Navigating Our Way Through the Covid-19 Pandemic: Waves, Currents and Troughs of Light and Darkness

Navigating Our Way Through the Covid-19 Pandemic: Waves, Currents and Troughs of Light and Darkness

Janet Files and Sara Sanders
  • Location: Zoom
  • Starts: October 8, 2020 1:00 pm
  • Ends: October 29, 2020 2:30 pm
photo of janet and sara together

Details & Online Registration

Program information

In our time together, we’ll use writing and the imaginative arts as a tool for exploring our experience of the Covid-19 Pandemic. We invite you to come with a sense of “beginner’s mind” to this retreat:  whether you are a novice, “dormant,” or experienced writer, you already have all you need to fully participate. You will be spending this time in a combination of individual reflection, writing, creating reflective visuals and sharing in small and large groups. 

As in all of our retreats, we hope you will emerge with “more energy, more openness, with grace, with ‘soft eyes,’ with increased clearness that allows your heart and others’ hearts to break open into greater capacity and healing and wholeness.”  

The dates for the retreat are:

  • Thursday, October 8th, 1-4 p.m. EDT: Navigating Our Way Through the Pandemic, Part 1  
  • Thursday, October 22nd, 1-4 p.m. EDT: Navigating Our Way Through the Pandemic, Part 2
  • Thursday, October 29th, 1-2:30 EDT: Checking in on Creative Commitments

For more information, click here.

Retreat Facilitators:  Janet and Sara have enjoyed collaborating for 30 years. National Circle of Trust® facilitators and Kirkridge Courage Faculty, they create retreats that combine writing  and the imaginative arts with Parker Palmer’s Circle of Trust principles for a variety of audiences including teachers and college students, hospice and palliative care practitioners, spiritual communities and any who wish to explore the intersection of their inner and outer lives, and who enjoy making creative use of stories, images and metaphors to reflect and make meaning.

To register, please email Sally Z. Hare, couragetoteach@sc.rr.com, with your snail mail and email for the roster – and your intention to attend all sessions.

There is no cost to participants for this program and contributions to Kirkridge are welcome to support continued programming and the mission of Kirkridge. To read more about our commitment to generosity, click here. 

Registration will remain open until October 8 – unless all spaces are filled before that date.