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Sharing Sacred Spaces

Building community through transformational encounter

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We are rebuilding our society with intention, and with justice, compassion, and peace as its foundation.

Upcoming Events

  • Perspectives in Sacred Space:  Architecture, Religion, and Race with William Stanley III, hosted by Dr. Michael Crosbie
    Aug 16, 7:00 PM – 8:00 PM EDT
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    Join Dr. Michael Crosbie, Dr. Vanessa Avery, and guest William Stanley III, FAIA, for a discussion on Race, Religion, and Architecture. Read the walls of sacred spaces for history, meaning, and identity.
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  • Perspectives in Sacred Space:  Gender, Race, and Religion with Maryam Eskandari, hosted by Dr. Michael Crosbie
    Sep 01, 7:00 PM – 8:00 PM EDT
    Zoom Webinar
    How do space and culture interact? This series will open the door to being able to "read" and decipher sacred landscapes from a variety of perspectives. This session will feature renowned architect Maryam Eskandari, who will talk with us about her breakthrough work on race and Islamic mosques.
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  • Perspectives in Sacred Space:  Gender, Race, and Religion
    Dec 01, 7:00 PM – 8:00 PM EST
    Zoom Webinar
    How do space and culture interact? This series will open the door to being able to "read" and decipher sacred landscapes from a variety of perspectives. The topic for this session will be announced soon! Subscribe below for updates.
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News update!
SSS wins architecture and community award from Partners for Sacred Places and Faith and Form Magazine.  

Sharing Sacred Spaces is a community-building organization that brings people together across difference in a uniquely compelling, non-threatening, and highly effective way through the medium of architecture or space. Communities inhabit and find meaning in space. And it is the space—entering the space—where we begin to be able to really hear one another's stories, beliefs, and values. It is through sharing "sacred" spaces where we develop compassion and a new, broadened, view. It is where we begin to understand the spectrum of being human in all its fullness.

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