Anne Goodwin is a clear, warm, and creative facilitator of the Work That Reconnects. She has led the WTR in day-long and weekend workshops, and also as a guest speaker for religious services and in settings where her work as a climate activist take her. She is a singer and song leader with a large and wonderful repertoire for the WTR. She is a member of the Interhelp Council, which supports communities of practice in the Northeast, and is interested in the growing edges of power, privilege and oppression in the WTR.
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What year did you begin facilitating the Work That Reconnects?
I've led a four-week evening workshop for women at my church, co-led two day-long introductory workshops in the Boston area, been the songleader for a 5-day intensive, and am about to help lead a weekend in late October at Rowe with Kirstin Edelglass, then a weekend at the Interhelp Gathering in November, and then another one-day introduction in Boston. I have also used the Milling/4 Abodes in place of the sermon as a guest speaker at UU churches two times, and have also used the same practice at a day-long climate activists meeting for Mothers Out Front.