Holy Ground: Encountering Jesus in Sacred Geography
The 2017 Province VI ECW retreat will explore themes through scripture, prayer, creativity, and story-sharing. Set within the sacred geography of western Nebraska’s big skies and vistas, we’ll reflect on what it means to follow Jesus in the center of America:
• What does it mean to be “grounded” in faith?
• How does our sense of place influence our experience of God?
• What is unique about being the Body of Christ in Province VI— it’s rolling hills, sweeping plains, small communities, and towering mountains?
August 18-19, 2017
Grace Episcopal Church Chadron, NE
Friday: Registration & Social Hour 4-6 p.m. through Saturday: Closing Eucharist 3-4 p.m.
The Reverend Canon Liz Easton
The Reverend Canon Liz Easton is the Canon to the Ordinary in the Diocese of Nebraska. Originally from the Pacific Northwest, her travels throughout Nebraska have inspired in her a real love for small places and big landscapes. She believes that the dioceses in our province have something unique to tell the larger Church about what it means to follow Jesus at this particular moment in time. Canon Easton enjoys writing, reading, and traveling. Her podcast, “Popping Collars,” explores the intersection of religion and popular culture.
Cost of Retreat
$70.00 – Retreat Only (includes 3 meals, bag, and book Dakota by Kathleen Norris) $120.00 – Retreat plus 2 nights lodging at Camp Norwesca