Meeting the Challenges of the Times, with Joan Sleigh and John Bloom [May 7, 7p, Groh Farm, Wilton, NH]

Please join us for an evening of conversation and exploration on our work with anthroposophy today.

  • How can our work with anthroposophy and Rudolf Steiner’s ideas inform and support how we meet the world in service as individuals and in community?
  • What is the connection between our inner work and daily experience within our work communities, economic activities, and meeting the social, technological, and ecological challenges that face us in our culture?
  • Can we imagine an Anthroposophical Society of healing and invitation toward a more human-centered future?

John Bloom is Vice President, Organizational Culture at RSF Social Finance in San Francisco. He was appointed General Secretary of the Anthroposophical Society in America in October 2016.

Joan Sleigh has been a member of the Executive Council at the Goetheanum since April 2013. She shares responsibility for Anthroposophical Studies in English there. 

Presented by the Anthroposophical Society in NH and the Anthroposophical Society in America
For more information, contact Alice Groh at or Deb Abrahams-Dematte at