February 5, 2020

Wednesday, 6-7:30pm


Coming to the Threshold, Our Relationship to Death   Hosted by Linda Knodle

Web of Life Church, Tucson, AZ

January 15th is the first of by-monthly conversations on the following 1st and 3rd Wednesdays of the month through spring.

We will explore our experiences with dying and death. Topics may include how we mourn, preparing for our own death, dying with confidence, body and soul care at death, home funerals, relationships between the living and the dead and topics brought by participants.

A few resources: Dying with Confidence by Anyen Rinpoche; Living into Dying by Nancy Jewel Poer; Staying Connected-How to continue your relationships with those who have died, and Life between Death and Rebirth- The active connection between the living and the dead, both by Rudolf Steiner; The Art of Dying by Patricia Weenolsen, Ph.D.; Living Consciously, Dying Gracefully by Nancy Manahan and Becky Bohan.

Linda Knodle is a celebrant who has training and experience as a hospice volunteer.  She also trained as a death mid wife and is a founding member of the National Home Funeral Alliance.  She completed the first year of the two year program in the Funeral Services Program at the Lake Washington Institute of Technology in Washington. She has lead memorial services and home funerals.

Subsequent dates: 2020   February 5 & 19, March 4 & 18

                                          April 1 & 15,         May 6 & 20

This gathering is offered for a sliding scale of $5-20 depending on income. You decide what to offer.








February 15, 2020

Wednesday, 5:00-7:00pm


Community Social and Drumming with Hosts Linda and Robert Knodle

COMMUNITY DRUMMING AND SOCIAL with Hosts Linda and Robert Knodle

Every third Saturday November through May at the Web of Life Church

Linda and Robert will bring their community drum and invite those who want to drum with us and those who want to dance to the rhythm. It will be followed by a community potluck and conversation. Linda and Robert will bring a veggie, non-dairy soup. We ask that you bring a side dish, your favorite non-alcoholic beverage and bowl and spoon.

“We have built hand drums and two community drums. Our first community drum barrel was presented to the Bainbridge Island Waldorf School fourth grade class. They soaked the trimmed elk hide and lashed the head with our help. The each made a drum mallet as well. The experience was so delightful we had to build one for us to share.”

This gathering is offered for a sliding scale of $5-20 depending on income. You decide what to offer.