Jubilee! Circle is a circle of spiritual seekers offering inspiration, affirmation, healing and service by endeavoring
to live fully, love wastefully and awaken to our true, divine self.

Jubilee! Circle is a progressive, inclusive community, influenced by Creation Spirituality, ecumenical, feminist, and traditional Christian theologies. We are affiliated with the Jubilee! Community in Asheville, N.C.

We ground ourselves in creation spirituality that begins not in that dark place of original sin, but in that bright place of delight -- that Original Blessing where God created this infinite universe, this blue boat we call home, all the creatures upon it and finally we hard-headed humans, and proclaimed it all to be very good. God continues to delight in all of creation and invites us to do so, as well.

We respect and value each person's spiritual path. Whether you come from a church background, a religious background other than Christianity, or no religious background at all, you are welcome here. Join us!

Meeting days: Sunday
(every first Sunday is Potluck!)

Meeting time: 11 a.m.

Meeting place: 2730 Millwood Avenue, Columbia, SC

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Retired Episcopal Bishop John Shelby Spong recently remarked: "Christianity is, I believe, about expanded life, heightened consciousness and achieving a new humanity. It is not about closed minds, supernatural interventions, a fallen creation, guilt, original sin or divine rescue."

And yet, much of what is called the "Good News" today centers on that fallen creation, guilt and original sin. A religion that once promised to bring light to the world has been responsible for so much darkness.

During this Via Creativa, we will seek to Take Back the Light, to reclaim some of the traditions of Christianity that really do herald the light of God's Good News breaking forth in our world. We'll seek to look at these traditions in new and exciting ways and suggest how we can use these practices to bring more light not just into our own world, but the world around us, because that will make us all say: "Oh, Yeah!"