April 25-28 Online Retreat
Because of the ongoing Coronavirus situation, we will be offering our April 4-Day retreat as an online retreat. We will gather in virtual presence using the Zoom platform and there will be daily talks, sitting periods and both group and one-on-one meeting times. Stew Glick, who was to lead the April Retreat, cannot commit to a full time attendance at this retreat, but the entire teaching/retreat facilitator staff has indicated that they will also be participating in the retreat, as their schedules permit.
We hope to have a good working draft of a schedule available within a few days—and plan to post it on our web and Facebook sites. We do need to make some considerations around time-zone issues and will re-arrange and reduce some of the group sitting periods. The retreat will begin on the morning of April 25.
While we hope to see many of you (virtually!) at this upcoming event, we would like to limit attendance enough to make it possible for one of the eight retreat teachers to participate in each breakout dialogue group. This would still, however, allow for about 60 participants, more than we can physically accommodate here in Springwater.
While not asking for our normal retreat contribution, it would be helpful if people were willing and able to make a nominal donation of $25 a day or $100 for the whole retreat. Click the button below to make a donation. In the Comment box on the donation page let us know that your contribution is for the April 25-28 retreat.
Thanks so much for your continuing interest and support of the Center! We look forward to sharing this new way of being by ourselves and together—and perhaps seeing that in the quiet stillness of retreat—and in the noise and movement of daily life—we are never apart, that we are never really separate from each other, or the whole of life.