These activities are for members as well as all interested friends.

Dear Holy Nights Friends,
We are writing to you with big news. Why are you the first to know? Because you are our pioneers!
Last year during the Holy Nights you tried something innovative with us…and now
we are excited to share our newest program with you!
This fall you can join our first ever year-long online course, Applied Anthroposophy. It is designed for beginners and those with “beginners mind” who want to explore anthroposophy. From September through May, we will dive deeply into four core themes ~ Freedom, Love, Initiative and Service ~ through the lens of current events, biography work, Leading Thoughts presentations, and small group work.
Each month Leading Thoughts presenters, including Rev. Patrick Kennedy, Lisa Romero, Carrie Schuchardt, and Dr. Lakshmi Prasanna, will offer insight and inspiration in the context of the urgent matters of our time. Chrysalis Groups of 12-16 people will meet every other week to deepen the connection with these themes through conversation, journaling, art, and personal exploration with facilitators like Chris Burke and Anne de Wild. Two introductory sessions with Alex Tuchman and Sherry Wildfeuer will offer an engaging overview of anthroposophy to start off the course.
To make Applied Anthroposophy accessible around the country (and the world), the entire course is live online through Zoom. All Leading Thoughts presentations will be recorded and can be watched anytime, anywhere. You can register for the full program, the Leading Thoughts only, or just the Introductory Sessions! 
We hope you are as excited as we are about this new anthroposophical journey! Go to appliedanthroposophy.org for a sneak peek at all the course elements and to register for the course. And please share this email with your pioneering friends! 
With love and gratitude,
The Applied Anthroposophy Team
Linda Bergh, Chris Burke, Anne de Wild, Angela Foster, Tess Parker, Laura Scappaticci, and Jordan Walker