Welcome to SpeakEasy. We are a progressive spiritual community of open-minded individuals sharing a message of love and engaging in conversations that promote well-being and personal growth. Whoever you are, wherever you’re from, whatever you believe, and whomever you love, you are welcome here.
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Come join us for our Easter / Spring-fest! Great message, music, a bonnet contest and egg hunt for the kids. Plus our annual Easter Bake Sale.
April brings the opportunity to examine PATIENCE as we all wait for Spring to unfold. We will continue to practice the presence in our meditation gatherings. To celebration the April fool on us all, there will be a community improv class offered. Our Voice Box story theme is Kids Fear by the Indigo Girls on April 9th. Because fear is a foolish thing. Maureen is facilitating a writing class at the Wellness House in Hinsdale on Monday nights.
Faithfulness is the ability to trust that God can set all things straight; not just some, but all. The theme this month for Voice Box story night is You Look Wonderful Tonight by Eric Clapton on May 14th at FitzGerald’s. We have special plans for Mother’s day on May 12th headed up by the SpeakEasy choir. The Course in Creating mastermind group is celebrating their completion this month as well. Please join Maureen and company for a Full Flower Moon celebration at SoderWorld on May 18th. All are welcomed to attend.
What brought you to SpeakEasy? Maureen Muldoon is a dear friend of mine, a fellow Spiritual Practitioner, and one of the most creative people I know. When she invites me to things, I’m never disappointed.
How has it made your life better doing what you do? SpeakEasy contributes to my life by being a consistent source of inspiration and good conversation.
What is your spiritual superpower? My spiritual superpower is Holding Space, which is a conscious, energetic contribution to a room full of people in service to the highest good of all.
What brought you to SpeakEasy? I was searching for church that would reflect my values.
How has it made your life better doing what you do? I’ve made great friends and SpeakEasy, and I am grateful for the experience of talking with people about their own spiritual journeys.
What is your spiritual superpower? I am a massage therapist, and I help people let go of their physical and spiritual tension.
What brought you to SpeakEasy? God brought me to SpeakEasy after years of seeking alternative spirituality.
How has it made your life better doing what you do? Joy comes from within and the teachings at SpeakEasy.
What is your spiritual superpower? Sampson’s power came from the hair on his head mine comes from my mustache. Additionally, chanting mantras and praying keeps me in fellowship with the Great Spirit.