Dates: Friday, February 14 - Monday, February 17
Cost: $150.00 for retreat (incl. all meals and accommodation) + $15.00 for bus transport
(Bursaries available. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org)
Who: youth aged 13-25
Register: click here
The primary purpose of this weekend is to be a retreat: we want to give youth ages 13-18 the chance to take a breath in amongst the beauty of Sorrento Centre in the winter. We’ll also be taking time to gather as a community for inspiring worship, some great games and meals together. You’ll hear from wonderful speakers, including our theme speaker (see below for more information on our theme for the weekend). Winter Retreat is being organized by the Diocesan Youth Movement in the Diocese of New Westminster with the support of the British Columbia and Yukon Anglican Youth Movement, and alongside Sorrento Centre.
Know Thyself: Growing Up and Learning Yourself in Faith
Learning ourselves is essential to living out our baptismal calling. This retreat is focused on who we are becoming as we grow, how to integrate faith in the process of learning ourselves, and what it means to be in our bodies and in the body of Christ. At this retreat, we will come together and find ways to bring our whole selves into our relationship with God, scripture, and each other.
Speaker: Jessi Taylor, PhD, She/Her: Jessi Taylor is an experienced educator, activist and facilitator. With her background in theology and ethics, she cares about connecting theology with our real lives and needs and thinking critically about the messages we receive about who we are in and out of church. She believes that being able to connect all this to social justice is important to having a meaningful relationship to faith and church. She is an activist for human rights, sexual health and reproductive justice.
Mon to Fri 9AM - 4PM
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