Seeking Christ Sophia: A Gender-Integrated Christianity

Holy Cross Monastery

Seeking Christ Sophia: A Gender-Integrated Christianity Led By: Sr. Elizabeth Broyles, CMA & Sr. Shane Phelan, CMA Fee: $350 (Deposit: $100) September 7- September 9, 2018 It’s easy to overlook the feminine face of God in Christianity, but she is hiding in plain sight. The figure of Sophia, of Wisdom, is enfleshed in Jesus in …
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Footsteps of Jesus

St. George's College Jerusalem

The Footsteps of Jesus is a new course for 2017 that will allow the pilgrim to follow the journey that Jesus’ first disciples made through the Holy Land. Its focus is more devotional than the longer Palestine of Jesus course, while still covering all the major sites. 

Jordan Stream: Wading into the Depths of the African American Mystical Christian Tradition

Holy Cross Monastery

Jordan Stream: Wading into the Depths of the African American Mystical Christian Tradition Led By: Rev. Marcus Halley Fee: $355 (Deposit: $100) September 18- September 21, 2018 The mystical syncretism between African religious traditions and reclaimed Christianity provided the spiritual well from which many enslaved and freed African Americans drew strength to endure white supremacy …
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St. Paul and The Early Church

St. George's College Jerusalem

O18 St. Paul and the Early Church September 25 – October 4, 2018  $3,750 Through lectures and Bible studies—as well as group discussions in hotels, on the bus and at archaeological sites—this program provides an introduction to the life, letters and theology of St. Paul as well as the Seven Ecumenical Councils of the Church …
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Ways in the Wilderness

St. George's College Jerusalem

P18 Ways in the Wilderness October 2 – 11, 2018 $2,700   The Ways in the Wilderness program explores biblical, monastic, and personal themes of wilderness as we visit sites in Israel, Palestine, and Jordan.