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The Work That Reconnects

Creating personal and community resilience, reconnecting with the earth and its diverse global communities, and inspiring future change-makers to face the challenges of our time

The Work that Reconnects helps people discover and experience their innate connections with each other and the self-healing powers of the web of life, transforming despair and overwhelm into inspired, collaborative action.

~ Joanna Macy

What is the Work That Reconnects?

Developed by Joanna Macy in response to the destruction of our planet, the Work that Reconnects is a body of work, a set of practices, and a community network designed to help us navigate the social and ecological crises facing our world today, and ultimately empower us to take part in creating a life-affirming and sustainable future for life on earth.  Find out more HERE.

The web of life both cradles us and calls us

to weave it further.

Grace happens when we act with others

on behalf of our world.

~ Joanna Macy

Current Groups 

Join our Work That Reconnects Group that meets every season for three months. We are a group of international activists and change-makers, coming together twice a month to engage in the Work That Reconnects practices.


ONLINE 3-MONTH GROUP (New groups begin every season)

Find more information HERE.

STUDY/ACTION SUPPORT CIRCLE**  (rolling registration)

**To join the ongoing study action support circle, you must first attend a 3-month WTR group.


Please email for more information.

Interested in learning more about the Work That Reconnects and seeing how you can get involved?
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In this dark time filled with suffering and uncertainty. Like living cells in a larger body, it is natural that we feel the trauma of our world.

So don't be afraid of the anguish you feel, or the anger or fear, because these responses arise from the depth of your caring and the truth of your interconnectedness with all beings.

~ Joanna Macy

Action isn't a burden to be hoisted up and lugged around on our shoulders. It is something we are. The work we have to do can be seen as a kind of coming alive. More than some moral imperative, it's an awakening to our true nature, a releasing of our gifts. 

~ Joanna Macy

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