Tina Bathsheba Harambe is a practitioner, visionary educational leader and healing arts facilitator who displays compassion, commitment and service to transforming the quality of education in our nation as well as healing in our lives.
This component focuses on teaching the principles of restorative justice and how they are applied in maintaining healthy communities for our children, elders and families. We are exploring new ways to apply these principles to the work of our:
- Prison Ministry: The Men and Women’s Prison Ministry is dedicated to supporting and empowering individuals by uplifting all impacted by incarceration with dignity, respect and love. Our goal is to serve as a safe and non-judgmental space to support positive new beginnings.
- Juvenile Justice: The Juvenile Justice program is a mentoring based rites of passage program for incarcerated youth. The program assists them building high self-esteem and learning soft and concrete marketable skills for successful living when released.
The Restorative Justice Team
Bathsheba Harambe, RScP – Team Lead
Hope Wood – Hope Action Change Consulting
Kelvin Potts – Positive Communication Practices (PCP)
Rev. Anthony Jackson – Beacon of Light Prison Ministry
Rev. Anthony joined the East Bay Church of Religious Science in 1994, becoming a practitioner in 2004, and graduating from Holmes Institute in 2009, earning a Master’s degree in Consciousness studies. This was followed three years later by becoming an ordained minister of Religious Science, a metaphysical philosophy.
Kelvin Potts, Positive Communication Practices
Hope Wood, Hope Action Change Consulting
Post Election Community Healing Circles
Wednesday, November 4 from 6:15-7:45pm
Saturday, November 14 from 10-11:30am
Saturday, November 21 from 10-11:30am
To provide space for connection, healing, and shared spiritual practice the day and weeks after the election
Restorative Justice Pod Facilitators and all who want to participate
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