Sharing Circle: Essence of the Divine

On Wednesday, February 22, 2017, the start of the newest incarnation of Sharing Circle will commence. Sharing Circle has been a tradition in the Acadiana area since 1997. However, since August of 2016, Sharing Circle has been on hiatus due to lack of attendance. Acadiana Spiritual Association has made the decision to bring it back…

Commemoration

Commemoration took place on Sunday, October 30, 2016 and was well attended by members of the Acadiana Spiritual Association, curious individuals, and family. An ancestor altar paying tribute to the lives of the dearly departed of those who attended was decorated with several dozen candles, religious artifacts, beautiful flowers, and images of the deceased.

July 2016 Events

July 2016 has a jam-packed schedule of events in the local spiritual community. First and foremost are our regularly scheduled events: DIVERSITY Night Social: July 13 @ 7pm, Young’s Sports Grill in downtown Broussard The Brew: July 17 @ 11am, Starbucks in New Iberia Sharing Circle: July 24 @ 3pm, Main Branch Library in downtown…

The Brew Review

Acadiana Spiritual Association hosts a new monthly event: The Brew Review. It is a meet and greet gathering monthly at Starbucks in New Iberia.

Sharing Circle – Ethical Ecleticism

Sharing Circle is a monthly symposium on the anthropological, sociological, psychological, and philosophical study of specific topics in various tribal/indigenous, classical polythiestic, neopagan, and intrapersonal spiritualities. Originally, Sharing Circle covered specific topics in specific religions with a presenter, akin to a workshop. Today, Sharing Circle is much more discussion based. Participants focus on one question…

D.I.V.E.R.S.I.T.Y. Night Social

Join us for D.I.V.E.R.S.I.T.Y. Night Social at Young’s Sports Grill on the second Wednesday of every month! D.I.V.E.R.S.I.T.Y. is an acronym for “Different Individuals Valuing Everyone Regardless of Spirituality, Interest, Tradition, or Years.” Acadiana Spiritual Association represents individuals from a wide range of faiths that are non-traditional for this region. These faiths include reconstruction of…