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Participants: Laity, deacons, priests and bishops are welcome. This is for a group of 3 - 5 participants. If less than three register we'll cancel.

Register no later than 8/5/19. If more than five register we'll keep a wait-list and contact you if someone drops out. If the registrations exceed 8 we'll consider offering the program a second time.

Date: Wednesday August 14, 2019  The Feast of Blessed Jonathan Daniels, Martyr 

Times: 9:30 am – 12:30 pm   Please be on time. You'll need time to find a parking space.

The Program: A time to explore the spirituality of Jonathan Daniels. We'll give special attention to his relationship with the Blessed Virgin Mary (Feast Day August 15). How can his spirituality inform our own and connect us to God's justice in ways appropriate to our own vocation and gifts?

Elements of the Program:

  1. Morning Prayer
  2. A way of thinking about it – a model, theory
  3. Experiential learning – reflection and learning from your experience
  4. A spiritual practice or two to use
  5. How you see yourself making use of what you’ve learned
  6. A short time on how this applies to a parish church
  7. A booklet, book, or packet to take away

 Send an email to Robert Gallagher, OA with your name, email address, phone number, and a bit about yourself. You must register by August 5, 2019.

Materials fee: $15.00 is due at the beginning of the workshop. This goes toward the cost of materials used in the program. You can give us a check made out to the “Order of the Ascension” or cash (we’ll give you a receipt and send it onto the Order).

Location: 220 W. Olympic Place, Apt 202, Seattle, WA 98119. This is Fr. Robert’s home. 

Coffee & Tea: Tea and instant Starbucks coffee will be available. If you want “real” coffee, Café Ladro is located at the corner of N. Queen Anne and Roy St., a few blocks from our location.

Coaches: Michelle Heyne, OA, Presiding Sister of the Order; Robert Gallagher, OA.  For more on the leaders

The Order of the Ascension: A dispersed Benedictine community of the Episcopal Church, founded in 1983.