|What is/Who is Cohousing||<– Date –> <– Thread –>|
|From: Documania (dcmamail1.nai.net)|
|Date: Thu, 11 Sep 1997 09:06:20 -0500|
A truly Christian cohousing community would not close its doors to anyone. As for the definition of cohousing, how would you define a group of Christians that built a community a la McCamant/Durrett's model, then welcomed non-Christians in as the community settled and matured? Would the fact that the core group was Christian (or whatever) nullify the fact they were operating as a cohousing community? Why can't a core group of like minds take advantage of their existing identity to give them the strength they need to put the community together? From all reports, it's an exhausting, demanding process that wipes out many groups before they even get started. I do not belong to any religious group, but I believe that they can be a legitimate starting point for a legitimate cohousing community. Carolyn Haley dcma [at] ct1.nai.net
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