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and greatest news from the Goodenough Community and Sahale!
|Honoring John Lawrence Hoff
July 07, 1935 – February 14, 2018
Founder of the Goodenough Community
Husband, Father, Grandpa, Pastor, Teacher, and Friend to Many
John died peacefully at his home at Sahale, surrounded by family and friends, after a long illness.
Calendar for Winter & Spring 2018
Dates to remember:
March 4, 2018
March 25, 2018
April 8, 2018
April 22, 2018
February 26, 2018
March 12, 2018
March 26, 2018
April 9, 2018
April 23, 2018
March 3, 2018
June 9, 2018
April 13-15, 2018
June 8-10, 2018
March 2, 2018
June 1, 2018
Celebration of John Hoff
March 17, 2018
April 26-29, 2018
Sunday, March 4, 7:00 to 9:30 PM
Barton Street Community Center (3610 Barton Street, SW, Seattle)
Tom Gaylord, Buddhist teacher, returns to help us learn about death, dying, and grieving. Come and join us if it is right for you.
Celebration of John Hoff’s Life
Saturday, March 17, 3:00 PM @ Sahale
More details to come. Please RSVP to Elizabeth Jarrett of your plans to attend.
|EcoVillage at Sahale
The EcoVillage at Sahale is a growing project and collaborative living experience where tested principles of permaculture, community growth and human development are being implemented.
Contact Irene Perler for more information.
|Articles and Announcements
Internships Are Available for the
Serious Student of Life in Community
We are seriously seeking experienced and mature interns to further
development of Sahale Retreat Center and
EcoVillage, in the following areas: farming and gardening, animal
husbandry, off-grid technology, facility maintenance and development,
and educational programs. Please contact
Irene Perler at email@example.com for details.
Seasons and Cycles in Evolving Community
by John L. Hoff
... Monica Sjoo and Barbara Mor remind us that formal histories tell the stories of governments, wars, and economics. However, the story of people, average people in ordinary jobs who are trying to be good human beings by passing forward the life-sustaining sense of community and culture, are ignored.
Where Did We Come From:
Understanding the Communitarian Movement
by John and Colette
... word community is used in a variety of ways, sometimes referring
to people and other times to a place, and still more often as a
spiritual glue that holds people together around ideas and
causes. Enjoy this informative article by 2 leaders of the
communitarian movement ...