“Be still, and know that I am God…” – Psalm 46:10 NIV
God is constantly speaking and desiring to interact with us. Unfortunately, the noises and demands of life seldom allow us to hear God. A silent retreat is a response to God’s invitation in Psalm 46:10, to slow down, meet, acknowledge and spend time alone with God, listening and being transformed by God’s Word and Spirit.
A silent retreat is indeed a deep spiritual experience out of which the retreatant emerges, not only with an invitation from the Holy One, but with the power to respond to it.
I am available to lead silent retreats for groups of laity and/or clergy.
3-hours: These may be held at a church, or a retreat center, monastery or convent.
Whole day: These retreats are held at a retreat center, monasteries, or convents, and may include individual spiritual direction.
Fees for these small group sessions will be negotiated considering multiple factors including group size, offering, duration, travel required, and preparation.
You will also download, complete and return (prior to or at the time of our first session) the following disclosure form.