The Spiritual Caucus supports the aims of the United Nations as expressed in the Preamble to the UN Charter.
We seek to balance and strengthen the endeavors of the UN system and its affiliates with inner reflection and stillness.
We meet from September to June at the UN Headquarters to spend time together in silent reflection, share our insights, and explore ways of using this inner focus to serve the highest potential of the UN.
Anyone interested in supporting the UN in this way is welcome to join us. We invite groups and individuals who cannot be with us in person to connect with us in silence on the first and third Thursday of the month.
Silent meeting in the Meditation Room:
Thursday, November 1, 2018
12.45 - 1.15
No grounds pass needed. The Meditation Room is located in the main lobby, beside the Chagall window.
Regular Meeting for Silence and discussion:
Thursday October 18, 2018
1.30 to 2.45 PM
UN DPI/NGO Resource Center Conference Room,
801 United Nations Plaza, (45th Street & 1st Avenue), 2nd floor
New York, NY 10017
Grounds pass needed - visitors without a pass please send an email a week ahead of the meeting to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Spiritual Caucus meets from September to June on the third Thursday of the month from 1:30 to 2:45 either at or near the UN Headquarters in New York. A valid UN grounds pass in necessary to attend certain meetings. During the meeting thirty minutes are spent in silent reflection.
On the 1st Thursday of the month friends are invited to sit in silence for 30 minutes in the recently renovated Meditation Room at UN Headquarters in New York.
Patrick McNamara - Founding Co-Convenor
Nancy Roof - Founding Co-Convenor
The Spiritual Caucus is a caucus of NGO’s associated with the United Nations. Council members and co-convenors of the Spiritual Caucus at the United Nations serve as unpaid volunteers.
Secretariat: 165 West 95th Street, One Med South, New York, NY 10025, USA
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