with Lucretia Humphrey
February 21st – February 23rd, 2020
Reflecting in a space of quiet, a place of beauty, this will be a weekend to explore the connections between your inner self and outer life; to rest in the wholeness of your life, sitting quietly with limitations and failings as well as gifts and strengths.
This is an opportunity to consider, from the wholeness of honest self-assessment, how you are called to engage with the world in your life and your time; to share your experience and listen to the experiences of others; a time to find the sacred calling that resides in your life and the lives of others, and from a place of wholeness and honesty.
ABOUT THE PROGRAM LEADER: Lucretia Humphrey is a member of the Montana Gathering of Friends Monthly Meeting (North Pacific Yearly Meeting). She has just finished serving as presiding clerk of NPYM. Following a career as a school counselor from kindergarten through high school, she was drawn to leading retreats. She has had training as a retreat leader and participated in a series of four Parker Palmer Courage and Renewal retreats held at Pendle Hill and another weekend workshop for those seeking additional skills. For the past five years she has led weekend and one day retreats for Quakers and non-Quakers. She will be accompanied by Sakre Edson, her elder.