During a day of gently-guided writing, participants will seek and find emergent living questions, threads of grace winding through relationships with body, soul, God, others, vocation and society. Following the poetic invitation of William Wordsworth, we will explore a variety of contemplative ways to “Remove the dust of custom so things shine again, each arrayed in its robe of original light.”
Register before December 30 to receive a $10 Early Bird Discount ($48 or $58 with lunch)! After December 30, the price of the retreat will increase to $58 or $68 with lunch.
Rev. Judith L. Favor is a spiritual director, retired from pastoral UCC ministry in San Francisco and teaching at Claremont School of Theology. Rooted in the Quaker tradition, she nurtures souls at Pilgrim Place in Claremont, CA and teaches for Stillpoint. Her books include Silent Voices (2014), The Edgefielders (2013), and Sabbath Economics (2008); she also co-authored Spirit Awakening: A Book of Practices (1990).
Registrations for this event are subject to our standard Cancellation Policy.