Retreats and Group Facilitation
The Spirituality Network has many gifted facilitators for retreats, small group processes, spirituality educational series, and days of reflection for churches, organizations, and individuals. We will work with you to help plan your retreat or program tailored to your needs and budget.
A small sampling of areas you might want to explore in a retreat or small group setting:
- Directed Silent Retreats
- Contemplative prayer and living
- Mindfulness meditation
- Creativity and spirituality
- Caring for the Caregiver
- Nonviolent practices
- Dream work, Jungian approach to spirituality
- Ignatian spirituality
Please call for more information: 614/228-8867.
Men Supporting Men Seeking to Deepen Their Spiritual Lives welcomes men who are simply interested in becoming better, more authentic men; committed to supporting one another as men who are seeking to deepen their spiritual lives. We welcome all men to do the work of transformation without regard for your ethnicity, class, education, sexual orientation, religion, or any other characteristic that might make you feel excluded.
The group meets on the second Tuesday of the month, 6pm to 8:30pm at the Spirituality Network office, First Congregational Church, 444 E. Broad Street. See Calendar for dates. Contact Rich Horton at 440/567-3187 or by e-mail >
In cooperation with Illuman-Ohio >
It is a simple idea: over the course of two to four weeks (depending upon your preference), you make a commitment to yourself and to God for special time each day for prayer, reflection, and silence while keeping your ordinary day-to-day schedule. Three or four times during the course of the retreat you will meet with a spiritual director to reflect on your daily practice of prayer and the ways in which you are—or perhaps are not—noticing the presence of God in daily life. This is an excellent opportunity to get a “taste” of how spiritual direction might enrich your journey.
These retreats begin and end with all participants and directors gathered for community prayer and blessing. Typically offered to groups of 8–20 people for two, three, or four weeks, these retreats have been offered at area churches and seminaries since 1994.
To learn more or to schedule a Busy Person’s Retreat for you or your church, call 614/228-8867.