There will be no in-person classes on the Open Spirit campus until it is safe to return, however, we still want to connect with our community. We will be live-streaming all our regularly scheduled classes and have added some new ones. 

Please visit our Live-Stream Page to view all our classes and link to their live-stream via Zoom.

Sep 28, 2020

9:30am Led by Debbie Clark

Monday Morning Meditation



Start the week off with an opportunity for centering and reflection.  Debbie willoffer a brief reflection on a theme, followed by a guided meditation and a few minutes for sharing. The whole thing will be about 20 minutes, so it can mark the start of your week, or if you are an early-riser, a mid-morning break!

The theme from Sept. 21st to Oct. 19 will be "Transforming our Lives: Release, Evolve, Create"--getting us thinking and reflecting on the theme of our upcoming Weekend of Spirit virtual retreat.


To join in:

Passcode: open

Class starts September 13th

Mindful Anti-racism: A Radical Exploration of Race and Resilience

Registration has closed for this course. Please inquire with Debbie Clark if you would like to register.

This eight-week virtual program encourages intentional anti-racism work through a multifaceted approach rooted in mindfulness, education, and action. This program is rooted in the work of Ruth King’s work "Mindful of Race". The program includes discussion based work through Racial Affinity Groups.


Psychoeducational programming will address a variety of relevant topics including addressing how racism exists in systems (education, criminal justice) as well as how we can best equip ourselves to do the work of anti-racism in a way that is sustainable and impactful. Educational components will address both theory and practice. All work will be rooted in self-inquiry, mindfulness practices, and embodied movement.  Taught by Dr. Danielle Rousseau and Dr. Kelsey Evans-Amalu.


Registration deadline is September 1. Email questions to

We ask for a registration fee of $20. We encourage participants to make an additional donation to support this program, if you are able. Suggested donation: $60-140 (or $10-20 per session, including the registration fee), more if you can, less if you can’t. Cost should not be a deterrent! Participants must also obtain the required reading Mindful of Race by Ruth King. 


Thank you to our co-sponsors of this program: Edwards Church Board of Wider Missions, JFS of Metrowest, First United Methodist Church, Wesley Methodist Church, The Plymouth Church in Framingham, Community Chaplaincy Council, Just Peace Players, Metrowest Nonprofit Network, Lutheran Church of Framingham, and the Metrowest Interfaith Dialogue Project.

Please open the PDF to  read the full description of the course.

Throughout the summer. In partnership with Transition Framingham

Honoring the Elders Interviews Project

Open Spirit is very excited to be joining Transition Framingham in the Honoring the Elders Environmental Interviews Project.

The goal of the project is to have people interview Framingham resident elders (65 years old and better) to capture stories from an earlier time when people used less energy and had different life skills. By learning from the past, we can learn “lost skills from the past” in order to guide us forward.

This project provides a great opportunity to connect with someone and deepen your relationship to them and to the Framingham community.

For more information about being an interviewer or if you are 65+ and would like to be interviewed, please email

Oct 23, 2020

Save the Date

Virtual Art Show - Weekend of Spirit Kickoff

Weekend of Spirit will kick-off with a virtual art show featuring original works by artists Samela St. Pierre and Patrick St. Pierre.

More details coming soon!

Oct 24, 2020

Save the Date

Weekend of Spirit

Save the date to join us for Weekend of Spirit 2020!

Transforming Our Lives: Release, Evolve, Create

We hope you will join us for this year's live-streamed Weekend of Spirit. 

We are excited to announce our keynote speaker will be Dr. Liseli Fitzpatrick. Dr. Fitzpatrick is a visiting lecturer on African studies at Wellesley College. She is passionate about cultivating sacred consciousness, not limited to religiosity, and is a cultural enthusiast at heart. Her penchant for spirituality paired with her altruistic spirit informs her life path and dedication to humanity.

This year's event will also feature workshops on Qi-gong, journaling, meditation, mindful anti-racism and more.

Look forward to a lunchtime concert, recipe cook-a-long and be able to participate in a community art project.

More information and registration coming soon!

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