Living with Authenticity, Integrity and Courage

Site: Alton L. Collins Retreat Center

Dates: 3/19/2020 - 3/21/2020

Age Level: Adult

Cost: $775 paid by check or $800 paid by credit card.

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For more information visit Courage: Circle of Trust.

This retreat is grounded in the Circles of Trust® approach as described in Parker Palmer’s book, A Hidden Wholeness. This is intended for anyone who wants to live and work more wholeheartedly connecting who you are with what you do.
Since 1997 the Center for Courage & Renewal has created a unique retreat-based approach to sustaining and renewing personal identity, professional integrity, and vocational vitality for people in all walks of life.

This retreat is for teachers, principals and higher education professionals; clergy and lay leaders and others serving spiritual communities; members of the health and healing professions; non-profit and other community leaders, persons working in business and the arts and anyone who desires to sustain their “courage to serve.”  We especially invite people who have attended retreats in the past to come and bring a friend.  This is a wonderful opportunity to share Courage work with friends and colleagues and reconnect with the Courage community.
This is a weekend retreat, held at the Alton L. Collins Retreat Center, 32867 SE Highway 211, Eagle Creek, Oregon.

When: Thursday, March 19, 2020 at 5:00pm -  Saturday, March 21, 2020 at 1:00pm.

Your Retreat includes:
• Two nights lodging (double occupancy) and six meals
• Three trained facilitators (Caryl and Jeff Creswell and Karen Noordhoff) with more than 35 years of local and national experience, prepared by the Center for Courage & Renewal
• All materials and handouts

$775 paid by check or $800 paid by credit card. Single occupancy  may be available for a surcharge of $75. Early bird registration discounted to $750 by check or $775 by credit card if paid by January 18, 2019.


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