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Green Acre Morning Devotions

The Green Acre staff share in prayer and reflection to start their work day. And although we’re in a time of social distancing, it is a moment we can connect and unify in other ways. In the spirit of community outreach and connection, we invite you to join our informal space from 9:00 AM –...

HeART + Soul: An Art-Inspired Interfaith Devotional

Please join Green Acre for a free monthly zoom gathering for those local to the Maine/New Hampshire Seacoast to explore spiritual themes through art and devotion. Each month we’ll explore a particular topic and artistic expression. This gathering is open to people of all ages (that means kids are a go!) and backgrounds, and will...

Project Empathy | Green Acre at Seacoast Rep

Sponsored by Artists Building Capacity as World Citizens We are excited to bring this production to the Seacoast Rep as part of the Sol Series: Townhall Meetings with a simultaneous in-person and livestreamed performance. Tickets are free thanks to the support of our sponsors, but registration is required.

Project Empathy | Green Acre

Sponsored by Artists Building Capacity as World Citizens This is a free, in person event. Seating limited & registration is required

Bon Fire at Fellowship

Feeling a deep need to connect with others in a positive way? Looking to meet new people and engage in meaningful conversation? Then join us at Fellowship House in Eliot on Wednesday, August 11th at 6:30pm for a bon fire and a chance to connect. The evening will be casual and largely unstructured, though at...

‘Abdu’l-Bahá’s Visit to Green Acre, the “Acca of the Western World” | Dr. Anne Perry & Dr. Robert Stockman

Green Acre and the Bahá’í Publishing Trust welcome you to a special edition of Conversations of the Heart honoring ‘Abdu’l-Bahá’s historic visit to Green Acre in August of 1912, with two special authors. Anne Gordon Perry, primary author of Green Acre on the Piscataqua, will share a perspective on the relationship of ‘Abdu'l-Bahá to Sarah...

The Sarah Farmer Peace Award — Save the Date!

This year’s Sarah Farmer Peace Award goes to Voices from the Heart, a two-hundred-strong women's choral group specializing in “soulful multi-cultural music.” Inspired by “Sweet Honey in the Rock,” the group was founded in 1995 by singer and conductor Joanne Connolly and is now in its 26th year. While delighting audiences with its vibrating, hauntingly...