St. Francis
Retreat Center
Contemplative Connect
"The spiritual life does not remove us from the world
but leads us deeper into it." Henri J.M. Nouwen
Online Retreat
Suggested donation is listed on retreat description;
Don't let financial hardship keep you from participating.
If you need a partial or full scholarship,
please email mepkinguestmaster@gmail.com to register.
Seeing Things Whole
with Julian of Norwich
Online Retreat
with Marjory Zoet Bankson
September 22-24, 2020
10 am-noon Eastern Time
10:00
Suggested donation $60

Julian of Norwich (1342-1416)
created the first known literature in English
written by a woman: Revelations of Divine Love -
her evocative reflections on God, love, sin, and suffering.
The cat is a clue to her life.

Marjory Zoet Bankson is an author, working potter, and seasoned spiritual guide from the Church of the Saviour (CoS) community in Washington, DC. Her books, Call to the Soul and Creative Aging present a spiral template for discerning call at every stage of life. Marjory chairs the CoS Council, publishes their quarterly newsletter, Callings, and curates the CoS website inwardoutward.org. 
Her sermons are available at seekerschurch.org.

Marjory was President of Faith At Work, a nation-wide relational ministry, from 1985 to 2001, and she continued as editor/publisher of Faith@Work magazine until 2008. Now she writes, speaks, and facilitates group discernment events around issues of call and transition.