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Retreat_Vocational Discernment

Introduction: July 11, 7-8pm eastern

Online Retreat: July 27 and 28, 7-9pm ET

IN AN ERA LABELLED THE GREAT REALIGNMENT, people are wondering what they are called to do and who they are called to be. How can Quaker discernment help Quakers and non-Quakers alike to answer these questions?

On July 11th at 7-8 PM Eastern, Jen Higgins-Newman and Greg Woods will talk about the inspiration for their vocational discernment curriculum and the genesis and Quaker ethos behind the formation of their workshop.

Then over two nights, on Wednesday, July 27 and Thursday July 28 from 7-9 PM Eastern, Jen and Greg will lead their four-hour workshop. We highly encourage participants to commit to both sessions! (If you can only attend one night, please come to Monday. The second night will not make sense to participants who haven't been to the first session.)

This workshop is for anyone thinking about a transition, college seniors/recent graduates, people feeling a calling to do something new, people in the midst of a transition and want to find helpful tools, anyone interested in offering this program at their meeting.

Here is more information about the vocational discernment workshop: Vocational Discernment Curriculum - Beacon Hill Friends House (bhfh.org) Their work is part of Beacon Hill Friends Center, a Quaker center based in Boston, MA, where Jen serves as the Program Director.
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