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Presbyterian Women's Retreat

  • Friday, Apr 24, 2020 4:00 PM - Saturday, Apr 25, 2020 4:00 PM CDT
Mark your calendars for this powerful event that brings women of all ages together to grow spiritually, connect with new and old friends, and unplug from the chaotic world we live in.

GUEST SPEAKER:
Rev. Dr. Dee Cooper 

Our guest speaker, the Rev. Dr. Dee Cooper will share her understanding of how play and connection are a vital component of our spiritual lives. In a world that tempts us with comparison and judgment, Rev. Dr. Cooper will teach us how our role as faithful women is to lead by encouragement. Rev. Dr. Cooper is a speaker, therapist, coach, explorer and wild animal lover, all of which led her to start her own company. She is known for her big energy and heart, and works with those who want to soar into possibilities or dive into the unknown. 

PW Retreat Itinerary:
Friday:
4-6 p.m. Check-In
Conference Center Lobby
6 p.m. Dinner
6:30 p.m. Opening Program & Worship
Rev. Dr. Dee Cooper
8 p.m. Campfire & Conversation

Saturday:
7 a.m. Early Risers
Yoga or Walk to the Cross
8 a.m. Breakfast
9:30 a.m. Program & Worship
Rev. Dr. Dee Cooper
Noon: Lunch
1 p.m. Workshops
Session 1
2 p.m. Workshops
Session 2
3 p.m. Closing Worship and Communion


Overnight
Cost includes meals, lodging, and program for Friday and Saturday
Price:
$95.00
Fee:
$1.95
Commuter
1 Price includes meals and program
Price:
$55.00
Fee:
$1.55

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WORKSHOPS:

When life gives you lemons, make lemon curd
Rachel Ciordas
Learn how to make this easy treat. It can be used to make a creamy tart mousse or many other desserts. Come learn and walk away with new recipes.

Accepting Others
Rev. Sally Wright
Nothing may be more personal than the way in which people refer to us through our name and pronouns. Gain mutual respect and basic courtesy with this simple step.

Knowing One Another
Rev. Hallie Hottle
There's an ancient framework we've come to call the "Enneagram" that continues to provide insight for knowing our psychological, social and spiritual selves. Come explore it!

Creating a Community Cross
Kim Lorenzen and Laura Hobbs
Community is what it's all about. Come join us as we transform a piece of canvas to a unique piece of art.

Mirrors and Meditations
Kirby Smyth
Engage with time-honored methods to really "see" each other and find sanctuary in the loving presence of the Divine.

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