The core team of Network Weavers has been working hard to evolve and improve the functionality of the WTR Network website and expand the services it provides to meet the needs of our global community. As part of this process, we’re reaching out to our community members from around the world for feedback on the website and gathering an international focus group to evaluate new design and functionality as we upgrade the site.
Your skills and talents are needed! Please help us co-create a thriving future for the Work That Reconnects by engaging in one of the Network’s committees – Facilitator Support, Regenerative Finance, Communications, Webinars and Conversation Cafés Program, and Deep Times Journal. These working groups help guide the development of the Network as we respond to the evolving needs of our worldwide community.
Dear WTR Network family and friends, We’ve been feeling a strengthening and deepening of the Work recently. So many of us, from all around the world, have joined in virtual […]
I’ve been running and facilitating an international online group since the pandemic began last year. The amount of connection, intimacy, support, growth, and inspiration (across international boundaries!) that has transpired over the five seasons has been incredible.
What is sacred to you? How does the sense of the sacred help us live in harmony or give us strength for activism? How are you grieving the loss of […]
As our yearly Earth journey around the sun continues, daylight hours in the southern hemisphere grow shorter as they lengthen in the north. We are half-way between solstice and equinox. […]
The Work That Reconnects Networkis asking for your support for ourwork in the Great Turning Dear Friends of the Work That Reconnects, Deep gratitude for your support of the Work […]
Jolie Elan, a Work That Reconnects facilitator and community member, died unexpectedly on November 30, 2020 in her Ashland, Oregon home. She had been recently diagnosed with advanced ovarian cancer […]
For this youth-led issue of Deep Times
How many workshops and/or events WTR focused do you run a year? I typically hold about 8 – 10 workshops a year. Are other facilitators in your area? Who are […]