Nature & Spirit hikes are new monthly opportunities for Friends of Marianist Environmental Education Center donors and volunteers to spend time with each other in the Mount St. John nature preserve with staff to build awareness of seasonal changes that inform our spiritual journey. We will heighten our observation skills, using all our senses to learn about – and from – the species in our larger Earth community and their Creator. We will learn and practice prayer and reflection techniques to nurture ourselves as stewards, peacemakers, and justice seekers.
We’ll gather in Lot C at Mount Saint John at 12:45 on the fourth Friday of each month unless otherwise noted on our website. Hikes will last 60-90 minutes. No registration is required, but we do ask you let us know you plan to attend by emailing info@meec.center by Wednesday prior.
Nature & Spirit hikes are new monthly opportunities for Friends of Marianist Environmental Education Center donors and volunteers to spend time with each other in the Mount St. John nature preserve with staff to build awareness of seasonal changes that inform our spiritual journey. We will heighten our observation skills, using all our senses to learn about – and from – the species in our larger Earth community and their Creator. We will learn and practice prayer and reflection techniques to nurture ourselves as stewards, peacemakers, and justice seekers.
We’ll gather in Lot C at Mount Saint John at 12:45 on the fourth Friday of each month unless otherwise noted on our website. Hikes will last 60-90 minutes. No registration is required, but we do ask you let us know you plan to attend by emailing info@meec.center by Wednesday prior.
Nature & Spirit hikes are new monthly opportunities for Friends of Marianist Environmental Education Center donors and volunteers to spend time with each other in the Mount St. John nature preserve with staff to build awareness of seasonal changes that inform our spiritual journey. We will heighten our observation skills, using all our senses to learn about – and from – the species in our larger Earth community and their Creator. We will learn and practice prayer and reflection techniques to nurture ourselves as stewards, peacemakers, and justice seekers.
We’ll gather in Lot C at Mount Saint John at 12:45 on the fourth Friday of each month unless otherwise noted on our website. Hikes will last 60-90 minutes. No registration is required, but we do ask you let us know you plan to attend by emailing info@meec.center by Wednesday prior.
Nature & Spirit hikes are new monthly opportunities for Friends of Marianist Environmental Education Center donors and volunteers to spend time with each other in the Mount St. John nature preserve with staff to build awareness of seasonal changes that inform our spiritual journey. We will heighten our observation skills, using all our senses to learn about – and from – the species in our larger Earth community and their Creator. We will learn and practice prayer and reflection techniques to nurture ourselves as stewards, peacemakers, and justice seekers.
We’ll gather in Lot C at Mount Saint John at 12:45 on the fourth Friday of each month unless otherwise noted on our website. Hikes will last 60-90 minutes. No registration is required, but we do ask you let us know you plan to attend by emailing info@meec.center by Wednesday prior.
Nature & Spirit hikes are new monthly opportunities for Friends of Marianist Environmental Education Center donors and volunteers to spend time with each other in the Mount St. John nature preserve with staff to build awareness of seasonal changes that inform our spiritual journey. We will heighten our observation skills, using all our senses to learn about – and from – the species in our larger Earth community and their Creator. We will learn and practice prayer and reflection techniques to nurture ourselves as stewards, peacemakers, and justice seekers.
We’ll gather in Lot C at Mount Saint John at 12:45 on the fourth Friday of each month unless otherwise noted on our website. Hikes will last 60-90 minutes. No registration is required, but we do ask you let us know you plan to attend by emailing info@meec.center by Wednesday prior.
Nature & Spirit hikes are new monthly opportunities for Friends of Marianist Environmental Education Center donors and volunteers to spend time with each other in the Mount St. John nature preserve with staff to build awareness of seasonal changes that inform our spiritual journey. We will heighten our observation skills, using all our senses to learn about – and from – the species in our larger Earth community and their Creator. We will learn and practice prayer and reflection techniques to nurture ourselves as stewards, peacemakers, and justice seekers.
We’ll gather in Lot C at Mount Saint John at 12:45 on the fourth Friday of each month unless otherwise noted on our website. Hikes will last 60-90 minutes. No registration is required, but we do ask you let us know you plan to attend by emailing info@meec.center by Wednesday prior.
Nature & Spirit hikes are new monthly opportunities for Friends of Marianist Environmental Education Center donors and volunteers to spend time with each other in the Mount St. John nature preserve with staff to build awareness of seasonal changes that inform our spiritual journey. We will heighten our observation skills, using all our senses to learn about – and from – the species in our larger Earth community and their Creator. We will learn and practice prayer and reflection techniques to nurture ourselves as stewards, peacemakers, and justice seekers.
We’ll gather in Lot C at Mount Saint John at 12:45 on the fourth Friday of each month unless otherwise noted on our website. Hikes will last 60-90 minutes. No registration is required, but we do ask you let us know you plan to attend by emailing info@meec.center by Wednesday prior.
Six Saturdays: March 26, April 2, 9, 16, 23 & 30
10:00 am – 12:30 pm ET via Zoom
Tuition: $190 – Scholarships are available!
Open to Women / Facilitated by Kelly Richey
This six-week virtual class invites you on a journey to a greater sense of purpose and self-worth. Using WWf(a)C practices, we will focus on writing both during and outside of class as a means of discovery and affirmation of who we, as individuals truly are.
Week 1: Learning to Love Ourselves
Week 2: Self Care – Is an Act of Love
Week 3: What do our Stories Have to Say?
Week 4: Our Gifts are Sacred Treasures
Week 5: Living into our Dreams
Week 6: I Carry My Light into the World
Questions? Not sure if this class is right for you? We’ve got a FREE Virtual Sampler on Saturday, March 19th, 10:30 am – Noon ET, via Zoom.