Welcome to Centers Gathering

Strengthening the network of centers that help create
a global culture of holistic and ecological awareness

Enjoy this unique opportunity to connect with your peers involved in other centers around the world. Share your experience, enjoy reciprocal learning, have fun and return more inspired and aware about how to successfully achieve the mission of your center...

Featured Posts

Leadership Summit at The Haven – Join Us Online!

The Haven Leadership Summit, hosted by The Haven’s Education Steering Group, is our first ever blended on-line and on-site conference. The focus of the summit is leadership at The Haven and in the world, at a time when it is vitally important to identify new models that are relational and self-responsible.

We want to be intentional in planning for the complexity of the future and are excited to explore a range of perspectives on leadership and expand our horizons.

The Power of Centers’ Gathering

Christine Lines is the coordinator of the Centers’ Gathering website, and lives and works at the Findhorn Foundation Community in the far north of Scotland. Christine is passionate about creating connections between the visionaries who work behind the scenes at these various centers.

“My first Gathering felt like a meeting of peers and like minded souls, new found friends following a similar calling, even though it sometimes feels like a crazy vocation!”

Win a ticket to the 2016 Gathering

We’re delighted to announce a contest to win a free ticket to the 2016 Centers Gathering, in partnership with Le Monastère des Augustines, Retreat Guru, NuMundo, Wise Goose and LetsGlo.

Hosted by Le Monastère in the heart of Quebec City, Canada, from 15 – 20 May, this is a unique opportunity to connect with your peers from other centers and share ideas, insights, wisdom and experience in an open and supportive environment.

The 2015 Centers Gathering in China

For the last ten days I have been in China, attending the first ever Centers Gathering to be held in Asia. It has been a rich and rewarding experience and I hope this article will give some insight into why.

The central ethos of the Gathering is that we are stronger when we work together, and our world view is one of abundance. Technically we are all competitors, and the fact that we share problems, solutions, ideas and reflections openly is deeply inspiring.