SPIRITUAL HEALTH: A PATH TOWARD FLOURISHING

Queen's House Retreat and Renewal Centre

Presenter: Simon Lasair Creative Arts Guide: Jean Epp-Gauthier Thursday evenings November 5, 12, 19, 26 January 14, 21, 28 7:00 – 9:00 p.m. A seven-part series offered on Zoom $70/seven sessions A minimum of 12 participants are needed to offer each program Registration deadline: November 2  

Spiritual Memoir: Where a Life Meets Mystery

Episcopal House of Prayer (The)

Join Elizabeth Jarrett Andrew for a weekend introduction to the art and spiritual practice of writing memoir. What is memoir, and how is it different from autobiography? What makes memoir spiritual? How can the practice of writing memoir, either for an audience or for no audience, support spiritual growth? Using writing exercises and readings from …
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Companion Café: Sustenance for the Journey

Virginia Theological Seminary

Companion Café: Sustenance for the Journey by Virginia Theological Seminary $90 Actions and Detail Panel $90 Event Information Join colleagues in ministry in guided conversation groups for connection during pandemic isolation. About this Event Offered through Lifelong Learning at VTS in partnership with The Retreat House at Hillsboro Are you feeling weary? Would you like …
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Where do I Fit in the Dream of God? A four-part book discussion on Facebook Live

Stevenson School of Ministry in the Diocese of Central Pennsylvania

Join us on Facebook live for an opportunity to engage Verna Dozier’s book, The Dream of God: A Call to Return to re-connect and reawaken your sense of call as well as rediscover your discipleship. Read and reflect with members of the Commission on Ministry. Find the event on our Facebook page. For instructions on joining the …
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Iconography with Suzanne Schleck

Kanuga Conferences, Inc.

The gospel in line and color February 6-12, 2021 About the Instructor Suzanne Schleck of Whiting, NJ, returns for her thirteenth year of teaching icon painting at Kanuga. A retired public school art teacher, she has studied for more than 20 years with the Rev. John Walsted, master iconographer and expert on 14th to 16th …
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Spiritual Writing: Formation through Words

Pittsburgh Theological Seminary

A Spiritual Formation Elective DATES Jan. 11 – Feb. 14, 2021 OVERVIEW This class will ask what, if anything, can make nonfiction writing “spiritual.” You will read selections from essays and memoirs in the spiritual writing genre and try composing your own versions of this material. How can we write about something so personal and …
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Signs, Symbols, and Sacred Spaces

Pittsburgh Theological Seminary

OVERVIEW As we have redefined our worship spaces this past year, the implications of “sacred space” have become more important than ever before. For many worshipers, “going to church” no longer involves chancels or stained glass. Instead, computers and couches have transformed into pulpits and pews. We have been forced to recreate our sacred space in unexpected places. But what makes a space sacred? In our time …
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Knee-Deep in Flotsam: Reimagining Ministry Now That Everything Has Changed

Pittsburgh Theological Seminary

We are all innovators now. Only a year ago, “sustainability” and “innovation” described extracurricular activities for churches—mostly niche projects that had minimal impact on the daily work of ministry. Suddenly, in 2020, innovation is what we all do—ready or not. We are exhausted and disoriented by this newness, not just because innovation is unfamiliar to …
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Growing in Relationship with God: An Immersion Experience; An Online Spiritual Formation Foundational Retreat

Pittsburgh Theological Seminary

OVERVIEW During the online Immersion retreat, time is spent in four areas: academic, communal, personal, and practical. Another important facet is the opportunity to reflect on one’s spiritual journey in an intentional way through guided meditations, prayer, reflection, and journaling. While this class is open to all who wish to grow in deeper relationship with …
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