TAIZE Lenten Retreat & Quiet Day
Sunday, March 10, 2019 4:00 PM to Monday, March 11, 2019 3:30 PM
The season of Lent is a time of reflection as we prepare for Easter and the journey with Christ from crucifixion to resurrection. Whether clergy or laity, we invite you to slow down and begin this upcoming lenten season on a Taize retreat at the Ridge. Music, silence, and scripture will create the framework for you to listen for God and to prepare your heart for Easter. During the silence, there will be time to reflect, journal, and create, with coloring pages, mandalas, and origami books to capture your reflections on the day. There will be time to explore the beautiful grounds of Rolling Ridge, to walk the labyrinth, and to sit by Lake Cochichewick. There will always be much too much to do on your list. Lent marks a good time to go on retreat, to let it go, to fast from the busy-ness and to be present with the Creator of the world who sent Jesus to be our light and hope.
Come for the overnight retreat for only $125 per person. Includes Dinner, Breakfast, and Lunch.
Come for just the day on Monday, March 11, 2019 from 9:30am-3:30pm for a Lenten Quiet Day, Day Apart Retreat for only $68
About the leader(s)
As the Executive Director, Lawrence works in partnership with the staff to ensure that the guest experience at the Ridge is top quality. He also partners with retreat leaders to provide excellent programming at the Ridge, and is available to speak about the ongoing ministry and historic mission of Rolling Ridge as a place of rest, retreat, and transformation.
Karen Kilty is the Program Coordinator of the Center of Spirituality and Leadership at Rolling Ridge. She is a Spiritual Director, yoga leader, Holistic Massage and Polarity Therapist , and director of Children’s Ministries at Old North Church in Marblehead. With an understanding of body, mind and spirit she is prepared to companion those who seek a deepening of faith and an awareness of self . Karen has been leading a New Day Yoga in Danvers, MA for 7 years.
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