We were blessed to have Rev. Lisle Gwynn Garrity with us for our 2020 Lenten Weekend – The Spirituality of Creativity and Play. Rev. Lisle spoke with us about the cycle of creation and how it is core to who we are as God’s creation. She led us in creating art in community and challenged us to accept our creation and our creativity as something from the Divine.
The Spirituality of Creativity and Play February 28 – March 1, 2020 Featuring Rev. Lisle Garrity How do play and creativity nurture our spirituality? Our keynote speaker is pastor, retreat leader, and artist Rev. Lisle Garrity. We will connect art with spirituality using “Visio Divina” for a unique creative process and ultimately, a shared […]
For our 2019 Lenten Weekend – Rooted in Wholeness – we welcomed the Rev. Ōshin Jennings. Rev. Jennings is a Soto Zen Buddhist priest, trained psychotherapist, and multi-media artist. He is the first known Deaf Buddhist monk and leads No Barriers Zen, a meditation community based in Washington, DC. The aim of No Barriers Zen […]
Rooted in Wholeness: Contemplative Prayer and Mindfulness March 8 – 10, 2019. Featuring the Rev. Ōshin Jennings, leader of No Barriers Zen in Washington, D.C. Online registration is now closed. Please register when you check-in at the door. How do we remove barriers to nurture our inner selves? This year’s Lenten Weekend invites participants to let […]
How in God’s name do we live together: The Compassionate Community, a weekend with Natalie Finstad On Feb. 6-7, 2016, Natalie Finstad came to St. George’s to talk about how we might deepen our relationships with our community. Now, as we continue to explore how to bring that compassionate community to life, we are collecting […]