Jan. 31 to Feb. 2, 2020, Pilgrim Firs Conference Center
a Silent Retreat is also planned
The topic of this retreat will be climate change. In the coming months, please be on the lookout for materials and resources that you might like to share with others at the Retreat.
The latest information is available via the Retreat’s Facebook Group: www.facebook.com/pncuccamr/
The Saturday retreat sessions will be hosted by David Schoen, who reports “Throughout my life I have enjoyed hiking, birding, gardening, stargazing and photographing creation, so I have also sought to be an advocate for creation justice. In the midst of today’s daunting realities of global climate change, I look forward to engaging with retreat participants in reflective conversations on moving from despair to living and acting with hope.”
Our conversations will be informed by two resources:
Climate Church, Climate World:How People of Faith Must Work for Change by Jim Antal. Available in hardcover, paperback, or as an audiobook on CD or via Audible.King County Library System has four copies .