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Week of May 1, 2017
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In quietness and trust there is strength

For thus said the Lord  God , the Holy One of Israel:
In  returning and rest  you shall be saved;
in quietness and in trust shall be your strength. 
Isaiah 30.15

This scripture passage came to mind while reflecting on the weeks that have passed and the weeks that are before us. Perennial plants are emerging in full flower and leaf, and several of the groups and individuals we have received and will receive as guests are folks who have been to TSC multiple times.  We are grateful that individuals seem to find this a place to which they wish to return and rest; a place where quietness can restore one's strength. 
Whether you come to practice yoga with a weekend group, engage conversation with colleagues in an off-site meeting, or come alone to change the rhythm of your life, we are grateful that we can be a place where you find rest and renewal.

It takes a dedicated staff to keep our ministry of hospitality true to its goals. Dennis Kemper, our Facilities Manager,  has been entrusted with caring for 
Photo by Faith Lang

the Spirituality Center buildings and grounds since the beginning of TSC. In his quiet way Dennis sees to it that we have running water, heat, air conditioning, and beautiful grounds. He has remodeled, painted, and helped the staff envision a center that exudes comfort and peace. Thank you, Dennis, for helping us to live into our mission as a place of extravagant hospitality.
Living in the Light of Grace with Kathleen Dowling Singh
May 19 - 21 -- still time to register!


The agenda for the retreat with Kathleen Dowling Singh is now available, and there is still room! The retreat runs Friday  evening through Sunday morning, May 19-21, 2017. 

Here is her teaching schedule:

Friday, May 19
6.30-8.30 pm  Teaching/Silent Recollection

Saturday, May 20
9 am-12.30 pm  Second Teaching, Small Group Discussion, Silent Meditation/Journaling
2.00-5.00 pm  Third Teaching, Small Group Discussion
7.00-7.30 pm Guided meditation

Sunday, May 21
9-11.30 am  Fourth Teaching

A full schedule for the weekend can be found here.

The overnight guest rate is $250 for single room and all meals;  Commuter rate is $140.
We still have a spaces available. Don't let the cost be a barrier to your participation.

Contact TSC to make your reservation today at (513) 771-2171 or CTRetreats@gmail.com, or overnight guests can register on line .  

Creation and Climate: Just Living or Living Justly?
Retreat September 29 - October 1, 2017
The Rt. Rev. Katharine Jefferts Schori will lead a retreat September 29-October 1

"Bishop Katharine" had another career before becoming a bishop in The Episcopal Church. She is a scientist, an oceanographer. And as a pilot of her own plane, she experienced nature in ways most of us will not -- from behind the controls of a one engine prop plane.

Please join us for a weekend retreat led by Bishop Katharine that invites us to reflect on justice through the lens of creation and the environment. 

Registration is open for this retreat:
Early Registration discount of $210 for overnight and $110 for commuters. 

After August 1 the price goes to $250 and $150 respectively. 

For overnight registration simply go to our  website and sign up! Commuters can register by calling TSC at 513.771.2171, or email ctretreats@gmail.com.

  This Mandala was created by a guest while on a Reiki retreat here in April.     Photo by Faith Lang

Most spiritual traditions reflect a rhythm of life, an ebb and flow that lead us to the Holy. As your path ebbs and flows, may you find places of rest and renewal. And as you are re-energized for the journey, may you embrace and share the peace and love you discover along the way.
(The Rev.) Anne Reed
Director of Engagement
Transfiguration Spirituality Center
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We continue to offer Thistle Farms merchandise for sale. Hand made by women survivors of trafficking, prostitution and addiction, the sale of these items provides funding to make resources available so more women can find their path to health and wholeness. Thistle Farms was founded by the Rev. Becca Stevens and is in Nashville, TN.