The Carthage Meditation Club is a group of students who come together to explore meditation and self-reflection. The club is not affiliated with any religion, and the members who attend come from many different backgrounds. Each week, students gather in the Potente Chapel to share silence together, and as a result they find a way to relieve stress as well as learn more about themselves and each other. At various points throughout the semester, meditation leaders from the Kenosha-Racine community attend meetings and explain their experiences and strategies for meditating to the club members. Meditation Club hosts an annual Mala bracelet sale. The proceeds go to the HOPES Center.
The Potente Chapel (by the Oaks Circle) on Mondays at 7 p.m.
What are some of your org's major events and activities?
Meditation club meets weekly to meditate together and gain new insights into different types of meditation. The club also does an annual Mala bracelet fundraiser every spring to raise money for the HOPES Center.
Why should people join this organization?
Meditation Club allows for great personal growth through meditation. It offers the opportunity to learn about new meditative techniques. It also provides everyone with a community to belong to and share their experiences with.
Who can join?
All are welcome to join meditation club. The club offers a safe space for all to enjoy meditation.
Prof. Aaron Trautwein, email@example.com