Nordamerikanisches Büro


Karl König Institut in Nordamerika

Unsere Aufgaben

Das nordamerikanische Büro des Karl König Instituts für Kunst, Wissenschaft und Soziales Leben ist auf dem Gelände der Camphill Community Soltane in Pennsylvania, USA.

Die Arbeit in unserem nordamerikanischen Büro hat zu Michaeli 2021 begonnen. Besuchen Sie unsere AKTUELLES und TERMINE Seiten, um sich über die Entwicklung spannender Projekte in Nordamerika zu informieren. Wir hoffen, Sie schließen sich uns bald an!

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Zusammenarbeit mit Camphill

Unser Büro in Nordamerika kooperiert mit der Camphill Region Nordamerika (USA und Kanada), insbesondere durch:


Unsere wichtigsten Buchpartner in Nordamerika sind:
In den USA

Shannon bei
Ideas Bookstore
2123 Kimberton Road, Phoenixville, PA 19460
ideasbookstore 'at'

Wendy bei
Camphill Village Coffee Shop and Gift Shop
84 Camphill Rd, Copake, NY 12516
VillageGreen 'at'

In Kanada

Nicolette bei
Freya-Sophia Waldorf Store
No. 3, 5380 Hwy. 1, Duncan, BC V9L 6W4
sol-steiner 'at'

Gabriele bei
Tri-Fold Books
295 Spruce Hill Road, P.O. Box 534 King City, ON L7B 1A7
info 'at'

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Deborah Grace

Deborah’s childhood was guided by her father’s devotion to Albert Schweitzer’s ethic of “Reverence for Life”. Her first experience of community came during young childhood years growing up on the Navajo reservation. After high school she spent a year at the Albert Schweitzer Hospital in Lambaréné, where subsequent to Schweitzer’s passing the community life was still strong. She then lived and volunteered in Hartley House, a Hell’s Kitchen settlement house community in NYC, while attending Barnard College. A seeker out of the 60’s, Deborah next joined the Penland School of Crafts community, training in ceramics and making a close connection to MC Richards, who pointed her to Camphill Copake.

The community at Copake became Deborah’s home for 25 years as well as her school of life, guided by Carlo Pietzner and also Renate Sachs. Deborah raised four (wonderful) children and fulfilled many roles, from householder to administration and fundraising. During those Camphill decades she became closely connected to Karl Koenig and anthroposophy. She then spent 15 years in the Pacific Northwest, training and working in life/executive coaching and facilitation/mediation, before moving back East to become director at Camphill Ghent for 5 years. Deborah worked closely on Ghent’s leadership with Richard Steel, who was part of its visioning and was living with Christiane for a year in the community. Being part of the Karl Koenig Institute and community and taking up its work in a new way in North America is a step Deborah meets with great enthusiasm.


Karl König Institut, Nordamerikanisches Büro

Camphill Community Soltane

224 Nantmeal Road


PA 19343, USA

Email: deborahgrace 'at'