CALL TO WORKSHIP: Unlocking the Spirituality of Work

Monday, September 4, 2023 9:30 AM to 3:30 PM

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Does work drain your soul?  Do you struggle with being your whole self in the office?  How might you truly live out your spirituality in the workplace?

Spirituality is the discovery and development of one’s relationship with the Divine, and it’s not limited to our homes or places of worship. Those environments where we work and make our living can also be fertile ground for the spiritual life, and for the mindful nurturance of spiritual understanding and community. 

If the stresses of the modern workplace are weighing on you, we invite you to join us for a day of retreat, to rest from your labors on Labor Day, and experience new ways of discovering, creating, and integrating meaning and purpose in your work. 

In this day together at beautiful Rolling Ridge, we will explore and discuss our own experiences of personal and communal spiritual life and practice at work.  You will craft a “job description” for an ideal spiritual workplace, and to think about personal spiritual practices that could help create a more humane and spiritual quality of work life. 

Cost: $79 for the program, coffee and pastries, lunch, and day at the Ridge.

This event is being sponsored in partnership with Merrimack College and the Masters of Spirituality and Spiritual Direction program.

About the leader(s)

Jennifer Revill

Jennifer Revill is owner and principal of The Mobile Mystic, a consultancy whose mission is to create opportunities for dialogue and engagement around personal spirituality in the contemporary world. After a long career in public administration, she earned a Master of Arts in Spirituality and Spiritual Direction from Merrimack College, and has developed a curriculum centered on the spirituality of work for Merrimack's graduate spirituality program. Jennifer has a long affiliation with the Northshore Unitarian Universalist Church in Danvers as a congregational facilitator and small group ministry leader. She also has a one-on-one spiritual companioning practice.