Please join us for our monthly Zoom meeting.
We’ve all experienced or provided those surprise offerings of kindness, heartfelt appreciations or guidance that have made a difference in our walk through life. At this circle we will have a pair of featured tellers to set the tone, and ample time to share stories and reflect on their meanings.
Kent Busman, a minister in the Reformed Church of America and director of Camp Fowler in the Adirondacks for the past 36 years, has used storytelling in his profession to encourage hope and wonder in the campers and others he meets on life’s journey. He is a well-known, much-loved teller at storytelling events in our Capital Region of New York.
Khalafalla Osman, a graduate of Northeastern University School of Law, served as the chaplain for Muslim Student Life on campus. He is currently a teacher at the Weekend School of the Islamic Center of the Capital District and has a passion for poetry and the arts. Khalafalla was a student in the local Children at the Well Youth Interfaith Storytelling program for 5 years and received the Capital Area Council of Churches Ed Bloch Interfaith Youth Award in 2018.
Come share your stories related to the theme, or just come to listen.
Either way, you will be warmly welcomed.
Free and Open to the Public
For more information or to register and receive a Zoom link to join our circle,
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