Please contact us for registration or more information through this site or calling our office: 828.319.7240
Program Schedule for 2014
JUNE, JULY AND AUGUST
June 11 - August 27 : A Summer of Reflections series with St. Macarius Contemplative Community gathering 6:45 - 8:30 PM
July 2 and August 6 also include a contemplative Eucharist
see program highlight at right for full details
All gatherings meet at
156 E. Chestnut St.
For more information contact Diane DeWitt at
269.545.2498 or firstname.lastname@example.org
St Macarius Contemplative Community
invites you to join them for
A Summer of Reflections
June 11 The Discipline of Simplicity
June 18 To Practice the Discipline of Simplicity
Noel is a member of both St. Macarius Contemplative Community and Rivendell Community. She facilitates spiritual formation for the Rivendell Community, and is actively involved with St. George’s Episcopal Church, Asheville.
June 25 Thomas Merton: Holy Discontent
July 2 Thomas Merton: The Divine Ambush
July 9 Thomas Merton: Contemplation and Action
Eunice is a member of both St. Macarius Contemplative Community and Anamchara Fellowship. She is a priest at St. James Episcopal Church in Hendersonville.
July 16 Wakeful Listening: Quaker Practice of Silent Worship
July 23 Don't Run Ahead of the Guide: Quaker Spirituality and Social Witness
July 30 Awakening in the Dark: Reflections of a Quaker Pilgrim
Dan is steeped in both the contemplative Catholic and Quaker traditions. He has a private practice in pastoral counseling and spiritual direction in Black Mountain where he is a member of the Quaker meeting.
August 6 Sabbath: A Source of Meaning
August 13 Sabbath: A Sacred Gift
August 20 Sabbath: A Threshold to Service and Rhythm of Life
Mahan has a long broad history in ministry rooted in contemplative prayer coupled with social justice. He currently mentors clergy who are seeking a deep experience of God while holding to the demanding life of parish ministry.
August 27 Reflections from the Monastery: Silence and Solitude
Emily is a member of the St. Macarius Contemplative Community. She spent the month of July in silence and solitude with the Sisters of the Love of God, an order of contemplative Anglican sisters in Oxford, England.
For more information contact: Diane DeWitt at 269.545.2498 or email@example.com
Photo on the left was taken on the Close of the General Theological Seminary, New York City, at the entrance to the Desmond Tutu Center for Reconciliation.