OUR MISSION

Celebration Circle is an inclusive, multi-faith community with a creative approach to spirituality. 
We gather to honor and nurture the Sacred in ourselves, each other,
and all of Creation.

WHAT WE BELIEVE

Gather Together

We gather to remind ourselves and each other of who we truly are  – and who we are capable of becoming.

All of us – including you - have something valuable to contribute to the co-creation and narration of this exciting New Story! 

Writing a New Story

We believe there is a powerful New Story being born in the midst of our dominant culture. It’s an amazing story of love, peace, sustainability and inter-connection. We choose to nurture this Story by incorporating our personal insights with those offered by the major faiths and wisdom traditions: Buddhist, Christian, Hindu, Jewish, Muslim, Native American, Taoist, and Pagan, as well as contemporary science, psychology,  and the Recovery Movement.

Sacred Art

 We gather to experience our deep connections to ourselves, each other and the Web of Life through creative and co-creative expressions of spirituality. Our gatherings take a variety of forms, but share a common goal: to foster the process of conscious evolution through the sacred arts.

GETTING TO US

Right now we are meeting only online due to COVID-19 and the best interests of everyone. Visit our Facebook Page for live events. 

When it is safe to meet again, we will continue to meet at SAY Sí.

THE COUNCIL OF STEWARDS

Celebration Circle is led by a governing body called the Council of Stewards who guide and consult on all major decisions. In general, the Council meets monthly (sometimes but not always) on the third (sometimes but not always) Sunday afternoon, at 2:00 pm.

 

Please contact us for more information if you are interested in attending a meeting, working on a committee, or serving on Council: circle@celebrationcircle.org.

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The people who gathered that Sunday morning came from a variety of faith traditions, but shared a common longing to create new expressions of spiritual understanding. The group continued to meet weekly, and Celebration Circle received official recognition of 501(c)(3) tax exempt status on March 24, 1997.​
 

Celebration Circle has gathered in a variety of locations over the years, and we have been visited by many friends. Since our inception, we have had no membership requirements, believing that the designation of members/non-members creates a sense of division contrary to the consciousness of Oneness we choose to foster. 

OUR HISTORY

Celebration Circle began on January 19, 1992 when Rudi Harst, Zet Baer, and a few like minded friends gathered at The Harbor, a small building on the edge of Brackenridge Park, in San Antonio, Texas. 

SUPPORT US

Celebration Circle is an independent 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization funded solely by contributions.