• Seattle School of Theology and Psychology (map)
  • 2501 Elliott Avenue
  • Seattle, WA, 98121
  • United States

In addition to the workshop and curated conversation below, Mark will be presenting from the main stage on Saturday from 2:45- 4p.m.. 

Rooted in place together. Families have incredible potential to thrive in place-making. In this session we’ll explore skills and practices that can help you care for and connect with one another as you engage and inhabit life in the neighborhood. 

Compassionate seeing: Fresh eyes on the places where you live and work. In this facilitated conversation we'll explore practices that can help you stay curious and connected, whether you are new to a place or have lived there for decades.