Virtual art gallery

We have launched a new virtual art gallery!


We hope you will enjoy our first show titled "Together Alone" featuring brand new works by Samela & Patrick St. Pierre.

all classes now livestreamed

There will be no in-person classes until it is safe to return in-person. However, we still want to connect with you. We will be live-streaming all our regularly scheduled classes and have added some new ones. 


Click to view our schedule of classes and Zoom links.


a radical exploration of race and resilience

We are excited to offer this 8-week course for a second time!
Beginning January 2021.

This  program encourages intentional anti-racism work through a multifaceted approach anchored in mindfulness, education, and action. Mindful Anti-racism is rooted in the work of many including Ruth King, author of Mindful of Race. Psychoeducational programming will address a variety of relevant topics such as how racism is ingrained 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. Participants will build connection and engage in discussion as part of weekly breakout session. All work will be rooted in self-inquiry, mindfulness practices, embodied movement, and trauma-informed action. Learn more and join the waitlist here.


monday morning meditation

9:30AM EST

Start the week off with an opportunity for centering and reflection. This 20-minute session with start with a brief reflection on a theme, followed by a guided meditation and a few minutes for sharing.


Visit our Live-Stream Page for the link to join in via Zoom.

virtual thanksgiving interfaith service

Hosted by the Framingham Interfaith Community Association

Join us on Tuesday, Nov 24th at 7:00pm

This service will be live-streamed via Zoom. To join in, click on the link to the left.


The password for this service is interfaith.

partner program

honoring the elders interview project

We are very excited to be joining Transition Framingham in this project.

The goal of this project is to conduct interviews with Framingham resident elders 65+ to capture stories from an earlier time when energy usage was lower and people had different life skills. By learning from the past, we can learn lost skills to help guide us forward.  

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

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