Celtic Spirituality & Climate Change Retreat

Date: 
November 16, 2019 - 10:00am to 4:00pm
Location: 
Carpenter Hall, Upper Neighborhood House

 

Celtic Christianity is a nature-based spirituality with relevance to confronting today’s planetary challenges. This day-long retreat will open participants to seeing God in and through the natural world, and inspire individual and collective action towards confronting climate change. Led by Beth Norcross of the Center for Spirituality in Nature. 

The retreat is open to all Rock Springers in High School and above, and will include times of learning and discussion, as well as an introduction to and practice with a variety of spiritual practices. We will spend parts of the day in Upper Neighborhood House and other parts outdoors in nature. Please dress accordingly! 

A $20 fee includes lunch, beverages, and snacks. Scholarship is available, please contact Ashley Martinage for assistance. 

Register online (https://www.rockspringucc.org/caring-learning/celtic-spirituality-climate-change-retreat-0) or in the Saegmuller Room. 

Registration deadline is Monday, November 11. 

 



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