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“...Christ plays in ten thousand places, Lovely in limbs, and lovely in eyes not his
To the Father through the features of men's faces.”
These words from the closing of Gerard Manley Hopkin’s untitled sonnet, form a framework for an Advent Quiet Day reflection on Being, Doing, Incarnation and Divinization. Join with Naomi in a day-long meditation on one of Hopkin’s most beloved poems. As we prepare for the darkening days of Advent and the remembrance of the incarnate birth of the son of God, we take a few hours to remember that we participate in this great movement of God earthward by approaching the fullness of “our life ... hidden in Christ with God” (Colossians 3:3).
A silent retreat for women at the Hermitage will be hosted by the Sanctuary at Bear Creek on 14-16 October 2022 . There are a few openings still available! Please use the link below to see if this opportunity is for you. Women's' Retreat Offering
Come Celebrate Transitions and Transformations This year's Feast of the Transition will focus on celebrating the work of Kevin and June these past four years, the arrival of the Bierma family assuming leadership for the Hermitage, the work of the Wengers on the new staff residence, and the work of staff and volunteer Ursula and