Standing at the Edge of Holy Week (CANCELED)

During this week we call “holy,” we remember with profound tenderness the suffering and death of Jesus not only in history, but in Jesus as he lives today in the crucified peoples of our world.  How might we ready our hearts to walk with Jesus in his journey to Calvary here and now?  What insights will these sacred days offer us towards a theology of remaining and accompaniment?  How might this weekend lead us to greater largeness of heart as Jesus acts in us and in our desire for the healing and transformation of our beautiful, yet wounded world?  (When registering please choose an option of Resident or Commuter.  Resident means you will be staying overnight and need a bed and commuter means you will not be staying overnight and will not need a bed. )

April 3-5, 2020  Starts Friday at 7 PM and ends Sunday at 11 AM (Program Canceled Due to Coronavirus)

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Cultural anthropologist Angeles Arrien designates four universal archetypes which, when accessed in a balanced way, can facilitate an individual’s movement toward growth, wholeness, and holiness.  She is convinced that each of us needs to develop our own unique potential in the areas of leading, healing, visioning, and teaching.  Such an integration can empower us to offer the kind of wisdom that is uniquely ours: both as women and as disciples of Jesus Christ, the Wisdom of God.  You are invited to explore the beauty of these four paths, walking with Jesus as your companion and using the Gospel as your guide.

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During this week we call “holy,” we remember with profound tenderness the suffering and death of Jesus not only in history, but in Jesus as he lives today in the crucified peoples of our world.  How might we ready our hearts to walk with Jesus in his journey to Calvary here and now?  What insights will these sacred days offer us towards a theology of remaining and accompaniment?  How might this weekend lead us to greater largeness of heart as Jesus acts in us and in our desire for the healing and transformation of our beautiful, yet wounded world?  As we carry within us all that our world loves, pursues, and suffers, we will be invited into prayer, presentation, reflection, and times of stillness and conversation.  All are welcome.  (When registering please choose an option of Resident or Commuter.  Resident means you will be staying overnight and need a bed and commuter means you will not be staying overnight and will not need a bed. )

April 3-5, 2020  Starts Friday at 7 PM and ends Sunday at 11 AM