Inspired by the lives of Francis of Assisi and Joanna Macy, Canticle Farm is an intentional, intergenerational community living in eight houses around a large garden in Oakland, CA, location of the indigenous Huchin village of the Chochenyo-speaking Lisjan Ohlone people, and on 100 acres in Calaveras County, Sierra Miwuk territory. We are a community of practice, experimenting at the intersections of faith-based, social-justice-based, and Earth-based nonviolent activism. The Spiral of the Work That Reconnects is intimately woven into our life in community as we work to heal and transform historical and present-day trauma across differences, especially that of race, gender, class, sexual orientation, religion and age. We act as a platform for the Great Turning, which is served by Canticle Farm through our local work and support of national and international movements for social and environmental justice.