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Explore the Power of Your Truth at our 12th Annual Spiritual Retreat
12th Annual Spiritual Retreat Our Stories and Why They Matter
South Mountain YMCA
This Fall, we're excited to welcome alumni, families, and friends to join us at our annual spiritual retreat! Over the course of three days, we'll explore the power we can unleash by reckoning with our truths and becoming the author of our own story. Weather permitting, camp activities like archery, zip lines, nature hikes, and wagon rides will be available.
Friday, Saturday & Sunday September 13 - 15, 2019
South Mountain YMCA Camp 201 Cushion Peak Road Wernersville, PA 19565
Marchaé Grair is a writer, spiritual director, and facilitator engaging hearts and minds at the intersections of spirituality and social justice. She is currently the Director of Public Relations and Outreach at the Unitarian Universalist Association (UUA), a progressive faith movement. Marchaé is also a member of the StillSpeaking Writers’ Group, a collective of ministers and leaders who create spiritual sustenance resources for the United Church of Christ. As a member of the writers’ group, she blended her love of spiritual contemplation and justice-seeking as an editor and contributor to “Rise Up: Spirituality for Resistance,” a book of spiritual reflections for justice advocates.
The Sacred Practice of Telling Your Story Marchaé Grair
Assets and Liabilities TJ McDowell Alumni and Student Assistance Specialist
Step Four and Five as a Tool for Telling Our Stories & Radical Self-Forgiveness Rev Zoë Hill, M.Div., BCC Director of Spiritual Care
Simple Practices: Seeing Miracles Through Everyday Life Rev. Christina Scornavacchi Spiritual Counselor
Our Stoytelling Mind Matt Owen, MALS, MA, BS & Sarah Poplinksi, MA, CADC Spiritual Addiction Counselors II
Full Weekend - $195 Includes two night's accomodations, all meals, workshops, and the Chapel Service. All accommodations are non-smoking cabins with bunk beds that sleep 14. There are no private rooms available. The cabins do not have bathrooms - restrooms are at a bath house a short walk from the cabins
Conference Only - $115 Includes all meals, workshops, and the Chapel Service. If you choose this option, you are responsible for making your own arrangements for overnight accomodations elsewhere.
Private Cabin Registrations A group with a minimum of 10 people may request a private cabin. Please agree on one last name to use as the "Group Name" and mention that name when you register. NOTE: If you do not have 10 people registered and paid for by September 11, 2019, you will forfeit the private cabin and will be placed in a cabin with other smaller groups or individual participants.
All registrations will be confirmed via email.
Refund Policy Full refunds will be given for cancellations received before September 11, 2019. Cancellations received after September 11, 2019, will be charged 50% of the registration fee.
Additional Details You are required to bring your own sheets, blankets, sleeping bags, pillows, and towels. Please be sure to bring a flashlight with you to registration - the camp walkways are not well-lit. Walkways are not paved and may not be appropriate for people with significant mobility issues. For special dietary needs, please contact Jamie Chelius firstname.lastname@example.org.