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215 West Fisher Avenue, Greensboro, NC  27401 U.S.A.
Phone: 336-275-0447   
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The Enneagram: A Path for Personal and Spiritual Development: Saturday, October 25 from 9 a.m.-1 p.m. The Enneagram is a unique model of human behavior based on ancient sacred wisdom and contemporary psychology. It uses nine personality types for understanding the different ways we respond to our inner and outer worlds, thus offering a path for deeper self-awareness which leads to greater love of self and others. Keeping in mind the fluid nature of the Enneagram -- meaning how the types influence each other -- we will explore the three “Centers of Intelligence” and the nine expressions of personality found within them, including focus of attention, general basic traits and core motivations. This workshop will be helpful for those new to the Enneagram as well as those who have been introduced to it but want to expand their understanding.  Click here for more info...

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Dear Friends,

For 23 years, The Servant Leadership School has provided inspiration, wisdom and companionship for spiritual pilgrims who sense a call to new meaning and service in their lives. We envision a world transformed by God’s love for all of creation, and we believe that servant leadership is one way to help co-create that world with God and with one another. 

We offer extended courses, half day workshops, major conferences and clearness committees, as well as a variety of opportunities to engage in spiritual practices in community. We also house “The Sacred Garden Bookstore,” which carries all resources needed for any of our offerings and for your own study and enjoyment.

Our students vary in age and faith backgrounds, and our teachers are drawn from the community and represent a wide range of training and experience in spiritual formation and practice. Some people are church goers, and some are not. What everyone shares is a deep desire to know God and to make God known in daily life.

Please use this guide to learn about our classes, workshops and gatherings, and please contact us if you are drawn to this possibility but need to know more in order to respond. 


The Revs. Timothy Patterson, Susan Sherard and Ruth D. Anderson, Ph.D., Director
The Servant Leadership School of Greensboro invited theologians, musicians, nonprofits, and churches to come together and created a transformative experience at Co-Creation 2014 
(May 1-3, 2014). Co-Creation featured 
Dr. Cynthia Bourgeault, Dr. Phyllis Tickle, 
and Rev. Jon Wortmann.

For pictures of the event, check out our
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