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Who is Stillpoint?

Stillpoint has aided seekers in their journey of spiritual discovery and transformation for over thirty years, training individuals in the Art of Spiritual Direction. If you're looking for a way to nurture your spirit, deepen your inner journey, or engage in meaningful service, we invite you to join our community.

As you begin to discover who you are, you will naturally and mysteriously help others do the same.

Finding Path
with Fr. Michael Fish

Saturday, March 10, 2018
9 a.m. - 4 p.m.

The Church of Our Saviour
(San Gabriel, CA)

The spiritual quest has various stages. One is discerning and starting out on the path itself and another is the daunting, daily challenge of staying on track. This experiential retreat focuses on keeping to the path, finding a personal balance, and translating the journey into the rhythms of everyday life. Drawing on Celtic, Hindu, and Christian traditions, we will explore prayer and spiritual practices necessary for this phase of the Divine Adventure.

Our 2018 calendar is here! 

We believe people need centering work to prepare them for their work in the world. Contemplative work never stands alone. We nurture souls to strengthen the ones who stand for justice and peace.

Click here to download and/or print copies of our 2018 retreat schedule -- for your own use or to share with your spiritual companions and communities. Keep scrolling for more info and links to register now.

Early registrations get a $10 discount!

Nurture your spirit at one of our workshops & retreats

Next up...

Finding Path with Fr. Michael Fish
March 10, 2018
San Gabriel, CA
Learn more and register here

Looking ahead...

Mystical Sobriety with James Finley
April 21, 2018
San Gabriel, CA
Learn more and register here

"The Celtic Way of Praying: A Way of Be-ing"
with Sr. Carol Quinlivan, PhD

May 5, 2018
Pacific Palisades, CA
Learn more and register here

A Seasoned Call:
Retreat for Spiritual Companions & Soul-care Workers
June 23, 2018
Encino, CA
Learn more and register here

"The outward work will never be puny if the inward work is great." — Meister Eckhart