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You are considered registered for a program at the Franciscan Renewal Center (FRC) only when your payment is received. In the event of a program cancellation, the FRC does not assume responsibility for airfare and transfer fees.
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All programs and retreats (unless otherwise noted) are offered on site at the Franciscan Renewal Center, 5802 E. Lincoln Drive, Scottsdale, Arizona 85253. Registrants are responsible for the cost of travel to/from the Franciscan Renewal Center.
For guests who opt to stay overnight, a check-in and check-out time will be provided to you following confirmation of your registration and before the date of the program or retreat.
Generally, check-in time for retreats is 5:00 pm, dinner is served at 6:00 pm, and the retreat concludes with lunch on Sunday unless otherwise specified.
Your Questions
Contact the Front Desk at 480.948.7460 between 7:30 a.m. - 7:30 p.m. Mon-Sat; 7:30 p.m. - 8:30 p.m. Sunday
Customer Service inquiries to amy@thecasa.org, 480.948.7460, x 132 or or 800.356.3247
April 2017 : Program Details
 
Sat, Apr 29
9:00am - 5:00pm
Mark Klym
Bonnie Wasniewski
Circles of Peace Workshop – An Introduction
Registration Open
Mark Klym and Bonnie Wasniewski

The “Circle” process is an old approach, developed and used in Native American cultures of the United States and Canada. Its adaptation to the criminal justice system developed in the 1980’s.

 

We have taken the concept of Circles and developed a new approach to Peacemaking. The process makes it possible for civil dialogue to happen.

 

The Circle process is especially useful for:

• Blended families

• Teachers/Principals

• Supervisors

• Neighborhood issues

• People in Leadership  

In this workshop, the basic hows and whys of the circle process will be demonstrated. You will have the opportunity to learn the Circle process both as a participant and leader.

 

The Circle process is recommended to use for building community, resolving conflicts and promoting respectful dialogue among people with differing points of view.

 

Bring a friend and/or family and learn the Circles of Peace together.

 

Fee Per Person: $75, includes lunch. Pre-registration is required.  

Regular Registration Fees
$75.00 Commuter (None Available)
Program Code: 17SNV35813
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