(Thursday 9:00 – 4:00)
A quiet day of prayer and reflection examining how the faithful are
being inspired to claim the call to lead lives of witness. Reflecting on the writings of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., Nelson Mandela, and Thomas Merton, participants will examine how these contemporary prophets have re-framed God’s call to us. Reading selective passages, engaging in guided meditation and personal, reflective journaling, the day will allow those in attendance to consider each one’s journey toward a deeper ownership of how to choose and live a life of presence and testimony.
Nokomis Wood, SCHC, is a retired educator and an organizational development specialist. Educated at Howard University and Tulane University, she has a Bachelor’s degree in Zoology and a Master’s degree in Developmental Psychology. She is an active Episcopal laywoman and has held leadership positions on the parish, diocesan and national church level. Since retiring three years ago, she presently consults with schools and other non-profits helping to facilitate institutional change and long range planning.
Program fee $75 (includes lunch)
Program check-in 8:30am Thursday