Finding Sanctuary in Your
Life and in Your World:
a weekend retreat with Terry Hershey
Sept. 26 - 28, 2014 Friday 7 p.m. to Sunday 1 p.m.
Meals provided Saturday and Sunday
We live in a world that
urges us to admire and pursue whatever is faster, newer, bigger. But here’s the
deal: a life based on urgency, speed and productivity demands a high price.
Have you ever felt overwhelmed, only to add one more thing to your to-do list?
Have you ever wished for an extra day in your week, or an extra hour in your
Have you ever been in a conversation, and realized you weren’t even there?
Have you been pulled in so many directions that you don’t feel at home in your
If so, it’s time to learn to pause. Join Terry for the permission to become
more by doing less. This is not about time management. It’s about letting our
souls catch up with our bodies. Practical and humorous, Terry will teach us
• how to wear an “I’m Closed” sign,
• how to Lose What We Don’t Need,
• how to Make Space to Hear the Heart,
• how to find Miracles in the Mundane,
• and how to Celebrate a bawdy, unkempt spirit and an untidy, misunderstood God
who fills us with Grace and Transformation.
Cost: $195 for Two-Night Stay including meals on Saturday and Sunday
$95 for Commuters
Terry Hershey has served as a Protestant minister, and is
now a writer and garden designer on Vashon Island, near Seattle, Washington.He
speaks throughout the US on relationships and spirituality and gardening. The
Power of Pause (Loyola Press) is his tenth book.