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Virtual Tour of Intentional Communities February 2024

February 8 @ 1:00 PM 2:30 PM CST

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Virtual Tour of Intentional Communities February 2024

Thursday, February 8, 2024

  • Pacific: 11am-12:30pm
  • Mountain: 12-1:30pm
  • Central: 1-2:30pm
  • Eastern: 2- 3:30pm

Meet a diversity of communities during the Virtual Tour of Communities February 2024. From secular to spiritual, urban and rural, forming and established — get a vibrant taste of the communities movement without leaving your armchair!

Come travel to communities around the world without leaving your armchair.

About the Virtual Tour of Communities February 2024

What you get from the Virtual Tour experience:

  • photos, videos, captivating stories and insightful conversations
  • deeper insight into the lives of communitarians and the places they live
  • inspiration to get you excited about your own community journey
  • information about housing and membership opportunities
  • network building with presenters and fellow participants
  • a sense for what’s alive in the communities movement right now
  • plenty of time for you to ask your burning questions about community living.

Santa Rosa Creek Commons

Santa Rosa Creek is a 27-unit cooperative that takes its name from the largest city in Sonoma County, California, and the creek that forms its northern border. As a community, they share their talents and work together to manage two acres, five buildings, and numerous gardens. They are a multi-generational cooperative, and they welcome a diversity of spiritual beliefs, backgrounds, abilities, and sexual preferences

Learn more here.

Love & Cherry

Love & Cherry is a community fresh in the making. Their goal is a self sustainable group of people who share same the same life values (non hurting and affection exchange, as the main values and maybe only ones that matter). The emphasis is on healing of past rejections, traumas and all the baggage that “cultured” life brings. Touch and intimacy are very important in the community in order to heal and connect with one another.

Learn more here.

The Second Life Project

The Second Life Project is a San Francisco-based community built by and for the formerly incarcerated community. They build intentional self-determined communities with formerly incarcerated individuals returning from life sentences in prison. These homes are not externally managed by an outside agency, but are run by the people who inhabit them. These communities ensure that they return to a community that solves for affordable housing, reintegration from a segregated and stigmatized world, and community of belonging.

Learn more here.

Who should attend?

You should attend the Virtual Tour of Intentional Communities if you want to:

  • visit an intentional community
  • join an intentional community
  • learn more about intentional community, in general


You’ll get a StreamYard link after you register in your confirmation email. Please check the spam folder of the inbox you use to register for an email from orders@ic.org.

The Online Event Experience


Live StreamYard Sessions

Nothing pre-recorded here! When you sign-up for an event with FIC, you’ll have the opportunity to view a live session on StreamYard with the panelists.

Affordable and Accessible

All our events are run on a sliding scale basis. Generous donations cover the costs for low-income attendees. FIC is committed to making our programs accessible to people of all walks of life.

Watch the Recording

You’ll receive the recording of your event to view for 60 days. So don’t worry if you can’t attend a live session. Watch or listen whenever it is convenient for you. Transcripts available upon request.

Testimonials for Virtual Tour of Intentional Communities

“This is my first exposure to intentional living situations. I thoroughly enjoyed learning about the possibilities and the underlying thinking that informs this kind of living choice. The presenters were excellent. It was great to see the different settings and to hear the various questions related to these three living situations. Thank you so much for this presentation.”

-Leslie Slate

“Great introduction to Intentional Communities. I felt very encouraged to do more research. I felt like I entered into a group of family and friends with like values for humanity. It is nice not to feel so alone!”

-Chandra Marin

“Great photos and narratives about the philosophy and diversity of communities. I learned about thinks I didn’t know and was given the opportunity to ask all my questions, which were answered in a comprehensive manner.”

-Ivy Summer


Virtual Tour of Intentional Communities 2024


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