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Nurturing Faithfulness Program Returns in 2019
Nurturing Faithfulness is a program for individuals who have a spiritual nudge to orient one's heart towards the Divine, be more faithful in discerning gifts and leadings, and nurture one's home spiritual community. Perhaps you know someone who participated in the first iteration of this program, called Nurturing Worship, Faith, and Faithfulness. Good news is: we're offering this program again! Take a look at the website for more information or keep reading.
Nurturing Faithfulness is a 9-month program consisting of three residencies at Woolman Hill (August 2019, December 2019, and May 2020), monthly webinars (that are actually connective and grounding), readings, and small-group opportunities for deepening relationships through local care committees and Faithfulness Groups.
Are some of these ideas and terms new to you? Still not sure what Nurturing Faithfulness is all about? Join the informational webinar on January 22nd, 7:30 p.m., through this Zoom link.
Co-teachers for Nurturing Faithfulness are Hilary Burgin (Beacon Hill Friends Meeting, NEYM) and Marcelle Martin (Swarthmore Monthly Meeting, PhYM). This program is co-sponsored by Woolman Hill and New England Yearly Meeting. For more information take a look at our video or the Woolman Hill website.
Applications are due in Spring 2019, so we encourage you to start considering if this program might be right for you. If you RSVP to Marcelle Martin or Hilary Burgin, we will also send you a reminder about the informational webinar and the application.
Early application deadline, with priority for NEYM Friends: April 1, 2019
Final application deadline: July 22, 2019.