Retreat dates: May 11 at 6pm - May 13 at 1pm
Deadline to register: April 15, 2018 Book early; limited spots available
Retreat Address: Tatamagouche Centre, 259 Loop Route 6, RR#3, Tatamagouche, Nova Scotia, B0K 1V0
Questions : Contact Suzanne at (902) 452-1304 or [email protected]
The proposed itinerary will be linked here, once it is available.
Description: Join us for a spiritual retreat aimed at rejuvenation, connecting with God the Creator, and emerging with a renewed sense of purpose. To "retreat" is to strategically withdrawal, to find a new perspective, and return with a new focus; prepared to continue protecting creation.
There will be time for worship, prayer led by a Mi'kmaq Water Protector, smudging, fellowship, silent reflection, activities and music. Please feel free to bring along musical instruments.
What is included: The spiritual retreat includes 2 nights accommodation based on double occupancy (option to request a single room for a fee), all meals and coffee/tea breaks, activities.
Cost: There is a $50 non refundable deposit due at time of registration. The retreat is made possible by a grant from the Anglican Diocese of NS and PEI, and the Environmental Working Group of the Maritime Conference, United Church. We welcome donations as well to support the attendance of additional participants and a limited number of bursaries for the deposit for those in financial need. Donations can be made on line during registration.
There are a limited number of single rooms available for a $50 fee for the weekend (this is in addition to the deposit).
Payment: Payment for online registration is by credit card only -- Visa or Master Card. Anyone needing to pay by cash or cheque may contact Jan Connors in the Synod Office; 902 420 0717; [email protected].
A limited number of bursaries may be available for those in finanical need. Requests should be directed to Suzanne at [email protected]
Tatamagouche Centre: The Centre is a 10 minute walk from the town and is surrounded by nature. It is located on the water, includes a healing garden, a labyrinth, walking trails and more. The Center is wheel chair accessible and Eco friendly. For more information please their website at https://www.tatacentre.ca/index.php/home.