OCTOBER 11 - 13, 2018
Registration now open.
Take a contemplative journey with Spiritual Direction Colorado to San Luis, Colorado as we learn more about the Stations of the Cross. During the retreat there will be intentional time of quiet and time to share our souls with one another as we seek what God is inviting each of us into. The 2 nights/3 days pilgrimage will refresh your soul and move you into new areas of listening to God. Registration Fee is $65. Deadline for registration is October 1st or until the Pilgrimage is full. Registration limited to 12.
Schedule of Events:
Thursday, October 11
7 p.m. - 9 p.m. Meet at St. Thomas Episcopal Church
Discussion on Pilgrimage
Ice Cream Social
9 p.m. - Silence/Personal Time
Friday, October 12
10 - Meet in San Luis at Church
Noon - Lunch on own
1:30 - Stations - On Your Own - Silence
Bring your Journal and WATER
3:30 - TBA
6:00 - Dinner on Own/Plan to meet at a restaurant in Alamosa
After dinner - Silence until we meet on Saturday
Saturday, October 13
10 - Stations as a Group
Noon - End/Return Home
You will need to book your lodging. Spiritual Direction Colorado has reserved rooms at the Best Western Alamosa Inn, 2005 Main Street, Alamosa, CO 81101, 719-589-2567. The cost is $97/night plus tax. Breakfast is included. All meals will be paid for by participants.
My Spiritual Formation was at the Center for Spirituality at Work in Denver. I completed this program in 2000 and, since that time, I have been involved as a hospice chaplain, retreat leader and spiritual director at Denver Women's Correctional Facility. I have been a member of Spiritual Direction Colorado since fall 2013. One of my deepest sources of joy is being with a group and having time for soul sharing. Connie is a committee member of Spiritual Direction Colorado.
MICKEY COX is a Spiritual Director in Denver, Colorado, and a member of the Spiritual Direction Colorado Committee. He is also a member of St. Dunstan’s Benedictine Community in the Denver area and is an ordained minister in the Church of the Nazarene. With a Master’s in Spiritual Formation, he has written two books - No Limits Discipleship Journal and Sacred Life. He is currently writing two new books centered on the themes of Journey/Pilgrimage and Spiritual Formation.
We recommend reading one of the following books before the Pilgrimage:
Pilgrimage: The Sacred Art - Journey to the Center of the Heart, Sheryl Kujawa-Holbrook
The Art of Pilgrimage: The Seeker’s Guide to Making Travel Sacred, Phil Cousineau
Sacred Travels: Recovering the Ancient Practice of Pilgrimage, Christian George and Calvin Miller