative expression and narrative meet spirituality and social justice.