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Mercy Ecospirituality Center

Our mission is to inspire reverence for Earth and to live in harmony with all of creation.

Upcoming Program

Praying with Sweetgrass: Re-Indigenizing our Relationship with the Creator and Natural World

Virtual Program via Zoom
February 19th, 2022
4:00 p.m. - 5:30 p.m.


We are learning to re-connect to all that surrounds us in the natural world and Indigenous people are leading the way. In Braiding Sweetgrass: Indigenous Wisdom, Scientific Knowledge, and the Teachings of Plants, Potawatomi botanist Robin Wall Kimmerer helps us to see other species as relatives. In this retreat, we will examine the main themes of Braiding Sweetgrass and further develop the spiritual implications of these relationships. Through Nicholas Black Elk, the Lakota holy man and candidate for sainthood, we will examine Indigenous spiritual insights and uncover their presence within the Judeo-Christian tradition, including a sacred Northern European plant: sweetgrass.

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A space for healing, community and reflection

At Mercy Ecospirituality Center, we've come to know our connection to nature as a spiritual practice - one that invites us to contemplate and engage with the world in an intentional way. Dedicated to developing a more insightful and meaningful relationship with self and the world around us, our community focuses on connecting people with nature and healing the earth by weaving together practices like local outreach, gardening, beekeeping, farming and sustainability. 

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