We are yearning for community. We dream of lives that are wholesome, satisfying, cooperative, full of warmth, kindness,and safety. We are thirsty for spontaneity and connectedness. We crave for a place where we can sink roots. We long to contribute and be truly interactive instead of passive spectators. We want to share our lives with those who share themselves, appreciate others and be appreciated.
We want to live in the company of family and good friends.
To facilitate this vision, Good Tree Village is using the cohousing model, an increasingly popular form of intentional community called the “old-school village for modern times”. It balances personal privacy with the benefits of community.
If this resonates with you, reach out to us by joining us on 8 September 2012 for a presentation about cohousing and creating Good Tree Village, the first faith-based cohousing community in the DC Metro area. Learn more about cohousing and how we can work together to help make this community vision a reality. Out of respect for everyone’s time, we’ll start and end on time. Meet us at Dorothy I. Height / Benning Neighborhood Library on Saturday, 8 September 2012, 11AM-1PM, 3935 Benning Rd. N.E., Washington, DC 20019.
On Facebook? Let us know you’re coming on our Facebook event: http://www.facebook.com/events/488795697798852/.
You can also give us a ring at 301.541.3223 or send off an email to GoodTreeVillage [at] gmail [dot] com.