Calendar of Events
Welcome to Summer 2022! From art and music performance to outdoor excursions and stimulating conversation, there’s something for everyone at World Fellowship.
Special shout-out for Recreation with Howie every day. Join him on hikes and bikes or for swimming and kayaking. You won’t find anyone who knows the area better!
- Children’s Fellowship: Morning + Afternoon Edition
Monday-Saturday | 9:30 am – 12 pm + 1:30 pm – 4 pm
An invitation for kids ages 3-12 to learn, play, and grow together! Activities include sports, games, nature and garden explorations, crafts, and more.
- Art on the Porch
Daily | 4 pm
A daily gathering for you to be creative and express yourself with art. Activities vary and include special projects, learning a new skill from talented instructors, or simply using coloring books and crayons.
- Agg Ed!
Wednesdays | 10 am
Alongside neighbor & community member Lia Geller, visit local farms to learn agricultural specialties ranging from mushrooms to goat-milk ice cream.
- Game Night!
Mondays | 7:30 pm
*Will not occur July 4
- Friday Fun Night!
Fridays | 7:30 pm
Sing a song, showcase your superstar skills, try a new talent, or entertain with a reading. Whatever it is: bring your joy and share it! *Will not occur July 1
Summer 2022: Learn. Play. Rejuvenate. Heal.
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That Which Wishes To Articulate Itself In You with Andy
30 August @ 7:30 pm - 9:00 pm
Jewish anarchist mysticism weaves elusively through the worlds of art, politics, and religion, informing all three with the concept of do’ikayt, or “hereness.” This talk will bring together threads of the Jewish roots of the Dada and Surrealist movements as they burst into queerness with the work of Claude Cahun, William S. Burroughs and Genesis Breyer P-Orridge, and examine in particular the Cut-Up method as employed by those artists across media before examining an application of the same method to a pantheist Jewish transness through the mystical practice of gender confirmation surgery to arrive at a theory of bodily hereness. Using the writer’s own experimentation with gender and cut-up poetry to seek a nonlinear harmony with the Spinozan immanent Hashem-as-living-universe, this discussion explores the rejection of not only the gender binary but also the binary inherent in representational art to replace both with the somatic experience of fragments of the universe ricocheting off each other and being transformed by the interaction.