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Sat, Oct 03


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TOLIS 1st Council Meeting

GROW Community Power

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TOLIS 1st Council Meeting
TOLIS 1st Council Meeting

Time & Location

Oct 03, 2020, 10:00 AM – 2:00 PM PDT

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About the Event

The first ever TOLIS Council Meeting: GROW Community Power


TOLIS Council Meeting with Leadership Training will be on Oct 3 from 10-2 PST, 11-3 MST, 12-4 CST, or 1-5 EST

Network with others! The first 1.5 hours will be the meeting part where we introduce the TOLIS association and share what we're each doing. This is the time where the members that show up to represent either their Work or their group's Work will have an opportunity to network with us and tell us about what they're up to. This is time for planning how the TOLIS can be encouraged to grow and to each be able to tap into the Wisdom of your fellow leaders for advice and/or help.

Leadership Training Opportunity! We will continue to work with our acronym "G.R.O.W." in the Leadership training set for the final 2 hours. We will have a 30 min break in between the 2 sessions. People can be free to come for one or both of the sessions. They will occur in the same Zoom meeting room, just as we ran the Summit. Our Main Sanctuary Servant, Sarah Heartsong, will facilitate the training inviting Teachers in attendance to step up with a brief (3-5 min) Teaching, Story, or Poem to supplement our understandings of each element of GROW (Grit, Relationships, Ownership and Wonder) with reflection time, as we did with the Leadership Summit we held in July, simply shorter. If you would like to help present a portion of the "G.R.O.W." training please contact our Main Sanctuary Servant, Sarah Heartsong, directly. We encourage each group with TOLIS to please send a representative. This is how we GROW together!

This is open and free to all TOLIS members even as we always will encourage a donation to help further our Work if possible.


Membership with the TOLIS requires a contribution in kind. Please donate (if you haven't already) and register completing the membership questions. If you were part of our TOLIS Leadership Summit, or joined another time and have contributed at least $10 in this past year, you have joined and do not need to pay more, although we appreciate all contributions that help with our Work! Please use our PayPal link to contribute or contact us at to discuss alternative contributions.

How to Register

  1. Make your contribution for your registration via our PayPal Account with the name you are registering as. 
  2. Please register using the "RSVP" link below.

Your registration will not be considered complete until both the registration form and your contribution have been received (or you are already a member in good standing having contributed already this year).

PLEASE NOTE: Due to the nature of this event there will be no refunds given for donations.

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iRev. Sarah Heartsong attends the Council meetings from Erosia in Shelton, Washington, one of our TOLIS Land Sanctuaries. Sarah is an ordained priestess (over 25 years of Sacred Service), the founder of the Tree of Life Interfaith Sanctuary (TOLIS), currently holding the title of Main Sanctuary Servant, and is the Lady of the Land of Erosia. She holds a BA in Religion/Global Studies, and a MA in Communication Studies. She is also a professional artisan with Heartsong Healing Arts’ Rare Earth Designs, which you can find at Heartsong Healing Arts and Rare Earth Designs and on Etsy.  

Best contacts are though email at or and available for text/phone at 575-640-8506. Sarah spends most of her days running Rare Earth Designs, making sacred art and tools, writing her books, which some are now out, and developing her Land Sanctuary, 13 acres in Shelton, WA with a Goddess Blessing Tree. (Among other projects)

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Joshua Rex, M.A., M.A.T., is a Mindfulness Coach and Teacher Trainer, working with individuals and organizations to design mindful approaches, routines, and techniques to support people in achieving their academic and professional goals, weaving in Social Emotional Learning through the Arts, Music, and Movement.

Joshua has worked in and around the classroom, working in after-school programs, childcare centers, and behavioral health organizations, providing scaffolded supports for children and adult learners. 

   Currently Joshua offers guidance and training in creating safe and predictable learning environments that are trauma-informed, and are grounded in restorative justice work.

   Joshua Serves as the President of the Board for the TOLIS.

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