Bridge – The Communal Current
What is a bridge?
In architecture, it is a structure used to connect and provide passage between two distinct locations separated by a natural divide.
In electric terms, a bridge is used to connect two different electrical currents to each other. The best-known bridge circuit, the Wheatstone bridge, was invented by Samuel Hunter Christie and popularized by Charles Wheatstone, and is used for measuring resistance.
In nautical life or science fiction, the bridge is an elevated platform from which the Captain can navigate.
In most of our lives, there are areas that need bridges.
Working with various community organizations and practitioners, Empowering Peace’s Bridge initiative aims to connect, measure resistance, and provide navigation for families, small businesses, and communities.
The goal – create environments of peace and connectivity for communities
- Listening Workshops
- Small Business Efficiency Assessments
- Ministry Assessment
- Small Group Training and Feedback sessions
- Interfaith Relationship Counseling