October 27-29, 2023
Faith isn’t static. Our understanding of God, and how God is at work in our lives and the world – changes. Our questions are likely bigger than when we first came to believe, but no matter what questions arise there is something unshakeable about Jesus. So what does it mean to grow in God throughout our entire lives? Amidst all the questions, the messiness of life that can overwhelm us, and the mystery of joy that surprises us? Join us as we deepen in this wonder together, have intergenerational conversation about faith, and hold space for one another on the journey.
We will hold space for one another, so we can talk honestly about where we are on the journey of faith – what has shaped us, and what is piquing our spiritual curiosity today. We will explore the scriptures together, explore our own stories, and wonder about God’s action in today’s world. Through art, play, and rest, we will reflect together on what it means to do this in community.
We won’t have speakers, but will engage in communal activities – you’ll be invited to share in conversation as much or as little as you want. It will be space for us to learn together what it means to do faith across generations. Our hope is that the offerings of this weekend can help shape your intentions back home in cultivating community spaces for faith conversation.
We hope you’ll join us!
- Onsite per person cost is $200 for lodging (shared room, shared bath), meals, and program
- Onsite per person cost is $250 for lodging (private room, private or semi-private bath), meals, and program
- Onsite per couple in the campground cost is $290 for meals and program
- Onsite per single in the campground cost is $170 for meals and program
- Offsite per person cost is $120 for meals and program
- Scholarships available, $75 deposit at registration required
Weekend Details: Check-in from 4:30-6:30pm, hors d’oeuvres at 5:30, dinner at 6:30pm Friday. Sunday we’ll close with lunch at 11:30, checkout by 2pm.
Register by October 23rd to save your spot!
Leaders for the weekend:
Rev. Becca Niemeyer is our Associate Program Director and a Presbyterian Pastor, and holds various other titles but in all those spaces she is a dedicated question asker. She loves exploring the why’s and how’s of life, especially in the realm of spirituality and faith.
Susan Waltar is an educator, woman of faith, and has been deeply involved in the mission of Ingalls Creek. She is devoted to helping individuals integrate their faith into the works of their hands.
Featured Saturday Workshop with Jill Gentry – Practicing Embodied Spirituality: Experiencing God in the Fullness of Who We Are
Jill is a Food, Mind & Body Coach. Her passion in life is to journey with men and women, offering simple practical tools to interrupt conditioning cycles, bringing you to your most authentic self. Find out more at her website jillgentrylifecoaching.com
Have any more questions?
Email Becca at firstname.lastname@example.org