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Week of November 6, 2017
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A Season of Thanks and Remembrance

In this season of shortening daylight and cooler temperatures, we find ourselves seeking ways to warm our bodies and souls. Soup pots become more prevalent on stoves, and fireplaces are lit to bring a sense of coziness to these longer nights. Many have offered prayers for their deceased loved ones on "Dia de los Muertos," and many will gather around a table later this month to celebrate the Thanksgiving holiday.
Here at TSC we continue to welcome all sorts of folks into our midst; from women clergy who have come for a week to 'Rest and Rekindle,' to weavers and others engaged in creative pursuits. Regardless of the reason, we hope that those who come onto our campus will be able to find a little space in their hearts to remember those who have supported them on their journey, and give thanks for the blessings they have received.

Thanks for our blessings
Many who have visited TSC have remarked on the fine quality of our kitchen staff. We are happy to welcome a new member into our midst, Cecil Williams. Cecil comes to us as an experienced cook, and has 'wowed' our guests with his cooking prowess. He has already provided wonderful new additions to our dishes.
Additional use of the facility has taxed our hard-working housekeeping team,  so our housekeeping staff has been expanded to include  Codi Jackson . Codi is the mother of a beautiful 2 year old little girl, and looks forward to a better family - work balance in her life.
When you see Cecil and Codi, we hope you will make yourself known to them.

         Codi Jackson                     Cecil Williams
                 Photo by Faith Lang                                            Photo by Faith Lang


Join us for a self directed quiet day from 9.30 am to 3.30 pm on Wednesday, December 13. A flyer for the event  is available here .  Cost is $25 per person, including lunch and a room to call your own for the day.

On-line registration is available here, or email ctretreats@gmail.com, or call 513.771.2171.
The Holy Spirit

Martin L. Smith is well known throughout the Episcopal Church and beyond as a writer, spiritual director, retreat leader, and teacher exploring contemporary spirituality. His books have reached a wide readership in North America and Great Britain.

Come join us for what will be a spirit-filled weekend!
Registration is available on line

       Artwork created at Print It, Make It, Love It weekend 
November 2017 

It's easy in this busy season to forget to pause and give thanks for the blessings we have received and the places wherein hope abounds. May you find a quiet place in your soul this month to remember and give thanks.

(The Rev.) Anne Reed
Director of Engagement
Transfiguration Spirituality Center
A Place Of Outrageous Hope and Extravagant Hospitality
Thistle Farms -- Stocking Stuffer sizes!
Heal. Empower. Employ.
Thistle Farms is a Nashville-based, globally minded social enterprise led by women survivors of trafficking, prostitution, and addiction. Every purchase of handcrafted, natural body & home products directly benefits women who make them.

Please visit our 'boutique' in the vestibule by the upper St. Mary's door.