Looking for ideas for your Circles of Care? Below are great resources to share with you. We'll be updating this page frequently so please check back.
A reflective and powerful exercise on humility for your Circle of Care.
This Litany is a great way to open a Circle of Care meeting. Taken from the Episcopal BCP.
Article by Rachel Naomi Remen. MD
"How can I serve" not "How can I Help" - Read article as a group and discuss questions.
Attached is the Feelings Wheel exercise which can help us better develop our listening skills and help us to identify the underlying emotions to a care receiver’s feeling.
by Laura Masterson
COHI Annual Conference, June, 2016
This series of booklets brings to life and ties together the themes and values of the monastic way of life in the Benedictine tradition to assist ordinary people committed to seeking God in their everyday lives. Written by religious and lay authors familiar with the Benedictine way of life, each title provides inspirational and practical guidance on seeking God by preferring nothing to the love of Christ -- all in a topical, concise and accessible format.