“I Have Seen The Lord!” Easter Season Retreat


Sat, May 1, 2021

9:00 AM – 12:00 PM PDT Online

Enter into the joy of the first apostles who encountered the Risen Lord during this online Easter season morning retreat

Inviting all who desire a retreat to reflect on scripture, poetry, art, and music as we celebrate the Easter season. This morning online retreat features opportunities to experience the joy and sending of the first apostles who encountered the Risen Lord and reflect on our own Easter invitation. Retreat includes short inspiring talks, guided prayer materials, quiet time for individual prayer, and small group faith sharing in breakout rooms.

Preregistration required by April 29. Zoom link and prayer materials will be emailed April 30.

Suggested donation $35-60+ plus GST. Students, please email the parish to register at discounted rate:

Register here



SoulStream Presents:

A Taste of “Living from the Heart”

May 7 & 8, 2021


Please consider “setting aside” yourself & your schedule to join us for a spacious, reflective, transformative, community building & informative mini retreat: A taste of “Living from the Heart

This Friday evening and all-day Saturday retreat will offer an opportunity to explore the path of living contemplatively and to get a small taste of the essence & flavor of SoulStream’s 10-month course called “Living from the Heart.”

We will have conversation: listening to our own inner selves, one another, and the Divine as we explore the ideas of a “God who is closer than we can imagine” … what it means to “live from the heart” and how “prayer might be all of life” as we live our lives in response to this initiating Christ.

DATE/TIME: May 7 & 8, 2021 (Friday 7:00pm—9:00pm & Saturday 9:00am—5:00pm – MT).
FACILITATORS:  Carrie Dickman, Cherie Tetz-Christensen & Doug Schroeder
PLACE: Online via Zoom
COST: $50.00

Register here.

 Photo Credits:
Banner: “Hummingbird” by Ed Dahl. Used with permission.

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