It is the time of great renewal, and each one of you has a great place within that sacred circle, so that when you jump into the middle and dance and pray, you can reach your full potential and be a co-creator of our new world.
-OmeAkaEhekatl Erick Gonzalez
We offer several ways you can connect to the fire and co-create our mission. We welcome volunteers, donations, community organizers, community networkers and those that can share their artistic creativity.
Join the Membership Fire Circle
Connect to the Sacred Fire Circle of Earth Peoples United Global Family through our monthly Full Membership Program. Becoming a member is a way to stay connected to the sacred teachings, the fire and each other. Our intent is to keep connecting and serving people that are dedicated to embracing the spiritual teachings of Earth Wisdom and the Elders at this time, and provide greater access to what is being shared for those that are unable to join us for in-person teachings, gatherings, and ceremonies. Members are participating and co-creating in the larger spiritual vision of Earth Peoples United. Member support also ensures TJU can provide free access for all people to have access to the website, receive TJU - EPU e-newsletters, and participate in quarterly equinox/solstice Tele-Greetings and Mayan Prayers by OmeAkaEhekatl Erick Gonzalez. Members also gain exclusive access to events, teachings, discounts, and more through Earth Peoples United and the spiritual work of Tat Erick Gonzalez. Contribution to join the Full Members Circle is $26/month or $260/year.
These volunteer positions require interest in indigenous teachings and sustainable living and the ability to interact with indigenous medicine people, donors, and staff.
Volunteer positions are open to all individuals who meet the qualifications, without regard to race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, national origin, age, or disability.
We will begin accepting Volunteer Application in January 2010.
What are the personal qualities of a TJU-EPU Volunteer?
- Compassion to deal with difficult cross-cultural and spiritual subject matter and all those who are affected by it.
- Open-Mindedness and Patience to work with diverse peoples, volunteers and staff.
- Integrity to represent oneself, the organization and all of your relations with the highest standards.
- Reliability to consistently keep one's volunteer commitment to the organization.
- Dedication to the fulfillment of our vision and mission.
Who is eligible to be a TJU-EPU Volunteer?
We have several volunteer positions each with differing qualifications. Check out our volunteers page for specifics.