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Why Can’t We All Just Get Along?

March 23 @ 9:30 am - 12:00 pm CDT


How Exploring the Enneagram
Can Improve How We Communicate & Connect

with Rev. Nancy McCranie

Saturday, March 23rd, 2024, at St. Matthew’s Episcopal Church, Austin, TX

“There is nothing more important than self-awareness and self-understanding to bringing peace and compassion to our relationships and to our world.” —David Daniels, M.D.

Once you’ve discovered which of the nine Enneagram personality types you are there is so much more to explore. The more we learn and understand about ourselves, the more we have the capacity and compassion to connect with others as they are.

Like a beautiful bouquet of flowers or a symphony, this enhanced ability to connect enables us to create something better together.

“The Enneagram is not a static symbol, but a symbol in movement.  Arrows (or lines) and Wings are central to understanding how the enneagram can be used as a tool for personal development into a higher self.” Beatrice Chestnut


Saturday, March 23rd



9:30am to Noon



$50.00 (Partial scholarships available)


St. Matthew’s Episcopal Church,
(8134 Mesa Drive, 78759)



Nancy Chester McCranie, M.Div.

Join us for a morning of exploring and understanding the Wings and Arrows that help us better understand who we are and our unique path to growth. With stories to bring the information alive and easy-to-follow handouts, Nancy will support you in getting to know yourself and your loved ones better. And that knowledge can only help improve your communication and deepen your connections.

About the Enneagram: Studied by thousands of people around the world and introduced to many by George Gurdjieff in 1915, many spiritual leaders, including Fr. Richard Rohr, value the Enneagram for its ability to help us accept ourselves as we are, and then move towards a healthier relationship with God, each other, and ourselves.

Note: To make the most of our time together, Nancy will assume you know your type. This will enable her to focus on exploring the topic of the wings and instinctual variants of each enneagram type.


Nancy Chester McCranie, M.Div.

Since 2009 she has served as the Director of Volunteer and Bereavement Services for Hospice Austin.  Also, an ordained minister with the Presbyterian Church (USA), Nancy holds a M.Div. degree from Austin Presbyterian Theological Seminary. Since 2008, Nancy has been studying the enneagram and began teaching it to coworkers and others in 2016. Nancy is married to Bill, an organic/bio-dynamic farmer and rancher who raises blueberries and beef.  They have two adult sons, three dogs, two cats, a small herd of Irish Dexter cattle and a donkey named Jennifer.


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March 23
9:30 am - 12:00 pm CDT
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St. Matthew’s Episcopal Church
8134 Mesa Drive
Austin, TX 78759 United States
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