“What should young people do with their lives today? Many things, obviously. But the most daring thing is to create stable communities in which the terrible disease of loneliness can be cured.”

— Kurt Vonnegut Jr.


Peter’s sense of community and passion for his work are contagious. I always enjoy opportunities to work with and learn from him. His depth of knowledge, engaging facilitation and sense of humor make every presentation enjoyable.

Barb G.

Peter brings to his work a powerful combination of experience, commitment, and enthusiasm for Small Groups.

Rev. Bob Hill, author of The Complete Guide to Small Group Ministry

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Small Group Lab Events – Boston

We are seeking corporations, nonprofits, and other organizations in the Greater Boston area interested holding a Small Group Lab community building event. This is in conjunction with our field testing and ongoing resource development process. Stronger relationships have many potential benefits including increased communication, collaboration, and creativity. Our ability to work together and the quality of that work is dependent on our relationships. We are reaching out directly to organizations, but welcome inquiries via referral and this website.

Insight from a 75-year study is simple, relationships drive happiness.

In his Ted Talk on What makes good life? psychiatrist Robert Waldinger shares insight from directing a 75-year-old study on adult development.  He shares that happiness is not about fame and money, but instead, relationship.  Do you have a video on the power of connection and community that you’d like to share with our community?  Share … Continue reading Insight from a 75-year study is simple, relationships drive happiness.

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