Earth: Our Home with Paula D'Arcy

April 22, 2021 @ 11:00AM — 12:00PM Eastern Time (US & Canada)

Explore how people and nature are in the mystery of life together.

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Earth Day Event Sponsored by Well of Mercy

There are currently no tickets available for this event, but you can still make a donation.


Join us on April 22 as we host author Paula D'Arcy for a ticketed virtual insight session in celebration of Earth Day. Together, we'll discover how the world teaches us that people and nature are in this mystery of life together.

As we awaken to the wonder of the natural world, it becomes more evident that "there is a world alongside ours...and almost invisible to us." -Richard Powers

10% of the proceeds from "Earth: Our Home" will go to environmental group Three Rivers Land Trust. So you can give back to the land that has given so much to us all.

Though we can’t celebrate this holiday in-person, we invite you to take part in our collective viewing of the virtual session on April 22 at 11am. Webinar will still be available for purchase after Earth Day.

Tickets are available now!


Watch a teaser of Paula's insights on how the forces of nature move around and through us HERE.

About the Speaker

D'Arcy is a former psychotherapist who worked with the Peale Foundation, founded by Dr. Norman Vincent Peale and has led retreats with Richard Rohr. Paula's personal story is about the death of her husband and daughter. Both were killed in a drunk driving accident. D'Arcy was 27 years old and three months pregnant at the time. Six months after the accident, she gave birth to her second daughter, Beth, and began the long process of healing.

D'Arcy is a globally recognized teacher, author, retreat leader and conference speaker and also serves as adjunct faculty at Oblate School of Theology in San Antonio, Texas. She is the author of 12 books and her work includes leading workshops, retreats related to spirituality and writing, Women's Rites of Passage, and the creation of venues where men and women experience "an opening of the heart" and a change in their way of being in the world. She also serves as the president of Red Bird Foundation, which she founded in 2001.

The Red Bird Foundation supports worldwide healing and advances "living and acting from the heart of a greater love" through the sponsorship of retreats for men and women designed to facilitate the discovery that we are all part of something far deeper than "me." The Foundation's work includes prison retreats and talks, gatherings at shelters and the creation of small groups from around the world to foster widening awareness of the work being done for freedom and peace.

Thank You

A special thank you to Paula D'Arcy for graciously sharing her gifts.

Proceeds benefit the ministry at Well of Mercy and Three Rivers Land Trust.

Contact the office at Well of Mercy with questions at 704-539-5449