Still Harbor
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Explore Our Work

Still Harbor believes that spirituality cultivates the depth of imagination, courage, and resilience we need to create a more kind, equitable, and sustainable world. We advance this vision by using spiritual approaches to train and support people as they work to achieve their own missions for justice and peace.

Still Harbor’s programs are designed to create authentic, justice-oriented, and peace-minded leaders for the 21st century.

We Teach

We teach the spiritual dimensions of leadership, facilitate personal and relational healing and reconciliation, and support radical idealists as they bring spirituality into their daily lives and work.

We Engage

We engage individuals who share our vision as they deepen their efforts to accompany those committed to justice and seek to teach news ways of approaching and discussing equity, peace, and healing.

 

 

leadership formation

To lead is to inspire

Train for transformation


To lead is to seek

Give Your Team a Listening ear

Movement Building

Many voices matter

Engage a new perspective


Many people matter

Bring this work To your community

 
 
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Why Spiritual?

because These areas of reflection are essential to all leaders:

Attend a Workshop, Group, Or Retreat
Bring spiritually-informed practices and processes to your community or organization
Find a Spiritual Director

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Discovering & deepening your sense of purpose

Throughout our lives, we evaluate and reevaluate how we want to live and act in the world. Despite living in an age of instant access to information and constant connectivity, feeling disconnected from a sense of purpose often makes us feel isolated, directionless, and unfulfilled. 

To discover a calling in which we find meaning demands that we explore a spiritual life that connects us to ourselves, the other, and the unknown. 

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Discerning & Aligning to Your Relationships & values

As we strive to become better social justice leaders, we recognize that we lead with our whole beings—not just our intellectual or professional skills. Serving with only part of ourselves does not allow for authentic understanding or true accompaniment. 

To develop the interior nimbleness and skill to be attentive and responsive to another requires an ability to profoundly listen to and connect with others as well as with our deepest sense of self. 

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Healing your SELF, community & world

Extended periods of stress, grief, or trauma have the potential to challenge or compromise our health and the ability to serve others well. At times, we may want to abandon our calling or find ourselves developing unhealthy coping mechanisms. 

To sustain a commitment to tend to the needs of other in service over the long-term calls on the strength of our compassion and resilience, both of which can be developed within us if they are given the appropriate attention.